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Composer: Menotti, Gian Carlo (1911-2007)

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Year of birth1911
Year of death2007
Period20th century
April 2019
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BergenCharlie Albright

Beethoven, Menotti, Chopin
Charlie Albright, Piano

ToulonLe Téléphone / Amélia va au bal

Jurjen Hempel; Sylvie Laligne; Opéra de Toulon; Giovanna Fiorentini; Micaëla Oeste; Guillaume Andrieux

Frankfurt am MainThe Medium / SatyriconNew production

Menotti, Maderna
Simone Di Felice; Hans Walter Richter; Oper Frankfurt; Kaspar Glarner; Cornelia Schmidt; Louise Alder; Barbara Zechmeister
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Menotti's fiercely topical Consul at Guildhall

Michelle Alexander (Magda Sorel) © Clive Barda
Guildhall School of Music and Drama tackles Gian Carlo Menotti's rarity, a tale of stateless and paperless 'citizens of nowhere' seeking refuge amid Kafkaesque bureaucracy. 
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Amahl and the Night Visitors: a joyful Christmas fable

This exquisite children’s opera, rarely performed in Adelaide, received a welcome return to inspire a new generation of admirers. 
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Knock, Knock, Who's There? Menotti's The Medium at Grimeborn Festival

Menotti's strange morality tale about the dangers of conjuring up responses from the Other Side gets an original and creative outing at Grimeborn, including an aerialist on stage at all times. 
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A Menotti evening with l'Atelier Lyrique de l'Opéra de Montréal

The Atelier Lyrique of the Opéra de Montréal has a long tradition of nurturing incredible vocal talent, such talent which quite often develops into successful international careers in opera. It is, essentially, a young artists program for the most hard-working young singers in the region.
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Philippe Sly Hits the Jackpot in Montreal Voice Competition

The Montreal International Musical Competition, this year devoted to voice, ended on a high note with the Winners’ Gala Concert on June 8. First, Second and Third Prize winners sang two arias each, but, in a gratifying show of solidarity with the remaining finalists, the program afforded concertgoers the opportunity to hear the five runners-up as well.