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How one company is defying Italy’s opera curse

LATE last year, an Italian orchestra and chorus journeyed across the Atlantic, performing in Washington, New York, Toronto and Chicago. The performers didn’t come from one of Italy’s most iconic opera houses—Milan’s La Scala, for example, or Rome’s Accademia di Santa Cecilia.
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