REVIEW: Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra’s ‘Hamlet’ a triumph under baton of Louis Langrée

In the semi-staged production of Ambroise Thomas’ “Hamlet” led by Louis Langrée with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra on Nov. 17, the lovely Ophélie performed a “mad” scene before her death by drowning. Projected on a large screen above the stage were tumultuous waves that became calmer as Ophélie was pictured floating in her watery grave wearing her wedding gown. In the role of the tragic Ophélie, soprano Jodie Devos sang with crystalline beauty to the heavenly sounds of flute, harp…

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