Opera review

Rachele Gilmore is outstanding in Bellini’s La Sonnambula at Miami’s Arsht Center

 

South Florida Classical Review

Florida Grand Opera extended its winning streak this season to three for three, putting on an outstanding production of Bellini’s La Sonnambula, a tale of love, sleepwalking and jealousy in a Swiss village, which opened Saturday night at the Arsht Center in Miami.

The star of the performance was the soprano Rachele Gilmore, a former FGO Young Artist from suburban Atlanta who has gone on to roles in the world’s leading opera houses. Dark-haired and petite, she sang with enormous vocal power, depth of feeling and beauty of tone, bringing the complete package to a role that requires both extreme virtuosity and a gift for the melodic long line.

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