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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. New Production. Sung in Italian with English surtitles.Performers Nicholas Lester (Figaro), Kitty Whately (Rosina), Nico Darmanin (Count Almaviva), Jonathan Veira (Doctor Bartolo), William Robert Allenby (Don Basilio), Alinka Kozari (Berta), Nicholas Crawley (Fiorello), Tom Asher (Ambrogio), alistair Sutherland (An Officer).
Music Rossini. Lyrics Sterbini (after [Beaumarchais]). Corporate Sponsor Investec Wealth & Investment. Producer Opera Holland Park. Conductor Matthew Waldren. Director Oliver Platt. Design Neil Irish. Lighting Mark Jonathan. Conductor Dane Lam (Jun 16). Director Fiona Williams (Jun 16). Company City of London Sinfonia. Company Opera Holland Park Chorus.
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