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CD82369 PETER GRIMES (Britten) 9 April 2009 Grand Theatre de Geneve

CD82369 PETER GRIMES (Britten) 9 April 2009 Grand Theatre de Geneve
CD82369 PETER GRIMES (Britten) 9 April 2009 Grand Theatre de Geneve
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CD82369 PETER GRIMES (Britten) 9 April 2009 Grand Theatre de Geneve

In Afternoon on 3's regular Thursday opera slot, Donald Runnicles conducts Britten's Peter Grimes at the Grand Theatre in Geneva. The lonesome fisherman Peter Grimes stands accused of murdering his boy apprentice. Although he is aquitted, the townsfolk have made their own verdict, and only the school teacher Ellen Orford has any sympathy for him. In a production from Geneva, Stephen Gould plays Peter, with Gabriele Fontana as Ellen. Presented by Penny Gore 2pm Britten: Peter Grimes Peter Grimes ...... Stephen Gould Ellen Orford ...... Gabriele Fontana Balstrode ...... Peter Sidhom Auntie ...... Carole Wilson 1st Niece ...... Julianne Gearhart 2nd Niece ...... Laurence Misonne Bob Bales ...... Michael Howard Swallow ...... Clive Bayley Mrs Sedley ...... Elizabeth Sikora Rev Adams ...... Adrian Thompson Ned Keene ...... Daniel Belcher Hobson ...... Simon Kirkbride Grand Theatre Chorus Orchestre de la Suisse Romande Donald Runnicles (conductor).



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