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The Marriage of Figaro. Count Almaviva lusts after the delicious Susanna, Figaro's bride to be. The neglected Countess pines for her husband's attentions and, as she tries to make him jealous, love and suspicion abound. Figaro must unravel the threads before he and Susanna can tie the knot. Also performed as The Marriage of Figaro
and Figaro's Wedding
.Performers Guido Loconsolo (Figaro), Derek Welton (Figaro - Oct 25/Nov 3/8/17/Dec 1), Joelle Harven (Susanna - Oct 4-23/Oct 27-30/Nov 1/6/10/13/15), Anna Devin (Susanna - Oct 25/Nov 3/8/20/24/27/29/Dec 5/8), Ellie Laugharne (Susanna - Nov 17/Dec 1), Layla Claire (Countess), Sarah-Jane Brandon (Countess - Oct 25/Nov 3/8/17/Dec 1), John Moore (Count), Dawid Kimberg (Count - Oct 25/Nov 3/8/17/Dec 1), Andrew Slater (Bartolo), Jean Rigby (Marcellina), Kathryn Rudge (Cherubino), Daniel Norman (Don Basilio), Sion Goronwy (Antonio).
Music Mozart. Lyrics da Ponte. Book by Beaumarchais. Producer Glynebourne Touring Opera. Company Glyndebourne Tour Orchestra. Company Glyndebourne Chorus. Conductor Jonathan Cohen. Conductor Ilyich Rivas (Oct 25/Nov 3/8/17/Dec 1). Director Michael Grandage. Director Ian Rutherford (revival director). Design Christopher Oram. Lighting Paule Constable. Director Ben Wright (movement).
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