'Margherita d'Anjou' -
'Fabio Luisi marshalls his forces with aplomb, and his commitment to the work keeps the music moving along with verve and enthusiasm ...'
Giacomo Meyerbeer's case is indeed extremely strange, and that is putting it mildly. Born in Germany in the year Mozart died, 1791, he went to Italy to learn the art of opera, after which his career flourished in France, where he became one of the main protagonists of 'grand opera'.
Born into a family of well-to-do Jewish industrialists, Jakob Meyer Beer revealed a talent for music at a very early age...
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