Tuesday November 24, 2020

Delicious arias are a lunchtime treat

It’s not an opera that comes around all that often

19th June, 2016
Mezzo-soprano Norah King

An enthusiastic fan emailed me last week with queries about the performance of Idomeneo at the Kilkenny Arts Festival next August.

It’s not an opera that comes around all that often, so I suggested he should first get a flavour of Mozart’s first opera from rising soprano Rachel Croash, who will be singing one of its main arias for the RTÉ NSO’s Tuesday lunchtime concert at the NCH on June 28....

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