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Le nozze di Figaro Mozart

This new Figaro made the headlines before it even opened when a leading critic announced that she would be boycotting the production due to its lack of Swedish singer

Sweden

MALMÖ OPERA

Music ****

Staging ****

Malmö Opera doesn’t often court controversy, but Gunilla Brodrej, a longtime music critic on the Swedish daily Expressen, penned a blistering attack on the company for its betrayal of indigenous talent (it’s a good job a colleague of hers was dispatched to cover the house’s French-cast, French-conducted and French-designed Pelléas last spring).

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