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- Review: LA Opera embraces the return of a longtime friend, ‘La Boheme’ (Review , Jim Farber - Daily News & Analysis)
- Singing is primo in Maometto II (Review , Arthur Kaptainis - Musical Toronto)
Not so long ago, The Barber of Seville was the only opera by Rossini in the regular rotation. Now we have access to such rarities as Maometto II. The three-hour-and-20-minute show at the Four Seasons Centre can be recommended heartily to bel canto enthusiasts and cautiously to general opera lovers who are endowed with the appropriate mix of curiosity and patience.