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Rosmira still loves the man who jilted her, Arsace. He, unfortunately, is in love with beautiful Partenope. As too are Armindo and Emilio. So naturally, Rosmira dresses up as a man and becomes another of Partenope's suitors, in order to win back Arsace. And that's before things get really tangled... Combining glittering arias and wonderful ensembles, Handel's comic masterpiece follows the exploits of four rival suitors in pursuit of Partenope's love. Sung in English, with surtitles projected above the stagePerformers Sarah Tynan (Partenope), Patricia Bardon (Arsace), James Laing (Armindo), Robert Murray (Emilio).
Music Handel. Producer English National Opera. Producer Opera Australia. Conductor Christian Curnyn. Director Christopher Alden. Design Andrew Lieberman. Costume Jon Morrell. Lighting Adam Silverman. Translation Amanda Holden.
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