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Performer: Wexford Festival Opera

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WexfordLa tempestaNew production

Halévy: La tempesta
Francesco Cilluffo; Roberto Catalano; Wexford Festival Opera; Emanuele Sinisi; Ilaria Ariemme; D.M. Wood; Orchestra of Wexford Festival Opera

WexfordLalla-RoukhNew production

David: Lalla-Roukh
David Angus; Orpha Phelan; Wexford Festival Opera; Madeleine Boyd; D.M. Wood; Orchestra of Wexford Festival Opera

WexfordArmidaNew production

Dvořák: Armida
Norbert Baxa; Dmitry Bertman; Wexford Festival Opera; Hartmut Schörghofer; D.M. Wood; Orchestra of Wexford Festival Opera
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Rossinian Bake-Off: a delicious double bill at Wexford

Rosetta Cucchi, who takes over as Artistic Director at Wexford Festival Opera next season, directs a Rossinian rarity and its newly commissioned "prequel". 
****1
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Florid campery in Vivaldi’s Dorilla in Tempe

Fabio Ceresa returns to Wexford Festival Opera in flamboyant style with a production of Vivaldi's pasticcio
***11
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Man of La Mancha: Don Quichotte at Wexford

A terrific opening to the 68th festival with Aigul Akhmetshina's sultry Dulcinée the standout in a great cast. 
****1
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Wexford revives Mercadante's Il bravo

Mercadante's score proves to be something of a missing link between bel canto and early Verdi. 
****1
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Bolcom's Dinner at Eight served up at Wexford

Dinner at Eight, William Bolcom and librettist Mark Campbell's 2017 opera, had its European première at Wexford Festival Opera on Saturday under conductor David Agler. The opera is based on the 1932 play by George S Kaufman and Edna Ferber, in turn adapted into a movie by George Cukor (1933).
***11
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Bloody and marvellous Wexford double bill by Leoni and Giordano

A terrifically strong cast gives a fine rendition of two lesser heard operas: Giordano's Mala vita Leoni's L'oracolo.
****1
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