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Turandot

A fantasy opera of poetry and myth, set in an exotic world where fear and love go hand in hand and death is always just around the corner.

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Show: Turandot
Company: Opera Australia
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Turandot

Date: 25 Nov 2018

Giacomo Puccini’s Turandot is a fantasy opera of poetry and myth, set in an exotic world where fear and love go hand in hand and death is always just around the corner.

Conductor Christian Badea returns to conduct Amber Wagner as the ice princess with Andeka Gorrotxategi as the man determined to win her heart. Later in the season, Dragana Radakovic and Yonghoon Lee are Turandot and Calàf. Mariana Hong reprises her touching turn as Liù.

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