Monday July 6, 2020

Sprinkling of Irish flavours livens up a diverse menu in Wexford

30th June, 2019
Adina: written after Rossini’s golden period Pic: Studio Amati Bacciardi

There’s a palpable change in the air at Wexford Festival Opera this year, for a variety of reasons. This fact is reflected in the very diversity of the operas presented during the event next autumn. Interestingly, this 68th festival has distinct Irish flavours, featuring two Irish composers from past and present.

Eight different opera presentations is a major challenge for any international opera company, but for Wexford there are added complications in trying...

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