Tuesday July 14, 2020

Classical notes: Venerable Vivaldi makes his Irish opera debut after 300 years

29th September, 2019
Katie Bray and Sinéad O’Kelly will appear in Griselda Pic: Pat Redmond

Irish National Opera continues its relentless early season gallop with a performance of Antonio Vivaldi’s work Griselda on a seven-venue nationwide tour. This will be the second production INO has clocked up since early September, and with a lavish version of Rossini’s La Cenerentola due in mid-November there is reason to believe that the company is currently on full throttle.

So, dear reader, does a Vivaldi opera sound like something new...

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