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And if I get any chances in future to see Dessay in just about anything, I'm going for it. The overture was awful: brass notes wobbling and dying, cymbal crashes floppy and indistinct, orchestral tutti scattered. All this vocal and production quality was just as well, because the orchestra, to put it kindly, had an off night. There's masses of fun in the production: the story is so silly that the whole thing is unashamedly played for laughs, and the audience were suitably captured. The proof of the pudding, however, lay in the reaction of the audience as they left the opera house. I heard several people clearly being taken to their first opera by more knowledgeable friends, who were unanimous in leaving on a real high having laughed riotously throughout the evening and thoroughly enjoyed themselves. By David Karlin , 03 November Natalie Dessay has been making a real signature role out of Marie, Donizetti's foundling "Daughter of the Regiment" who turns out to be of noble birth well, partly, wherein lies the tale.

We went to Covent Garden last night specially to see her, and she didn't disappoint: her performance was quite out of the ordinary. And if I get any chances in future to see Dessay in just about anything, I'm going for it.

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I heard several people clearly being taken to their first opera by more knowledgeable friends, who were unanimous in leaving on a real high having laughed riotously throughout the evening and thoroughly enjoyed themselves. As we have seen several times earlier Natalie Dessay is not only a wonderful singer, she can also act, and when she, as in this opera, has the possibility to act and sing at the same time and do it with such a wonderful musicality, and humor, then it is absolutely wonderful. The overture was awful: brass notes wobbling and dying, cymbal crashes floppy and indistinct, orchestral tutti scattered. The Daughter of the Regiment is a popular performance in Paris, This evening was performance no in Paris. Then it is a pleasure to visit Opera Bastille to be lifted up and to leave the operahouse in a good happy mood. And if I get any chances in future to see Dessay in just about anything, I'm going for it. It seemed to rub off on the chorus: the production has some fun sets and some great choreography, but it was all executed a bit sloppily: military precision was the last word you could use to describe the chorus of soldiers moving around the stage. We went to Covent Garden last night specially to see her, and she didn't disappoint: her performance was quite out of the ordinary. I'm not sure quite what happened to conductor Bruno Campanella, but I can only hope that this was a one-off. The good scenography, which specially in the second act is being beautiful is by Chantal Thomas. The proof of the pudding, however, lay in the reaction of the audience as they left the opera house. She is warmly assisted by her butler Hortensius played by Francis Dudziak.

She interleaves this with delivering the smoothest, most delicious bel canto including enough tricks and perfectly pitched high notes to satisfy the most demanding of listeners, all while being literally thrown around the stage by various other cast members.

She is warmly assisted by her butler Hortensius played by Francis Dudziak.

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I heard several people clearly being taken to their first opera by more knowledgeable friends, who were unanimous in leaving on a real high having laughed riotously throughout the evening and thoroughly enjoyed themselves.

Alessandro Corbelli was in splendid form as Sergeant Sulpice, Ann Murray wonderful as the Marquise who turns out to be Marie's mother, and Dawn French delivering a suitably gusto-filled pantomime performance as the monstrous English aristocrat, with hideously mangled Franglais and a few notable alterations to the 19th century dialogue I don't suppose the original libretto refers to skimping on the chocolate fountains at the wedding feast, but the line brought the house down.

The good scenography, which specially in the second act is being beautiful is by Chantal Thomas.

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I heard several people clearly being taken to their first opera by more knowledgeable friends, who were unanimous in leaving on a real high having laughed riotously throughout the evening and thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Sponsored Tags. We went to Covent Garden last night specially to see her, and she didn't disappoint: her performance was quite out of the ordinary. I'm not sure quite what happened to conductor Bruno Campanella, but I can only hope that this was a one-off. PARIS: In a periode where Wars, Hurricanes, Terror are headline in the media every where, it is a pleasure to visit Opera Bastille in Paris for an opera, going on in a war time, between Italy and France, where a whole regiment of male choire singers are acting like soldier, but where the message is love, happiness, good music, and to have a nice time together. However, he improved greatly as the opera progressed, and by the time he reached the showpiece Pour me rapprocher de Marie in Act II, his performance was a match even for Dessay's. By David Karlin , 03 November Natalie Dessay has been making a real signature role out of Marie, Donizetti's foundling "Daughter of the Regiment" who turns out to be of noble birth well, partly, wherein lies the tale. The rest of the cast couldn't quite match such a star turn, but they came closer than you might have expected.

The proof of the pudding, however, lay in the reaction of the audience as they left the opera house. The Daughter of the Regiment is a popular performance in Paris, This evening was performance no in Paris.

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