Wonderful. Marvelous. That’s how the Chelsea Opera Group effort presenting these not so frequent operas is. And happily the results are, so far, equally wonderful and marvelous. Mosè in Egitto is a biblical themed opera by Rossini with kind of static action that suits very well a concert performance everything focused on the orchestra, the choir and the soloists. The orchestra played nicely with precision the whole night without any single mistake and thanks to the conductor Robin Newton with a very rossinian language, taking care of all the colors and contrasting dynamics.