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Anglophile Italian who brought panache-with-naturalism to stage and screen
Nina Stemme managed to shine on a grotesquely overpopulated stage
The singers were often left to their own devices in this over-pretty, overpopulated production
Despite passion in the pit, David McVicar’s double bill of operas failed to triumph
Caterina Napoleone’s coffee-table collection pays tribute to the Italian director