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Renée Fleming, RPO, Festival Hall

Renée Fleming, RPO, Festival Hall

Too little Fleming does not go far enough

Renee Fleming: 'the almost indecently glamorous diva knows the value of expectation and anticipation'

The irony won’t have been lost on many in the audience that the South Bank’s International Voices series began with Ballet. A whole first half of it, actually. Just as well the diva-in-waiting – the almost indecently glamorous Renée Fleming – knows the value of expectation and anticipation. Her very first album was entitled The Beautiful Voice and if that isn’t pressure for a burgeoning career I don’t know what is.

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