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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Dublin, Ireland

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DublinNSO and Maxim Vengerov

Boyle, Shostakovich
National Symphony Orchestra; David Brophy; Maxim Vengerov

DublinNSO and Kenneth Montgomery

Tchaikovsky, O'Leary, Beethoven
National Symphony Orchestra; Kenneth Montgomery; Finghin Collins

DublinNSO and Angela Gheorghiu

Verdi, Giordani, Gluck, Puccini, Dvořák, Gounod, Catalani, Bizet, Massenet, Bernstein, Ivanovici, de Curtis
National Symphony Orchestra; Ciprian Teodorascu; Angela Gheorghiu

DublinNSO and Diego Matheuz

Farrenc, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky
National Symphony Orchestra; Diego Matheuz; Daniel Lozakovich

DublinNSO and Mihhail Gerts

Brahms, Strauss R.
National Symphony Orchestra; Mihhail Gerts; Alena Baeva

DublinWilliam TellNew production

Rossini: Guillaume Tell (William Tell)
Fergus Sheil; Julien Chavaz; Irish National Opera; Jamie Vartan; Severine Besson; Sinéad Wallace; Irish National Opera Orchestra
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Mixed success for Irish National Opera's Maria Stuarda

Tara Erraught stars as the eponymous heroine with Anna Devin as her nemesis Elizabeth I in Donizetti's Maria Stuarda, but Tom Creed's modern update fails to convince at the Gaiety Theatre, Dublin. 
***11
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Irish National Opera's entertaining Carmen is a hit in Dublin

Paul Curran's production of Carmen is entertaining and slick, with Paula Murrihy as a feisty heroine.
***11
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A resonant Fidelio from Irish National Opera

Under director Annabelle Comyn’s modern setting, we have a moving, convincing Fidelio to resonate with our current age.  
****1
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Spiritually uplifting Bach from the Bach Collegium Japan

Three beautiful cantatas from Bach and his Mass in F major made for a rewarding concert with the Bach Collegium Japan. Suzuki directs a thoughtful and heartfelt rendition and is joined by a quartet of excellent soloists. 
****1
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Outstanding performance from Simon Trpčeski in Dublin

Showing exquisite tonal colouring in Brahms and Liszt, Trpčeski mesmirised the audience with his bravura in Mussorgsky and Prokofiev. 
****1
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Outstanding concert by Montero, Martín and the RTÉ NSO

New chief conductor Jaime Martín proved to be on fire getting the best from the RTÉ NSO in tonight's works by Mendelssohn, Mozart and Beethoven, while Venezuelan pianist Gabriela Montero delights with her musicianship and improvisation.
*****
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