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30 Oct 2006

Magdalena Kozená, Barbican Hall, London

http://www.ft.com/cms/s/6dd33884-6821-11db-90ac-0000779e2340.html

By Richard Fairman [Financial Times, 30 October 2006]

The operas of Mozart hold such irrepressibly vivid and contrasting arias that it is surprising more singers have not devised concert programmes of them in the past 12 months. Linking one’s star to Mozart’s in his 250th anniversary year was never likely to do anybody any harm.

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