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Days Bay Opera’s twelfth production handles Eugene Onegin with youthful energy and perceptivity

By , 15/02/2017
Days Bay Opera continues its eclectic repertory policies, that have ranged from the mid 16th century to the 20th. For this, it was back to the garden, after the indoors performance of Theodora, on a fine but somewhat cool evening. What may well have been a worry was a summer that is hardly worthy of the name, and further performances of both pieces on the following days may not have... read more

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