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March 2021

Our cover this month features Opera Australia’s return to the stage, with The Merry Widow at the Sydney Opera House. There’s something of an Antipodean theme in our new issue, since New Zealand Opera’s general director Thomas de Mallet Burgess talks to the Editor about his vision for opera in a corner of the world that has dealt better than most places with the pandemic and where performances look set to go ahead uninterrupted in 2021.

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Red Squirrel ⁦@operaunearthed⁩, a new company set up by the conductor John Andrews ⁦@JKAConductor⁩, will launch itself with a production of Malcolm Arnold’s The Dancing Master at the ⁦@BuxtonFestival⁩ in July.

Usually considered to be the first French opera, Robert Cambert’s Pomone was premiered in Paris 350 years ago today.

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