Richard Bratby

Comedy genius: Garsington Opera’s Le Comte Ory reviewed

Plus: we're living through a new golden age of string quartet playing, and we don't talk about it enough

Vocal pyrotechnics and vertiginous cleavage: Andrea Carroll, as Adèle, in Rossini’s Le Comte Ory. Credit: Craig Fuller

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