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The most significant British opera of the 20th century, Benjamin Britten's Peter Grimes is a staple of the opera repertoire. Here are glimpses of some of the finest productions.
In 1963, Sadlers Wells staged a new production of Peter Grimes to mark Benjamin Britten's 50th birthday. The opera was conducted by Meredith Davies who was a sympathetic interpreter of Britten's operas. Photo: © ENO/Houston Rogers
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