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Opera on 3


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The Mines of Sulphur
This year's Glimmerglass Opera festival in up-state New York revived Richard Rodney
Bennett's first full-length opera, which was a big hit when it was first produced in the 1960s. Presented by Stephanie Hughes.
It's a Grand Guignol tale of rural murder and revenge in 18th-century England. The actors:
Glimmerglass Opera Orchestra, conductor Stewart Robertson


Unknown: Richard Rodney
Presented By: Stephanie Hughes.
Conductor: Stewart Robertson
Braxton, the landowner: Kristopher Irmiter (bass-Baritone)
Sherrin, the actors' manager: Kristopher Irmiter (bass-Baritone)
Rosalind, Braxton's maid: Beth Clayton (soprano)
Boconnion, an army deserter: Brandon Jovanovich (tenor)
Tovey, a vagabond: James Maddalena (baritone)
Jenny: Caroline Worra (soprano)
Leda: Dorothy Byme (mezzo)
Fenney: Brian Anderson (tenor)
Tooley: Michael Todd Simpson (baritone)
Trim: Andrew Gorell (spoken Role)

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