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Iphigenie is a Greek priestess, daughter of Agamemnon and Clytemnestre, sent by Diana to the land of the Taurians where for fifteen years she has been forced to sacrifice human beings. Sung in French with English surtitles. Co-production with Opera Zuid. Approx running time 2 hrs 10 minsPerformers Ann Murray (Iphigenie), Andrew Schroeder (Oreste - except 10 Dec), Geoffrey Dolton (Oreste 10 Dec), Paul Nilon (Pylade - except 22 Oct), David Kempster (Thoas), Camilla Roberts (Diana), Rosie Hay (Greek Woman), Meriel Andrew (1st Priestess), Anitra Blaxhall (2nd Priestess), Philip Lloyd-Evans (Scythian Man), Jack O'Kelly (Minister of the Sanctuary).
Author Gluck. Company Welsh National Opera. Conductor Michael Hofstetter (except 13 Nov and 10 Dec). Director Patrice Caurier. Director Moshe Leiser. Design Christian Ratz. Costume Etienne Couleon. Lighting Herve Audibert.
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