Thursday October 29, 2020

Classical Notes

The end of an opera era

30th October, 2010

While Wexford is drawing the final curtain on this year’s festival tonight, Opera Ireland - the other main pillar in Ireland’s opera structure - is preparing to stage the final event in its 69-year history, with seven nights of Puccini’s Tosca at the Gaiety Theatre, beginning November 11.

Opera Ireland started out in 1941 as the Dublin Grand Opera Society and has been the mainstay of operatic excellence in the...

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