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Opera

Agents will be queuing up to sign this 26-year-old baritone from Sichuan

Haobin Wang was one of the many delights in the Royal Academy of Music’s production of Suor Angelica and Gianni Schicchi, which far outclassed the Royal College’s Zauberflote

13 December 2014

9:00 AM

13 December 2014

9:00 AM

Suor Angelica; Gianni Schicchi

Royal Academy of Music

Die Zauberflöte

Royal College of Music

The Royal Academy of Music’s end-of-term opera can always be looked forward to because it never disappoints: the repertoire is enterprising, the musical performance is invariably on a high level, and the productions are almost always sane and unpretentious: qualities that can’t be relied upon in more prestigious houses. This term’s production(s) were no exception: the strongest two of Puccini’s Il trittico.

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