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Le Vin herbé Martin

Frank Martin never intended his intimate, 1941 ‘oratorio profane’, Le Vin herbé, to be staged – and it rarely is. Yet in director Polly Graham’s revelatory new production for Welsh National Opera, the work proves powerfully convincing as music drama, albeit of a nature far removed from any Wagnerian notion of the term

WELSH NATIONAL OPERA CARDIFF

UK

Music ****

Staging ****

Getting physical: Tom Randle and Caitlin Hulcup as Tristan and Iseult
Photography by Robert Workman
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