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The story of the gypsy girl Carmen whose love and passion switch from one man to another with tragic consequences. Probably the world's most famous opera and tunes. A Spanish story of love, treachery, passion and betrayal. Sung in French with English supertitles. A revival of the 2002 Festival Production, sponsored by British American Tobacco. Start time 15:35 - Finish time 20:25. Start time 16:50 - Finish time 21:40.Performers Tania Kross (Carmen), Drandon Jovonovich (Don Jose), Kate Royal (Micaela Jul 6/10/13/17/22/25/27/30 Aug 2/6/9), Ermonela Jaho (Aug 12/15/18/21/28/31), Wayne Tigges (Escamillo), Jael Azzaretti (Frasquita), Katherine Rohrer (Mercedes), Simon Bailey (Zuniga), Loic Felix (Le Remendado), Olivier Lallouette (Le Dancaire).
Music Bizet. Lyrics Meilhac. Lyrics Halevy. Book by Merimee. Producer Glyndebourne Festival Opera. Conductor Stephane Deneve. Conductor Jakub Hrusa (Aug 184.108.40.206). Director David McVicar. Design Michael Vale. Costume Sue Blane. Lighting Paule Constable. Choreographer Andrew George. Company London Philharmonic Orchestra. Company Glyndebourne Chorus. Other Thomas Blunt (chorus master).
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