Monday November 23, 2020

A spring in the step of Wexford Festival Opera

A separate annual opera festival is in the offing

6th November, 2016
Maria de Rudenz at the Wexford Festival Opera Pic: Clive Barda

Wexford Festival Opera invariably sends you home with plenty to think about. Two years ago, it was that its opera house had been awarded national status – last year, it declared that the festival was to return in 2017 to its former glory days of 14 performances; and this year came word that a separate annual opera festival was in the offing.

Artistic director David Agler delivered the news in his usual casual manner, as if the...

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