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March 6, 2014 9:53 AM

UK Opera returns to 'Don Giovanni,' which set many standards in 2001

The October 2001 production of "Don Giovanni" stands out in the long line of UK Opera presentations. It ushered in an era of high-profile collaborators for the program, it helped establish UK's troupe as Lexington's de facto opera company, and it helped launched singing careers for many of the students.

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