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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Strasbourg, France

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“The plague is with us”: Death in Venice hits close to the bone

Carried by a handful of standout performances, Britten’s story of madness and infection comes into its own in 2021, in the Opéra National du Rhin's clever and inventive staging. 

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Lightning strikes again in Strasbourg:

After their terrific Troyens in 2017, John Nelson, Michael Spyres, Joyce DiDonato and Nicolas Courjal return to Strasbourg for a fabulous Faust
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“Gloire à DiDonato”: Les Troyens in Strasbourg

Nothing is better than when Berlioz ramps up the decibels. With a huge orchestra and choir and a deluxe starry cast assembled in Strasbourg, this was a special performance. 
*****
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Madama Butterfly en noir et blanc à l’Opéra du Rhin

Fin de saison en demi-teinte à l'Opéra du Rhin avec une production de Madama Butterfly réussie côté mise en scène mais plus mitigée côté distribution.
***11
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Matthias Goerne trouve sa voix à l’Opéra du Rhin

L'Opéra du Rhin renoue avec les récitals, en invitant Matthias Goerne et Alexander Schmalcz à Strasbourg dans un programme post-romantique.
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Hymne à la vie à Strasbourg : Sibelius par l'Orchestre philharmonique

Sous la direction de son chef Marko Letonja, l'Orchestre philharmonique de Strasbourg a fêté dignement les retrouvailles avec son public via trois « Hymnes à la vie » de Greenwood, Mozart et Sibelius.
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