Cosi Fan Tutte ó Glyndebourne

mikolaj.jpgGeorge Hall [Guardian, 14 October 2006]
One of the most sophisticated games ever played by a composer and librettist with an audience, Mozart’s opera was damned as trivial by the 19th century, but steadily came into its own in the 20th, when the cracks that open up and finally shatter the certainties of its two pairs of lovers began to intrigue directors.