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Presenting 2020–2021 season favourites

This season’s repertoire includes many familiar favourites. Here at the Opera House, we see this season as an endless array of classics, but that’s just our humble opinion. What matters is what our audience thinks. You’ll find our greatest admirers and most relentless critics in the auditorium, so we went there to chat about the productions they hold close to their heart. The stage is yours, our genuine experts. Let’s hear what you have to say.

Opera and ballet bring light to my life. They bring luxury to everyday life and take me to new worlds.

– Irma

Watch the video: Fans review Il Trovatore

There isn’t a creature in this galaxy that wouldn’t understand Verdi.

– Harri

The Merry Widow

I can’t wait to watch an operetta that makes me laugh from the bottom of my heart and smile all the way home, thinking of funny plot twists

– Marjut

The Nutcracker and the Mouse King

I think this is the kind of tale that warms every heart and soul. It adds a fairytale glow to the pre-Christmas season.

– Birinder

Watch the video: Fans review Le nozze di Figaro

A super approachable opera that reminds me of the Downton Abbey television series.

– Justus

Watch the video: Fans review Pippi Longstocking

The best thing is that Pippi can dance differently and doesn’t follow the rules.

– Lilja

The Swan Lake

The story is captivatingly beautiful and heartbreaking, carried by amazing musical mastery.

– Lotta

Madama Butterfly

The nautical theme, Pinkerton onstage, the music, and Cio-Cio San in her role which gives an incomparably virtuoso performance.

– Marica

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The curtain comes down, and the stage performance ends. But its influence lives on, manifesting as warm bodily sensations, vivid dreamlike mental images, and as deeply imprinted pleasant memories

– Marica