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Adriana Lecouvreur by Francesco Cilea

The life of Adrienne Lecouvreur, member of the Comédie-Française and admired by Voltaire, was as brief as her death was mysterious. Was she really poisoned by a bouquet of violets sent by her rival, the Princess de Bouillon, who was in love with the same man as her: Maurice de Saxe?   

Giulio Cesare by Georg Friedrich Haendel

A love story between two illustrious figures of antiquity - Caesar and Cleopatra - coupled with power struggles in Egypt: these ingredients alone could explain the immediate success of Giulio Cesare when it premiered in 1724...

La Traviata by Giuseppe Verdi

Who is La Traviata? For Australian director Simon Stone, whose talent for updating the classics is well-known, Violetta is not the demi-mondaine who sells her body, as in Alexandre Dumas fils La Dame aux camélias, the inspiration for Verdi's opera.   

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