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Performer: Renata Pokupić

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SavonlinnaGiulio Cesare

Savonlinna Opera Festival
Handel: Giulio Cesare in Egitto, (Julius Caesar in Egypt) HWV 17
Ville Matvejeff; Marin Blažević; Croatian National Theatre Ivan pl. Zajc; Dalibor Laginja; Sandra Dekanić; Anamarija Knego; Dubravka Šeparović Mušović
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Messiah © Monika Kolstad
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Agrippina © Annemarie Augustijns
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Classical Opera explore Mozart's music for castrati

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Così fan tutte – e sempre!

I hear that both you and your friend are getting married to wealthy and pretty ladies from Washington DC?My heartiest congratulations, gentlemen! As my early wedding gift, allow me to offer you some marriage wisdom: when your beloved betray you, remember to forgive them and keep living happily ever after.Don’t believe in betrayal? Well, then, allow me to prove my point.
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