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Salle: Gaiety Theatre, Dublin

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novembre 2022
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DublinWilliam TellNew production

Rossini: Guillaume Tell
Fergus Sheil; Julien Chavaz; Irish National Opera; Jamie Vartan; Severine Besson; Sinéad Wallace; Irish National Opera Orchestra

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Mozart: Così fan tutte
Peter Whelan; Polly Graham; Irish National Opera; Elaine Kelly; Jamie Vartan; Sinead McKenna
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Mixed success for Irish National Opera's Maria Stuarda

Tara Erraught stars as the eponymous heroine with Anna Devin as her nemesis Elizabeth I in Donizetti's Maria Stuarda, but Tom Creed's modern update fails to convince at the Gaiety Theatre, Dublin. 

A resonant Fidelio from Irish National Opera

Under director Annabelle Comyn’s modern setting, we have a moving, convincing Fidelio to resonate with our current age.  

An enjoyable Magic Flute from Irish National Opera

A thoroughly satisfying, entertaining production of Mozart's Die Zauberflöte from Irish National Opera. Anna Devin delivers a delightful Pamina and Nick Pritchard a convincing Tamino. 

Closed doors, but a musically stunning Bluebeard's Castle

Joshua Bloom and Paula Murrihy excel in Irish National Opera's staging of Bartók's opera, although director Enda Walsh takes too many liberties with the libretto. 

Fun and frolics at Irish National Opera's Figaro

A wonderful ful-filled caper by the Irish National Opera of Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro with Erraught as Susanna and Miskelly as Cherubino really impressing. 

Don Giovanni in a new adaptation by Roddy Doyle

Roddy Doyle's new translation is ingenious more often than incongruous; John Molloy's Leporello steals the show in the Opera Theatre's Don Giovanni.

A riveting Rusalka by Lyric Opera in the Gaiety Theatre in Dublin

Tonight was the Dublin première of Dvořák’s opera Rusalka, and the most surprising fact about this is that it took 112 years for this enchanting opera to make its debut here. For, as tonight’s performance so aptly illustrated, Rusalka is a glorious work on so many different levels: it has hauntingly beautiful melodies, daring orchestral harmonies and an enchanting but ultimately tragic love story.