Tete a Tete: The Opera Festival 2015 review - 'The Stage'

The subject of first night's second show is the Jamaican heroine Queen Nanny, the spiritual and military leader who led the Maroons into battle with the British in the 1720s. Sung and danced with grace by Abigail Kelly . . . .

 

"A further small group of live musicians would have made all the difference, but Kelly's natural musical abilities emerged unscathed."

Taken from: https://www.thestage.co.uk/reviews/2015/tete-tete-opera-festival-2015/

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