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Review: Il Trovatore, Scottish Opera

IlTrovThere is an inherent problem with reviewing opera from a modern, and in my case feminist, perspective: a lot of the material is a century old or more. The stories and characters of opera often reflect a world in which issues such as race, class, religion and gender were viewed very differently from the way they are now. There are new productions, but mostly we see the classic stories, with the score and libretto basically unchanged since the premier. Continue reading Review: Il Trovatore, Scottish Opera