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After Scott's novel "The Bride of Lammermoor". The Heroine's brother tries to restore his failing fortunes by arranging his sister's marriage to a rich man - but she is in love with a man from another family with which there is a feud going on. Sung in Italian with English surtitles.Performers Diana Damrau (Lucia Apr 7/11/14/16/19/22/25), Aleksandra Kurzak (Lucia May 11/11/14/16/19), Ludovic Tezier (Enrico Ashton Apr 7/11/14/16/19/22/25), Arthur Rucinski (Enrico Ashton May 11/14/16/19), Charles Castronovo (Edgardo Apr 7/11/14/16/19/22/25), Stephen Costello (Edgardo May 11/14/16/19), Taylor Stayton (Arturo Bucklaw Apr 7/11/14/16/19/22)/25), David Junghoon Kim (Arturo Bucklaw May 11/14/16/19), Kwangchul Youn (Raimondo Bidebent Apr 7/11/14/16/19/25), Matthew Rose (Raimondo Bidebent May 11/14/16/19), Peter Hoare (Normanno), Rachael Lloyd (Alisa).
Music Donizetti. Lyrics Cammarano. Producer Royal Opera House. Producer Lyric Opera of Chicago. Producer Greek National Opera. Conductor Daniel Oren. Director Katie Mitchell. Design Vicki Mortimer. Lighting Jon Clark. Director Signe Fabricius (movement director). Conductor Daniel Oren. Director Joseph Alford (associate director). Company Orchestra of the Royal Opera House. Company Royal Opera Chorus.
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