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Rescued by love: Beethoven’s ‘Fidelio’ takes the stage

LUCAS LEVY, LEFT, as Jaquino and Isaiah Musik-Ayala (right) as Rocco star in the Opera Company of Middlebury’s spring performance of Beethoven’s “Fidelio”. INDEPENDENT PHOTO / STEVE JAMES

The Opera Company of Middlebury’s production opens on June 2 and should not be missed. Not only is the music as powerful as you’d expect, but the 19th century politics are also hauntingly current to us today. 

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