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Guide to Classical Music, Opera and Dance in Copenhagen

© GuoJunjun | Wikimedia Commons
© GuoJunjun | Wikimedia Commons
Find classical music concert, opera, ballet and dance listings | Copenhagen
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CopenhagenThe Handmaid's TaleNew production

Ruders: The Handmaid's Tale
Giedrė Šlekytė; John Fulljames; Royal Danish Opera; Chloe Lamford; Christina Cunningham; Rachel Kelly; Sarah Champion

CopenhagenLa traviata

Verdi: La traviata
Richard Farnes; David Radok; Royal Danish Opera; Gisela Stille; Francesca Dotto; Francesco Castoro; Matteo Lippi

CopenhagenA Folk Tale

Hartmann: A Folk Tale
August Bournonville; Nikolaj Hübbe; Sorella Englund; Royal Danish Ballet; Tim Murray; Mia Stensgaard; Mikki Kunttu
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Leif Ove Andsnes returns to Grieg’s Piano Concerto in Tivoli Gardens

Leif Ove Andsnes and Concerto Copenhagen in rehearsal at Tivoli © Helge Hansen
After a twelve year absence from his schedule, the Norwegian pianist returns to the classic warhorse in a bracing concert given by Concerto Copenhagen. 
***11
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The other Lulu: a Danish rarity in Copenhagen

Dénise Beck (Sidi) and Henning von Schulman (Dilfeng) © Camilla Winther
Dénise Beck shines as the Princess Sidi in the Royal Danish Opera's production of Friedrich Kuhlau's Lulu, receiving its first performances in 180 years.
***11
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Carl Nielsen’s Maskarade: Love in the time of selfies

Kasper Holten's production of Carl Nielsen's delightful comedy Maskarade delights in Copenhagen.
***11
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The king is not well: Nielsen’s Saul og David

The Royal Danish Opera's new production of Carl Nielsen's first opera Saul og David updates the action to the present-day Middle east and, while well-sung, comes off as overly simplistic.
**111
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Send in the clowns: Stefan Herheim’s Lulu in Copenhagen

Zombie clowns abound in Stefan Herheim's uncomfortably comical and upsetting Copenhagen production of Alban Berg's Lulu.
*****
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