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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Auckland, New Zealand

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September 2018
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AucklandLa bohème

Puccini: La bohème
Tobias Ringborg; Jacqueline Coats; New Zealand Opera; Thomas Atkins; Marlena Devoe; Nicholas Lester; Amelia Berry

AucklandSt Matthew Passion

Bach: St Matthew Passion, BWV244
Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra; Stephen Layton; Gwilym Bowen; Laurence Williams; Sara Macliver; Helen Charlston
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Ebullience and piquant timbres: Ensemble Zefiro

Ensemble Zefiro © Ensemble Zefiro
An evening made up of five Mozart divertimentos had its longueurs, but the Italian period instrument ensemble delighted the audience. 
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Stunning Weber from Andreas Ottensamer in Auckland

Andreas Ottensamer © Katja Ruge | Decca
The Viennese clarinettist joined the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra and Carlos Miguel Prieto in a programme of Copland, Weber and Shostakovich.
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Simon O'Neill's thrilling Wesendonck-Lieder in Auckland

Simon O'Neill © Askonas Holt
The New Zealander Heldentenor makes a welcome return to Auckland for Wagner's erotic song cycle. 
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New Zealand Opera’s L’elisir d’amore: an evergreen charmer

Pene Pati (Nemorino) © Simon Watts
Charming and hilarious by turn, this production fields a largely young and Kiwi cast.
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Disappointing Candide in Auckland

Robert Tucker (supporting roles) and Amelia Berry (Cunegonde) © Simon Watt
Though occasionally entertaining, this production was ultimately unsatisfying as a stage presentation of Bernstein’s work. 
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A heartwrenching Káťa Kabanová in Auckland

Dina Kuznetsova (Káťa) and Hayley Sugars (Varvara) © David Rowland
New Zealand Opera continues to strongly advocate Czech works, resulting in a gripping Káťa Kabanová.
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