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Pamina, The Magic Flute for Welsh National Opera

"... Such is the strength of this production from the late Goran Jarves that the first-night audience was clearly as charmed with this show as on that first night in Mold in 1979...

The youthful cast, mostly new to this production, made for a sprightly and in the main enjoyable evening. Peter Wedd sang a secure Tamino, strong of voice and presence. The young soprano Natalie Christie was an accomplished Pamina, with a performance that many a seasoned performer in this role would have been delighted with. Christopher Purves delighted the audience singing Papageno with plenty of laughs."

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Mike Smith - The Western Mail

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