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Posted at 12:55 PM ET, 07/08/2012

Reviews: after the storms


Andrea Carroll as Zerlina and Aaron Sorensen as Masetto in Wolf Trap's production of "Don Giovanni" (Photo by Carol Pratt) (Courtesy of Wolf Trap.) (Carol Pratt - Wolf Trap)
Charles T. Downey did some valiant work cleaning up after the recent storms. First, he reviewed Serenade, the international choral festival in DC that was held for the second time at the beginning of July — but had to scramble to find a new venue for one big concert at the last minute when Strathmore lost power after the derecho.

He then reviewed “Don Giovanni” at Wolf Trap, which finally got to play through to its conclusion after having to stop midway through Act II the night of the derecho.

Stay tuned for more coverage of Castleton , which also had to reschedule performances due to the storm.

By Charles T. Downey  |  12:55 PM ET, 07/08/2012

Tags:  Charles T. Downey, Wolf Trap Opera

 
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