‘Il Boemo’ Review: The Czech Republic’s Oscar Hopeful is an Old-School, Sumptuously Appointed Musical Biopic

At the height of his career, Czech-born composer Josef Mysliveček was the most prolific and sought-after figure in Italian opera, bound for immortal celebrity. Nearly three centuries later, his name isn’t forgotten to classical music scholars, but neither does it have anything approaching household status; the facts and records of his personal life, meanwhile, have […]

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