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Bergamo critica

The entire performance is characterized by sounds and dimensions that sometimes merge; at other times they take turns, look for each other, chase each other. They always find each other and end up exciting, as if they couldn't do otherwise. Even between the various performances, it is a continuous dialogue that becomes magic. It is pure emotion. Undoubtedly, much of the beauty that is created on the Donizetti stage lies in the presence of Dmitry Yablonsky, first conductor and later cello soloist. Whether it's from behind or with a shy, but always focused gaze on the audience, Yablonsky is flawless.

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