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Joy unconfined as INO gets off to a flying start

25th November, 2018
Sharon Carty as Orfeo PIc: PAT REDMOND

There was jubilation in the air as Irish National Opera (INO) reported on its first year in business. INO, which had been tasked by the state with the formation of a truly all-Ireland operation, recorded that it had achieved and even exceeded all its targets, particularly in concerts and performances.

How pleasing it must have been for executive director Diego Fasciati to describe INO’s inaugural year as “extraordinary’’ and, better still, to declare it was...

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