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Debussy's masterpiece, Pelleas et Melisande is based on Maurice Maeterlinck's symbolist play and was first performed in 1902 at the Opera-Comique, Paris. A tragic fairy-tale, the opera recounts the ill-fated love of half-brothers Golaud and Pelleas for the same woman, the enigmatic Melisande. Sung in French with English surtitles.Performers Jonathan McGovern (Pelleas), Stephan Loges (Golaud).
Music Debussy. Company English Touring Opera. Director James Conway. Design Oliver Townsend. Costume Oliver Townsend.
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