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Performer: Gianluca Marcianò

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Don Carlo at Grange Park Opera: gripping and powerfully sung

Verdi's most political of operas brilliantly highlights the juxtaposition of personal desires and political imperatives
****1
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Country-house Ball: Verdi at Grange Park Opera

Grange Park Opera’s enjoyable new production of Verdi’s Un ballo in maschera looks a little homespun on stage, but has plenty of musical compensations.
***11
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Grange Park Opera's inaugural Tosca

Woefully stiff acting lets down an otherwise excellent production; Joseph Calleja impresses in his role début as Cavaradossi.
***11
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The Inquisition's dark days: Don Carlo at Grange Park

Strong vocal and orchestral performances and a tour-de-force staging of Act II light up Grange Park's production of Verdi's political thriller of the dark days of the Spanish inquisition.
****1
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Verismo before its time: Eugene Onegin

Stephen Medcalf's meticulous staging of Tchaikovsky's bitter masterpiece is lit up by Jung Soo Yun's Lensky, giving a direct injection of emotions: verismo before its time.
****1
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Israelites vs Philistines: Samson et Dalila at Grange Park

Grange Park’s Samson et Dalila doesn’t hit the bull’s eye, but it’s well worth the visit for a decent all-round staging of an unfamiliar work, an excellent rendering of its sumptuous score and for a thrilling piece of singing by Carl Tanner.
***11
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