The centrepiece of this opera is the fictional confrontation between Mary Stuart, the Catholic Queen of Scotland, and the Protestant Queen Elizabeth I. The opera builds to the moment of conflict when political, religious and romantic tensions simmer over, resulting in Mary's condemnation and eventual execution. The opera is recognised as one of Donizetti's most persuasive and powerful scores and culminates in an exceptionally affecting final scene. Concert version.


Flora McIntosh (Mary Stuart), Philippa Boyle (Queen Elizabeth), Joseph Doody (Earl of Leicester), Ian Beadle (Lord Cecil), Stuart Pendred (Lord Cecil), Stuart Pendred (Lord Talbot), Loouise Ratcliffe (Anna), Stefano d'Ermenegildo (violin), Sarah Douglas (clarinet)


Music: Donizetti
Company: OperaUpClose
Musical Director: Paul McKenzie (piano)
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Maria Stuarda (Mary Stuart)

Maria Stuarda (Mary Stuart) (Opera or Operetta) production archive for QTIX code T0213638684. Details of all Maria Stuarda (Mary Stuart) archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S046122731

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