Wednesday September 23, 2020

Classical Notes

Opera returns to the open

24th July, 2010

Earlier this year, Opera Ireland chief Niall Doyle posed a question regarding the demand for opera in Ireland.

The success of events such as Opera in the Open, staged in the Dublin City Council amphitheatre in Wood Quay, provides an irrefutable answer.

Providing opera free to the public has proved immensely popular, as demonstrated by the growth of this annual series of free concerts, from small attendances to crowds in their thousands.

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