Opera Lyra’s Styles “Barber of Seville” to Speak to a Younger Crowd

Opera Lyra’s season opener might not win over opera traditionalists with their new production of The Barber of Seville. Rossini’s famed Spanish comedy has been removed entirely from its 18th century context and placed within a 1940s Seville film studio, which sometimes works in the libretto’s favour but other times it feels like an odd … Continue reading Opera Lyra’s Styles “Barber of Seville” to Speak to a Younger Crowd