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Review: Netrebko’s intense, Eyvazov solid, in Scala’s new Turandot

Review: Netrebko’s intense, Eyvazov solid, in Scala’s new Turandot
Review: Netrebko’s intense, Eyvazov solid, in Scala’s new Turandot

The divorcing couple found themselves face to face at La Scala.

Scherzo has a nuanced review by veteran musicologist Paolo Petazzi.

Anna Netrebko’s search for nuances (Turandot) is admirable, as the most interesting vocal interpreter. At her side, Rosa Feola is an intense Liù, but Yusif Eyvazof as Calaf does not go beyond the solid assurance that allows him to sustain some high notes.

Read on here.

Ph. Teatro alla Scala / Brescia – Amisano

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