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Part of the BBC Proms. Semi-staged; sung in Italian. Since its inception, opera at Glyndebourne has been almost synonymous with Mozart, The Marriage of Figaro being the first work to be performed there, in May 1934. Servants outwit their master again in this latest production, new for 2012, which confirms a recent preference for period instruments. There will be one interval. Finish time approx. 22:20Performers Katie Bray (mezzo-soprano//Second Bridesmaid), Ellie Laugharne (First Bridesmaid), Vito Priante (bass/Figaro), Lydia Teuscher (soprano/Susanna), Sally Matthews (soprano/Countess Almaviva), Audun Iversen (baritone/Count Almaviva), Andrew Shore (baritone/Bartolo), Ann Murray (mezzo-soprano/Marcellina), Isabel Leonard (mezzo-soprano), Alan Oke (tenor/Don Basilio), Nicholas Folwell (baritone/Antonio), Colin Judson (tenor/Don Curzio), Sarah Shafer (soprano/Barbarina).
Company Glyndebourne Festival Opera. Company Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. Conductor Robin Ticciati. Director Michael Grandage.
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