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Cardiff (opera)locked

  • Malcolm Boyd


Capital of Wales. The country had little of an operatic tradition before the 20th century, and until World War II opera performances in Cardiff were given either by visiting companies or by amateur, and usually short-lived, local societies. The Welsh National Opera Company, as it was first called, also began as an amateur venture, and its first one-week season (...

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