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A Mini-Documentary of The Barber of Seville
‘Warm Up’ Saturday 29th August, 7pm

As regulars to Clonter’s opera productions will no doubt know, we were due to bring you The Barber of Seville this summer, but this was not to be this year. However we still managed to get the cast and some of the staff together in July, albeit only virtually, and we are now delighted to be able to share, what they got up to, with you all.

We fully intend to try to reconvene the cast and staff next July, joined by the rest of the creative team, and back stage crew, but this will be very dependent on if we are able to raise sufficient funds.

If you have enjoyed Clonter Opera productions in the past, and would like to be a part of helping this tradition at Clonter continue, and you like what you see, we would be very grateful for any donation you are able to make, however large or small.

Dunque io son, Duet
Performed by Elsa Roux Chamoux (Rosina) & Jacobo Ochoa (Figaro)
https://youtu.be/llkHCcZuYVI

Una voce poco fa
Performed by Elsa Roux Chamoux (Rosina)
https://youtu.be/v5qpkgC1Sso

Largo al factotum
Performed by Jacobo Ochoa (Figaro)
https://youtu.be/TF_lChPN9S8

Il vecchiotto cerca moglie
Performed by Faryl Smith (Berta)
https://youtu.be/4z1cvs54t3Y

La calunnia e un venticello
Performed by Timothy Edlin (Don Basilio)
https://youtu.be/PGgHzqybpUw

For More Info about the Cast & Creatives: https://www.clonter.org/barber-of-seville-cast-creatives/

Until next week, take care!

We very much hope you might join us at the Clonter Family Day Out on Sunday 6th September – For more info – https://www.clonter.org/event/clonters-family-day-out/