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La Clemnza di Tito

By rjhselvin
Written October 21, 2014
As usual this Met HDTV simulcast was impressive. Most of the singers were wonderful, especilly the women. The tenor was good but not quite up to teir standard but he was believable as Tito.
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A great production and a wonderful cast

By old_geek_dude
Written December 22, 2014
Elina Garancha was absolutely spectacular. Kate Lindsay was excellent also. Giuseppe Filianotti was in excellent voice, and absolutely nailed the characterization of Tito. The sets were very well done, and the costumes convincing. The Met Orchestra under Harry Bickett showed again why they're the best opera orchestra on earth. What's not to like?
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La Clemenza di Tito

By Jack_Kaufman
Written December 02, 2012
This was our very first opera at the movies. Both my wife and I loved it and look forward to the next one. I've been to the Met, in person, and this is, of course, not quite the same, but living in Colorado, it's an excellent substitute for the "real thing." I especially enjoyed visiting "backstage." All in all, a wonderful experience. The voices were magnificent, as was the acting. What else needs to be said? Go see it when and if you can.
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La Clemenza di Titto

By floresdominique
Written December 02, 2012
Excellent, must see ????. To see what a Master can do with music and to see how through the different characters we can learn from them to get to know our own psique in the most masterfully way put is incredible. The inner conflicts of our soul put in theater in front of our own eyes and the way Mozart also let us know the way out magestically. But just to hear his music is worth it. A piece to help us teach our children and teenagers about negative emotions and their consequences if we let ourselves manifest them, and most importantly the safe and loving way to deal with them and find the strenght to win the inner battle, it' s always about choice!! For Opera it is always recommended if you are not familiar with it to read about the story before hand. Enjoy!!
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Stunning performance of a little-seen masterpiece

By Bostonflick
Written December 27, 2014
This was a fabulous performance of Mozart's last opera, and I had never seen it before. What an experience. It was just breathtaking, and incredibly moving. The last play of Shakespeare is the Tempest, and the last opera of Mozart is La Clemenza, and they are the full mature gorgeous work of these masters. La C is Mozart's glorious farewell.
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