Heavenly aria from the pulpit
Despite much terrific singing on the main stage, my vote would go to Italian mezzo-soprano Annunziata Vestri
It’s not just the main operas that produce star performances at Wexford.
Despite much terrific singing on the main concert stage, my vote this time would go to Italian mezzo-soprano Annunziata Vestri, who sang with affecting sincerity at St Iberius Church in a midday recital entitled Sacred And Profane.
It followed a triumphant night in which Vestri sang the major role of a crazed aunt in Guglielmo Ratcliff.
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