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Sweet-natured Cinderella lives the life of a servant at the home of her downtrodden father and cruel stepmother, teased and tormented by her two foolish stepsisters. Will she make it to the ball to meet the handsome Prince? With a little help from her fairy-godmother, she just might. A glittering comic opera celebrating the power of fantasy, Cinderella is Jules Massenet's musical fairytale. An enchanting retelling of the familiar Cinderella story, it balances the exquisite beauty of its romantic and fantasy scenes with deft, witty portraits of Cinderella's stepmother and stepsisters.Performers Danielle de Niese (Cendrillon), Kate Lindsey (Le Prince Charmant), Nina Minasyan (La Fee), Lionel Lhote (Pandolfe), Agens Zwierko (Madame de la Haltiere - not Jun 16), Eirlys Davies (Agnes Zwierko - Jun 16), Eduarda Melo (Noemie), Julie Pasturaud (Dorothee).
Music Massenet. Producer Glyndebourne Opera. Director Fiona Shaw. Conductor John Wilson. Design Jon Bausor. Costume Nicky Gillibrand. Lighting Anna Watson. Company London Philharmonic Orchestra. Company The Glyndebourne Chorus.
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