The Audience reacts to Così fan tutte

Thursday, 25 May, 2023
Cosi Fan Tutte Audience Reacts

Critic and audience reactions to Mozart's Così fan tutte.

Così fan tutte is on tour from 19 May - 2 June 2023.

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“Captivating singing, sparky music and superb comic timing” - The Irish Times –Michael Dungan ★★★★
“stylishly and with beauty, (the singers deliver) not only with captivating solo arias and duets but also in their ensembles” - The Irish Times –Michael Dungan ★★★★
“John Molloy delightfully inhabits the smug, well-mannered cynicism of Alfonso” - The Irish Times –Michael Dungan ★★★★
“soprano Majella Cullagh completes the six with a star turn as Despina” - The Irish Times –Michael Dungan ★★★★

Read the full review from The Irish Times here.

“many visual delights (take a bow to Jamie Vartan for the sheer invention of the design)” - Irish Examiner –Alan O'Riordan ★★★★
“this Cosi fan is less about woman’s inconstancy, and more about the tumult, the heartache, the uncertainty of young love” - Irish Examiner –Alan O'Riordan ★★★★

Read the full review from The Irish Examiner here.

“The singing was uniformly excellent” - Backtrack – Andrew Larkin
“Anna Devin made for a wonderful Fiordiligi - In “Per pietà”, Devin spun the delicate wisps of her melody with great purity and pity.” - Backtrack – Andrew Larkin
“Sharon Carty was equally impressive as Dorabella. Her control and pearly tone shone out many the time” - Backtrack – Andrew Larkin
“Dean Power possessed excellent comic timing as Ferrando. His devastation at discovering Dorabella’s unfaithfulness was truly piteous.” - Backtrack – Andrew Larkin
“Guglielmo was sung by Benjamin Russell who possesses a rich, pleasing baritone voice.” - Backtrack – Andrew Larkin

Read the full review from Backtrack here.