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Performer: Michael Chioldi

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Swamped: Le Cid cast swallowed alive in Boston

Tamara Mancini (Chimène) and Paul Groves (Rodrigue) © Kathy Wittman
Odyssey Opera's concert performance of Le Cid is sadly compromised by the size of the hall. 
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All the fun of the fair: A vibrant, busy La bohème at the Royal Albert Hall

La bohème © Paul Sanders
Francesca Zambello's huge, ambitious production returns once again to the Royal Albert Hall, with lavish costumes, excellent choreography and riotous crowd scenes which will charm children in particular. 
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Lucia in Washington: The House Always Wins

Sarah Coburn as Lucia and Michael Chioldi as Enrico  ©  Scott Suchman
On Thursday night the DC opera fans gathered at the Washington National Opera for the opening night of David Alden’s production of Donizetti’s timeless tale of love and horror, Lucia di Lammermoor. It soon became obvious that the production presented to us was not the most conservative one.
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Getting Out of the Cocoon: Ana Maria Martinez Conquers the WNO

Arancam and Martinez  ©  Scott Suchman for WNO
For over a century, Puccini’s Madama Butterfly has been one of the most famous and widely staged operas in the world. The secret of this undying popularity lies in the complex and contradictive nature of the main heroine. Audiences always look for new vocal and dramatic interpretations of the character and keep their expectations high for the leading soprano.
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