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MUSIC REVIEW

Two operas, scaled for a chamber

Paul O'Dette (left) and Stephen Stubbs Paul O'Dette (left) and Stephen Stubbs, artistic directors of the BEMF and members of its Chamber Ensemble.
By Jeremy Eichler
Globe Staff / December 2, 2008

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The Boston Early Music Festival attracts crowds from near and far for its biennial productions of Baroque opera. But offering one big, splashy presentation every other year has made BEMF seem like more of an occasional visitor to the opera world rather than a serious player. To firm up its opera credentials both at home and on the national scene, ... (Full article: 524 words)

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