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NZ Opera’s “Don Giovanni” in Wellington enthralling

  Much has been written about what is probably the world’s most continuously successful opera: Mozart’s Don Giovanni. That it continues to draw in the crowds despite the misgivings of various ‘experts’ over the years is tribute not only to the variety and virtuosity of the music, but also to the characterisation in Lorenzo da Ponte’s sometimes denigrated libretto. This opera is notable for many things; the complexity of the vocal writing... read more

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