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StuttgartAIM by Kyle Abraham: Mixed Programs

Bernstein, Patton
Kyle Abraham; Abraham.In.Motion

StuttgartSol Gambetta & Jakub Hrůša

Dvořák, Suk, Janáček
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra; Jakub Hrůša; Sol Gabetta

StuttgartBeethoven, Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Barber

Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Barber
Orpheus Chamber Orchestra; Jan Lisiecki

StuttgartMayerlingNew production

Friedemann Vogel © Stuttgarter Ballett
Liszt: Mayerling
Sir Kenneth MacMillan; Stuttgart Ballet; James Tuggle; Jürgen Rose; Reinhard Traub

StuttgartCosì fan tutte

Mozart: Così fan tutte
Cornelius Meister; Yannis Houvardas; Oper Stuttgart; Herbert Murauer; Anja Rabes; Laura Wilde; Stephanie Lauricella

StuttgartIphigénie en TaurideNew production

Amanda Majeski (Iphigénie) © Martin Sigmund
Gluck: Iphigénie en Tauride
Stefano Montanari; Krzysztof Warlikowski; Oper Stuttgart; Małgorzata Szczęśniak; Amanda Majeski; Jarrett Ott
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In Konwitschny's modern Medea, monsters are made by men

Sebastian Kohlhepp (Jason) and Cornelia Ptassek (Medea) © Thomas Aurin
Director Peter Konwitschny's staging of Cherubini's Medea critiques rejection and mistreatment of refugees. A strong new German translation and a talented cast make this a must-see.
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Rousseau and a boxing ring: Ariodante in Stuttgart

Ariodante in Stuttgart © Christoph Kalscheuer
In Jussi Wieler and Sergio Morabito’s pugilistic production of Ariodante, the singers needed as much physical and gymnastic dexterity as vocal finesse.
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Sex and violence in the ghetto: Pique Dame

Shigeo Ishino (Yeletsky), Erin Caves (Herman) and Helene Schneiderman © A.T. Schaefer
Oper Stuttgart’s new production of The Queen of Spades (Pique-Dame) pushes a directorial tendency to update opera to a modern setting to an extreme.
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Devil in the detail: Gounod's Faust in Stuttgart

Atalla Ayan (Faust) and Adam Palka (Méphistophélès) © Thomas Aurin
A thrilling new staging of Gounod's opera from the team that brought Bayreuth its current Ring, with musical rewards to match.
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Modern terror: Salome in Stuttgart

Matthias Klink (Herod) and Simone Schneider (Salome) © A.T. Schaefer | Oper Stuttgart
Director Kirill Serebrennikov gives us a frightening new reality of the modern world beset by war and terrorism in his reimagining of Strauss's Salome
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Une folle journée: Bieito's Platée

Bieito and Oper Stuttgart's Platée is a true riot, with outstanding vocal performances from Thomas Walker in the cross-dressing title role, and Lenneke Ruiten as a rock star, guitar-toting La Folie.
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