Classical Notes: Super-soprano Meade returns to scene of her triumph
The celebrated US singer will perform at the National Opera House in Wexford on October 27
An exhilarating piece of news from Wexford as it nears its 70th anniversary – though in restricted circumstances – is the announcement of a gala performance featuring the internationally renowned American soprano Angela Meade on Wednesday, October 27.
Meade is one of the great stars who emerged in the last decade after making her high-voltage European debut in the title role of Mercadante’s Virginia, a rambling thriller at Wexford in 2010.
Though she was already...
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