THE BARBER Of Seville, one of opera’s best known and loved works, will be broadcast live from The Met in New York to The Eye Cinema, Wellpark, this Saturday at 6pm.
Figaro, a scheming barber and general factotum, helps two lovers thwart an arranged marriage through various comic tricks and deceptions, all making for a riotously funny, twisting, plot. Rossini – one of the greatest tunesmiths of all time, has packed the opera with one glorious musical moment after another, filling it with immediately appealing and memorable music.">rosina-1280 from Classical Arts Ireland on Vimeo.
The Met’s production, directed by Bartlett Sher, will feature Isabel Leonard (Rosina ), Lawrence Brownlee (Count Almaviva ), and Christopher Maltman (Figaro ). The conductor is Michele Mariotti.
For more information and booking see www.eyecinema.ie or call 091 - 780078.