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Otello Verdi

Compared with his previous Otello for the Shanghai Opera House in 2008, with flourishes of red fabric as if in a Chinese opera, Maurizio di Mattia’s new production for Opera Hong Kong was largely free from either Asian visual influences or self-conscious updating

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OPERA HONG KONG

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