Puccini’s La Boheme

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Puccini’s tragic story of doomed love among the impoverished Bohemians of late 19th century Paris is brought to the stage of the Old Market by director Valeria Perboni and includes a chamber orchestra. Thrilling and passionate, this captures the raw, consuming power of young love.


Steven Graham
Author: Steven Graham

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