03 July 18 09:58
Stefan Herheim may set Debussy's opera in the organ room of Glyndebourne itself, but it becomes the site for an exercise in Symbolism
Pelléas et Mélisande, Glyndebourne, review: Musically enchanting, even if the plot is perversely embroidered
The lost souls of Pelléas et Mélisande inhabit a castle; their drama takes place in a forest by the sea. Director Stefan Herheim initially toyed with the idea of setting it inside a space station after the world's end, with the family not knowing where t
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