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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Stuttgart, Germany

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StuttgartZKO on Tour

Gershwin, Bernstein, Weill, Copland
Zurich Chamber Orchestra; Daniel Hope

StuttgartThe Love for Three Oranges

Prokofiev: L’amour des trois oranges (The Love for Three Oranges)
Killian Farrell; Axel Ranisch; Staatsoper Stuttgart; Saskia Wunsch; Bettina Werner; Reinhard Traub; Staatsorchester Stuttgart

StuttgartJuditha triumphansNew production

Vivaldi: Juditha triumphans, RV 644
Benjamin Bayl; Silvia Costa; Staatsoper Stuttgart; Laura Dondoli; Bernd Purkrabek; Staatsorchester Stuttgart

StuttgartCurrentzis conducts Brahms, Messiaen and Bång

Brahms, Messiaen, Bång
SWR Symphony Orchestra; Teodor Currentzis; Vadym Kholodenko


Puccini: Tosca
Giuliano Carella; Willy Decker; Staatsoper Stuttgart; Killian Farrell; Wolfgang Gussmann; Staatsorchester Stuttgart

StuttgartHänsel und GretelNew production

Humperdinck: Hänsel und Gretel
Alevtina Ioffe; Axel Ranisch; Staatsoper Stuttgart; Saskia Wunsch; Alfred Mayerhofer; Reinhard Traub; Staatsorchester Stuttgart
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Bang to rights: a rare outing for an opera from the former GDR

Die Verurteilung des Lukullus, Paul Dessau and Bertolt Brecht's political satire about a Roman general judged for his deeds after death, has lost none of its relevance in Staatsoper Stuttgart's new production. 
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Alina Ibragimova and Nils Mönkemeyer in love with Mozart

The soloists turn out to be the perfect couple, while the camerawork covers the action like it was a soccer match.
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Freshly hatched: Gauthier Dance's Dying Swans Project

A very mixed set of filmed solos themed around The Dying Swan, although this link was often tenuous.
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Spookiness in Stuttgart with Eschenbach and Kopatchinskaja

The darker sides of Romantic inventiveness are explored in Schumann’s neglected violin concerto and the clandestine woodland rustle of Dvořák’s G major symphony.


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In Konwitschny's modern Medea, monsters are made by men

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

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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