Classical Notes: Juicy bite-sized pieces of opera from Wexford Factory
Wexford Festival Opera is aiming to be top of the pop-ups as it launches its new series of Sunday evening mini-concerts
Just because there’s neither an audience nor a full orchestra pumping up the volume doesn’t mean there’s nothing happening full stop. Though I would say that, wouldn’t I? The desperation to get back to reality is beginning to bite in a most dispiriting way, and one clings to each offering of virtual reality with good old-fashioned spiritual renewal – in a word, hope.
And that was exactly...
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