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London prize sees Wexford get off to a winning start

14th May, 2017

The 2016 Wexford Festival Opera production of Maria Rudenz

Wexford Festival Opera has reason to be jubilant once again, after winning the coveted Best Festival category at the International Opera Awards in London last week.

This is the third major award it has scooped in recent years. The International Opera Awards, spread over 21 categories, are regarded as the Oscars of the opera world and the international gala event took place at the London Coliseum.

The best singers awards went to Russian soprano Anna Netrebko...

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