Richard Bratby

Florid flummery: ETO’s Il viaggio a Reims reviewed

You'll be more moved, gripped and entertained by ETO's Giulio Cesare. Plus: in praise of the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra

The cast did their best to make something out of the general nonsense: ETO's Il viaggio a Reims. Photo: Richard Hubert Smith

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