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DetailsIl barbiere di Siviglia
. A young English aristocrat arrives in Seville to woo the lovely Rosina. However, she is being pursued by an unscrupulous older man, Bartolo and it is only with the ingenious help of the quick thinking barber, Figaro, that the situation is rescued.Performers Aleksandra Kurzak, Levente Molnar (Figaro), Aleksandra Kurzak (Rosina), John Osborn (Count Almaviva - Jan11 18/21/24/26/29/31), Luciano Botelho (Count Almaviva - Feb11 2/5/8), Bruno Pratico (Doctor Bartolo), Ildar Abdrasakov (Don Basilio), Jennifer Rhys-Davies (Berta), Daniel Grice (Fiorillo).
Music Rossini. Lyrics Sterbini (after [Beaumarchais]). Producer Royal Opera House. Conductor Rory Macdonald. Director Moshe Leiser. Director Patrice Caurier. Design Christian Fenouillat. Costume Agostino Cavalca. Lighting Christophe Forey. Director Justin Way (revival).
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