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March 2018
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Katarina Dalayman (Amneris) and Christina Nilsson (Aida) © Markus Gårder
Verdi: Aida
Pier Giorgio Morandi; Michael Cavanagh; Royal Swedish Opera; Magdalena Åberg; Katarina Dalayman; Johan Edholm; Christina Nilsson


Malin Byström (Fedora) © Markus Gårder
Giordano: Fedora
Eugene Tzigane; Christof Loy; Royal Swedish Opera; Herbert Murauer; Malin Byström; Daniel Johansson

StockholmBartók's Concerto for Orchestra

Bartók's Concerto for Orchestra
Jolas, Bartók
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra; Alain Altinoglu

StockholmBartók and French delicatessen

Bartók and French delicatessen
Jolas, Dusapin, Bartók
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra; Alain Altinoglu; Renaud Capuçon


Puccini: Tosca
Knut Hendriksen; Royal Swedish Opera; Björn Brusewitz; Ann-Mari Anttila; Emma Vetter; Kristian Flor
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Byström’s thrilling performance as Fedora

Malin Byström (Fedora) © Markus Gårder
After her triumph at the Royal Opera House in London as Salome, Byström comes home to Sweden to great acclaim in Giordano’s opera.
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Great Aida debut for Christina Nilsson

Katarina Dalayman (Amneris) and Christina Nilsson (Aida) © Markus Gårder
The remarkable performance of young soprano Christina Nilsson does not completely rescue a mixed-bag cast and a lack of Personenregie at the Stockholm Royal Opera.
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Iréne Theorin triumphs as Elektra in Stockholm

Iréne Theorin (Elektra) and Cornelia Beskow (Chrysothemis) © Sara Strandlund
A quasi-concertante setting highlights Theorin's masterful performance as Elektra, Cornelia Beskow's fragile, human Chrysothemis and Katarina Dalayman's haunting Klytaemnestra.
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A tightly co-ordinated Messiah in Stockholm

Fredrk Malmberg © Jan-Olav Wedin
Chief performers of the Swedish musical scene give a superb performance of Messiah at the Stockholm Concert Hall.
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A British Cinderella in Stockholm

Johanna Rudström (Angelina) and Ole Aleksander Bang (Don Ramiro) © Sören Vilks
Lindy Hume's Victorian production brings to life Cinderella's story through the capable hands of Jean-Christophe Spinosi.
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