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Favourite Operatic Gems

Synopsis

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A concert given as part of the Exeter Festival in the Great Hall at Exeter
University. With
Susan Bullock (soprano), Beverley Humphreys (mezzo), Bonaventura Bottone
(tenor) and Donald Maxwell (baritone), the Exeter
Festival Chorus, directed by Peter O'Brien , and the BBC Concert Orchestra, led by Martin Loveday , conducted by Robin Stapleton.
Introduced by David Jacobs. Concert sponsored by Stephens and Scown Producer Alan Boyd At 8.20 during the interval, Sean Street takes a look at the work of novelist Daphne Du Maurier and its associations with the West
Country. Tonight he features Rebecca and My Cousin Rachel.
Producer Stella Hanson

Contributors

Soprano: Susan Bullock
Soprano: Beverley Humphreys
Tenor: Bonaventura Bottone
Tenor: Donald Maxwell
Directed By: Peter O'Brien
Unknown: Martin Loveday
Conducted By: Robin Stapleton.
Introduced By: David Jacobs.
Unknown: Sean Street
Producer: Stella Hanson






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