Written by Georges Bizet, on a libretto by Henri Meilhac and Ludovic Halévy, Carmen premiered at Opera Comique in Paris, France on March 3, 1875. The opera spurred mixed emotions amongst critics and casual operagoers. As a result, numerous planned performances were canceled. Bizet died on June 3, 1875 firmly believing that Carmen was a failure. Since the early 1880s, however, Carmen has been one of the most frequently performed operas in venues around the world. [BluRay.com]
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