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Composer: Cimarosa, Domenico (1749-1801)

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Year of birth1749
Year of death1801
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LondonBenedetti plays Mendelssohn

© Photographer: Andy Gotts
Cimarosa, Mendelssohn, Schubert
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment; Sir Roger Norrington; Nicola Benedetti

LuganoOrchestra della Svizzera italiana al LAC

Orchestra della Svizzera italiana al LAC
Cimarosa, Mozart, Stravinsky
Orchestra della Svizzera italiana; Charles Dutoit; Alena Baeva

MadridMúsica y religiones

Música y religiones
Cimarosa, Haydn
Orquesta de la Comunidad de Madrid; Mireia Barrera; María José Muñoz; Maite Raga; Coro de la Comunidad de Madrid; Grete Pedersen
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Secrets in an Italian summer: Cimarosa's Matrimonio segreto

Benedetta Torre (Carolina), Alasdair Kent (Paolino) © Clarissa Lapolla
The best-laid plans go astray when the noble Count Robinson falls for the wrong sister, setting up a lovely night of opera.
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Tender and mischievous: Ottensamer in London

Andreas Ottensamer © Lars Borges
Ottensamer shared the stage at Wigmore Hall with pianist José Gallardo and together they took it by storm with the erupting scalar passages in the first movement of Weber’s Grand Duo concertant.
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An operatic big hitter: Juan Diego Flórez

Juan Diego Flórez © Simon Fowler | Decca
This was less a concert of two halves than one of two tenors: able to dramatise the music of Puccini and Verdi far more effectively than his earlier Mozart, Flórez came alive.
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In Amsterdam, a Matrimonio segreto for the future

Young singers, musicians and designers in this Matrimonio segreto co-produced by the three main opera companies in the Netherlands show that, on the stage and in the pit at least, the future of opera is bright.
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Evergreen Arts Florissants and youthful Jardin des Voix

An imaginatively programmed and deftly executed concert from William Christie's Arts Florissants and Jardin des Voix offers many delights in the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall.
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