The great Italian bass Ferruccio Furlanetto writes about his experience with the role of Don Quichotte ahead of his performances in Sydney and Melbourne for Opera Australia. 

I sung the role of Don Quichotte for the first time in 2002. It was always something that I dreamt about because it’s not only a beautiful vocally written role, it’s also a sensational character. And the reason I feel so close to it is because Don Quichotte is exactly what every man should...

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