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Composer: Loewe, Frederick (1901-1988)

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Year of birth1901
Year of death1988
NationalityGermany
Period20th century
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AmsterdamBravo Broadway: from Cabaret to Chicago

Bravo Broadway: from Cabaret to Chicago
Styne, Berlin, Porter, Loewe, Gershwin, Bernstein, Anderson-Lopez
Württembergische Philharmonie Reutlingen; Fawzi Haimor; Alli Mauzey; Hugh Panaro

BerlinMy Fair Lady

© Iko Freese
Loewe: My Fair Lady
Peter Christian Feigel; Andreas Homoki; Komische Oper Berlin; Frank Philipp Schlößmann; Mechthild Seipel; Arturo Gama; Franck Evin
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Brigadoon charms in Austrian premiere at the Volksoper

Brigadoon © Barbara Palffy | Volksoper Wien
Movement was so effectively utilised in this production, with elements of ballet, modern and Scottish folk melded in true Agnes de Mille fashion.
****1
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Sir Bryn Terfel entertains and charms in Dublin

Sir Bryn Terfel © Mitch Jenkins | DG

Terfel delivers a dramatic Wagner, a witty Mozart and plenty of chutzpah in the Broadway hits. 

****1
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Renée in the OC: Fleming opens Pacific Symphony season

Renée Fleming and Carl St Clair © Nick Koon
Renée Fleming joins the Pacific Symphony for Strauss, Italian Songs and Rodgers and Hammerstein. 
****1
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My Fair Dame: Julie Andrews reigns in Sydney

Anna O'Byrne (Eliza Doolittle) © Jeff Busby
What a delight to revisit this 60th anniversary production of My Fair Lady in the directorial hands of its original Eliza, Dame Julie Andrews. 
****1
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Glimmerglass Festival's Camelot fit for a king

What does any theatergoer want from a stage musical? For starters, beautiful singing, solid acting, striking costumes, clever direction, and characters to love and to loathe. A melodic score with a few toe-tappers and a smart book and lyrics. The new production of Camelot presented at the Glimmerglass Festival is that theatergoer’s dream – a crowning glory, a royal treat.
*****
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