Readers' Competition: Win a Trip to Paris and Tickets to the Opera

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Readers' Competition: Win a Trip to Paris and Tickets to the Opera


The Liverpool Echo and Ellen Kent are delighted to be able to offer our readers the chance to win a wonderful trip to the magical city of Paris plus tickets to Madam a Butterfly arriving at the Empire Theatre from 22nd 24th February 2005.

This emotive opera is performed by the Ukrainian National Opera of Odessa who won praise from critics and audiences in Autumn 2003 with their tour of Madam a Butterfly and Rigoletto. The opera is given a passionate and tender interpretation by UK-based Korean soprano Rosa Lee Thomas who has also performed the role of Butterfly at the Royal Albert Hall. Highlights include the melodious Humming Chorus, the poignant aria One Fine Day; and the Love Duet. Set in the most tranquil and beautiful created Japanese water garden including traditional Japanese trees and exquisite waterfalls, it's easy to see why Madama Butterfly is one of the World's most enduring operas.

First prize: A pair of tickets to see the performance of Puccini'sMADAMA BUTTERFLY on 24th Feb, a crate of champagne, trip for two to Paris with a visit to the Paris State Opera House, a Japanese fan and a programme. Second Prize: A pair of tickets to see the performance of Madam a Butterfly on 24th Feb, a crate of champagne and a programme. …

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