This year, one of Giacomo Puccini's earliest, lesser-known operas, Edgar, was performed for the first time ever at the Puccini Festival, the annual summer event staged in the composer's home town of Torre del Lago. This year's festival was the 54th edition and celebrated the 150th anniversary of Puccini's birth in a stunning new open-air theatre standing on the shores of Lago Massaciuccoli, the lake the town is named for. As well as its 3,370 seats colored in various eye-catching shades of ...

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