Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro

Academy of Ancient Music

Portrait of Richard Egarr

An irresistible blend of musical wit and social satire, Figaro is Mozart’s operatic masterpiece. AAM and a cast of Europe’s brightest young artists breathe vibrant new life into this classic opera.

A score fizzing with life and melody brings song to Beaumarchais’ provocative play, and colour to his captivating cast of characters – from the lascivious Count and bombastic Dr Bartolo to the gawky teenage Cherubino, charismatic Figaro and of course his clever wife-to-be Susanna.

Coming fresh from a brand-new production by Martin Lloyd-Evans at The Grange Festival,this concert performance promises an evening of laughter, throwing the spotlight onto Mozart’s glorious music with its much-loved arias and breathtakingly intricate ensembles.

In association with The Grange Festival. Sung in Italian with English surtitles

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