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AucklandLe nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)

Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)
Zoe Zeniodi; Lindy Hume; New Zealand Opera; Tracy Grant Lord; Matthew Marshall; John Michael Moore

AucklandSetting up Camp: Town & Country

Lilburn, Delius, Arnold, Grenfell, Copland, Bernstein
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra; Holly Mathieson

AucklandSetting up Camp: The Soldier's Tale

Stravinsky: L'Histoire du soldat
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra; Hamish McKeich; Sara Brodie; Royal New Zealand Ballet; Shaun James Kelly
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Simon O'Neill and the APO standouts in Auckland Fidelio

Giordano Bellincampi presides over a fleet and crisp performance of Beethoven's only opera, performed in Auckland Town Hall. 
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Inside out: Eight Songs for a Mad King in Auckland

The vocal part requires a range covering over five octaves, from the lowest bass notes to a high falsetto and Robert Tucker coped amazingly with the score’s lyrical elements and the various shrieking, whispering and clucking noises he was called upon to create.
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Juilliard 415 excels in French and Italian Baroque in Auckland

In each brief and catchy excerpt, the ensemble played with infectious vitality and admirable precision.
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Edo de Waart signs off with awe-inspiring Mahler in Auckland

De Waart once again showed a formidable grasp of the musical structure so that the occasional outbursts of violence made thematic sense and a strong feeling of tension led up to the final cry of despair.
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NZSO's enthralling Salonen and Schubert

Edo de Waart and the NZSO thrill with the old warhorse that is Schubert's ninth as much as in an insightful and exciting rendition of Salonen's Violin Concerto.
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Ambiguity rules in New Zealand Opera's Turn of the Screw

Astonishingly vivid performances from an ensemble cast made it one of the most outstanding of their recent productions, an auspicious sign as de Mallet Burgess takes over the General Directorship of the company.
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