Thursday February 20, 2020

Classical notes

The Don brings his dark arts to lovely Lismore

11th June, 2011

On a blistering bank holiday weekend, we reached the picturesque hilltop town of Lismore in Co Waterford through cool tunnels of greenery.

Our destination was the town’s spectacular castle overlooking the Blackwater, where the most notorious serial seducer in operatic history was about to practise his dark arts.

The arrival of Mozart’s Don Giovanni in Lismore Castle attracted opera fans from home and abroad, boosted by terrific reviews that Lismore Opera Festival received...

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