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Performer: Carmela Remigio

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BarcelonaLa clemenza di Tito

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Mozart: La clemenza di Tito
Philippe Auguin; Sir David McVicar; Gran Teatre del Liceu; Bettina Neuhaus; Jenny Tiramani; Paolo Fanale; Dovlet Nurgeldiyev

FlorenceRinaldo

Handel: Rinaldo
Federico Maria Sardelli; Pier Luigi Pizzi; Maggio Musicale Fiorentino; Carmela Remigio; Orchestra del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino

VeniceFaust

Gounod: Faust
Frédéric Chaslin; Joan Anton Rechi; Teatro La Fenice; Antonio Poli; Carmela Remigio; Alex Esposito; Armando Noguera

VeniceRinaldo

Handel: Rinaldo
Andrea Marcon; Pier Luigi Pizzi; Teatro La Fenice; Teresa Iervolino; Leonardo Cortellazzi
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Martina Franca showcases Manfroce with Ecuba

Carmela Remigio (Hecuba) © Clarissa Lapolla
Carmela Remigio excels as the Trojan Queen; Sesto Quatrini conducts a superb account of the music of a Calabrian composer who died far too young.
***11
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A great cast for Anna Bolena in Rome

Maria Agresta (Anna Bolena) © Yasuko Kageyama | Opera di Roma

Riccardo Frizza conducts a complete version of Donizetti’s masterpiece, with the debuts of Maria Agresta in the title role, Carmela Remigio as Giovanna Seymour and René Barbera as Percy. 

****1
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The first, forgotten Tudor Queen: Il castello di Kenilworth in Bergamo

Jessica Pratt (Elisabetta) © Gianfranco Rota
The Donizetti Opera Festival presents a rarity with a good cast of bel canto specialists in a somewhat disappointing production.
***11
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Rinaldo given a rock makeover in Martina Franca

Teresa Iervolino (Rinaldo) © Paolo Conserva
Giorgio Sangati's staging idea pits Christians vs Saracens as pop stars against dark metal.
***11
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Opera as circus: a controversial Cav & Pag in Rome

Carmela Remigio (Nedda) and Fabio Sartori (Canio) © Yasuko Kageyama | Teatro dell’Opera di Roma
Pippo Delbono, an advocate of experimental theatre, tests the audience's patience at Opera di Roma, masking some enjoyable musical performances.
**111
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