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Intérprete: Fabio Ceresa

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VeniceDorilla in Tempe

Vivaldi: Dorilla in Tempe, RV709
Diego Fasolis; Fabio Ceresa; Teatro La Fenice; Massimo Checchetto; Giuseppe Palella; Manuela Custer; Lucia Cirillo

WexfordDorilla in Tempe, RV709

Manuela Custer (Dorilla) and José Maria Lo Monaco (Elmiro) © Clive Barda
Vivaldi: Dorilla in Tempe, RV709
Andrea Marchiol; Fabio Ceresa; Wexford Festival Opera; Massimo Checchetto; Giuseppe Palella; Manuela Custer; Marco Bussi
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Florid campery in Vivaldi’s Dorilla in Tempe

Manuela Custer (Dorilla) and José Maria Lo Monaco (Elmiro) © Clive Barda
Fabio Ceresa returns to Wexford Festival Opera in flamboyant style with a production of Vivaldi's pasticcio

Un ballo glitters but doesn’t ignite in Budapest

Eszter Sümegi (Amelia), Attila Fekete (Gustavo) and Alexandru Agache (Renato) © Valter Berecz
The acting was patchy and the singing ranged from serviceable to laudable in this dazzling new production at the Budapest Spring Festival.

Orlando furioso as Baroque extravaganza in Venice

Sonia Prina (Orlando) © Festival della Valle d’Itria di Martina Franca
Ceresa’s flamboyant production from the Festival della Valle d’Itria is revived in Venice with a strong cast under the baton of Diego Fasolis.

A fabulous, truly Baroque Orlando furioso

Sonia Prina (Orlando) © Paolo Conserva
This production of Antonio Vivaldi’s Orlando furioso showed the audience what a Baroque opera is.

Exhilarating Maria de Rudenz at Wexford Festival Opera

A tour de force performance of Donizetti's infrequently heard Maria de Rudenz at Wexford Festival Opera. Gilda Fiume shines brightly as the eponymous heroine amidst a stellar cast. A must see. 

Ivory Gothic madness: a visceral Guglielmo Ratcliff

Opportunities to see Mascagni's Guglielmo Ratcliff come few and far between, mainly because the title role is an absolute killer for any tenor mad enough to attempt it. Step forward, Angelo Villari...