Murderous love affairs keep Wexford buzzing
This year’s festival opened with a strange and unusual sort of beauty
Love tangles were the common themes of Wexford’s three main operas in its 64th opera festival, though that is hardly unusual in a genre that has always been fuelled by passion – often of the fatal kind.
But there is more to life than passion, and Wexford makes us really appreciate other important things such as arias and orchestras, singers and composers, dancers and designers.
This year’s festival opened with a strange and...
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