Lismore Opera sets out a new stall and vision

Where is the festival going? In short, the answer to that is bigger and better

26th March, 2017
At the launch of the Lismore Opera Festival were Sandra Oman, who will play Giannetta in L’Elisir d’Amore, and Rory Musgrave, who will play Belcore

Lismore Opera Festival came to Dublin with some palpable pep in its step to launch its new season production of Donizetti’s L’Elisir D’Amore for the June bank holiday weekend. And it got off the mark smartly with the announcement that not only has Lismore a new corporate set-up with significant financial backing, but also a born-again vision of where the festival is going. In short, the answer to that is bigger and better....

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