Tuesday June 2, 2020

Classical Notes: Wexford Festival Opera remains upbeat with time on its side

Pandemic or no pandemic, WFO is determined its 69th iteration will go ahead from October 20 to November 1

24th May, 2020
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Rosetta Cucchi, Wexford Festival Opera‘s new artistic director, has high hopes for her inaugural outing at the helm

In these gloomy times there’s always Wexford Festival Opera to look forward to, isn’t there? The company is holding its breath and keeping its cards close to its chest for now – but you can bet there will be plenty of heart-stopping moments before the opera festival pulls up the curtain for its 69th festival of opera.

WFO is definitely full of fighting spirit and...

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