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Opera Review: A Conspiracy of Voices

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The Met presents La Clemenza di Tito.
by Paul J. Pelkonen
Reposted from The Classical Review.

Opera Review: A Conspiracy of Voices

Crumbling majesty: Giuseppe Filianoti as Titus in La Clemenza di Tito.
Photo by Ken Howard © 2012 The Metropolitan Opera.

On Friday, the Metropolitan Opera opened the second of three Mozart revivals this month with La Clemenza di Tito. This performance featured a strong young cast dominated by Giuseppe Filianoti in the title role and the flexible mezzo of Elina Garanca as Sesto, the best friend of the Roman emperor Titus turned would-be assassin.
Read the whole review by Superconductor's own Paul J. Pelkonen, exclusively on The Classical Review.



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