Supported by generous help from the Turnovsky Endowment Trust

Festival opera Ainadamar semi-staged but powerful, strongly cast and magnificently performed

By , 02/03/2014
In spite of the many attempts by composers of the present day to use contemporary issues and events as subjects for opera, few have survived more than an opening season of performances.¬† For by determining to display a command of the concepts and fashions that musical academia has developed and made de rigueur for a composer who wants to be taken seriously by his peers, ¬†most have failed to... read more

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