The Marriage of Figaro
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“The Marriage of Figaro” a wedding of many talents

The Marriage of Figaro
Malin Christensson as Susanna and Edwin Crossley-Mercer as Figaro in opening night of L.A. Philharmonic’s production of the opera “Marriage of Figaro” at Walt Disney Concert Hall.  (Lawrence K. Ho, Los Angeles Times)
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Gustavo Dudamel, left, conducts the L.A. Phil, with Edwin Crossley-Mercer as Figaro. (Lawrence K. Ho, Los Angeles Times)
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Malin Christensson as Susanna. (Lawrence K. Ho, Los Angeles Times)
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Dorothea Röschmann as Countess Almaviva. (Lawrence K. Ho, Los Angeles Times)
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Christopher Maltman as Count Almaviva and Dorothea Röschmann as Countess Almaviva. (Lawrence K. Ho, Los Angeles Times)
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Simone Osborne, left, as Barbarina and Rachel Frenkel as Cherubino. (Lawrence K. Ho, Los Angeles Times)
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Gustavo Dudamel conducts the L.A. Phil. (Lawrence K. Ho, Los Angeles Times)
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Gustavo Dudamel conducts the L.A. Phil and Edwin Crossley-Mercer, left, is Figaro. (Lawrence K. Ho, Los Angeles Times)
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Dorothea Röschmann, left, as Countess Almaviva and Rachel Frenkel as Cherubino. (Lawrence K. Ho, Los Angeles Times)
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Rachel Frenkel as Cherubino. (Lawrence K. Ho, Los Angeles Times)
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Gustavo Dudamel (conductor), left, Odile Gilbert (hair design), Azzedine Alaia (costume design) and Jean Nouvel (installations design) after the performance. [An earlier version of this post identified Jean Nouvel as Christopher Alden.] (Lawrence K. Ho, Los Angeles Times)
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