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Scottish Opera in Aberdeen

Scottish Opera's first visit to Aberdeen's His Majesty's Theatre this season revives Sir Thomas Allen first production for the company, Rossini's Il barbiere di Siviglia. It's s Rossini's best-known opera, written in just three weeks and packed full of dramatic and musical wit.

Join baritone Ville Rusanen as Figaro, a barber who sings his way into service of one Count Almaviva (Thomas Walker) by helping the Count win the hand of the beautiful Rosina (Clare Booth), rescuing her from the clutches of her overbearing guardian, Don Basilio (Graeme Broadbent) and his henchman Dr Bartolo (Tiziano Bracci). Music director Francesco Corti conducts.  In between the two performances (10 & 12 November), you can find out more about the opera in the free hour-long Unwrapped talk (11 November).

Director Sir Thomas Allen gets a close shave from Nicholas Folwell's Dr Bartolo prior to Scottish Opera's new production of Rossini's Il barbiere di Siviglia. Photo Alastair Divine

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When: Nov 2013 (annual)

Where: Aberdeen

Cost: £16.50-£50; Unwrapped free (but booking required)

Opening Hours: Thu & Sat 7.30pm; Unwrapped (Fri) 6pm

Address: Rosemount Viaduct, Aberdeen, AB25 1GL

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