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Rachelle Durkin joins WA Opera's production of La Boheme

Rachelle Durkin has joined the cast of WA Opera’s La Boheme. The soprano has stepped in after Taryn Fiebig, who was originally scheduled to appear in the show, was forced to withdraw due to illness.

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Durkin will now play the role of  Musetta for the free Opera in the Park event in Supreme Court Gardens on 3rd February.

The singer previously gave a memorable performance in the role back in 2013. On that occasion OUTinPerth declared her performance to be “brilliant”.

The performance of Rachelle Durkin as Muscetta is brilliant, she pushed the comedy aspect of her role as far as it can go, but yet in the second half of the show gives the character heart and depth.

Durkin will join Paul O’Neill, Elena Perroni, James Clayton, Mark Alderson, PAull-Anthony Keightley, Matthew Lester and Mark Hurst in the production.

For all the details of the performance head to the WA Opera site

OIP Staff


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