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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 Morgan Pearse (Figaro), Sarah Tynan (Rosina), Eleazar Rodriguez (Count Almaviva), Alan Opie (Dr Bartolo), Alastair Miles (Don Basilio), Carole Wilson (Berta), Matthew Durkan (Fiorello).
Music Rossini. Lyrics Sterbini (after [Beaumarchais]). Company English National Opera. Conductor Hilary Griffiths. Director Jonathan Miller. Director Peteer Relton (revival director). Design Tanya McCallin. Lighting Tom Mannings. Translation Amanda Holden. Translation Anthony Holden.
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