Thursday February 20, 2020

Classical Notes

INO must rise to the challenge in 2011

8th January, 2011

* ‘‘Follow that, Irish National Opera!” That was the cry of a diehard Opera Ireland fan when the curtain dropped on the company’s final production last November.

Puccini’s Tosca was a roaring success, and proved to be a fitting tribute to the company that had been the mainstay of opera in Dublin over the past 70 years.

Why should an opera lover be so peeved then about this new development,...

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