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Composer: Rossini, Gioacchino (1792-1868)

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BernKehraus - Wir räumen das Casino

Rossini, Handel, Grieg, Beethoven, Haydn
Bern Symphony Orchestra; Mario Venzago; Frank Dupree

LowestoftLast Night of the Proms

Rossini, Tchaikovsky, Brahms, Arne, Parry, Elgar
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Stephen Bell; Sarah Redgwick

BrnoThe Barber of Seville

Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville)
Ondrej Olos; Sandro Santillo; Janáček Opera NTB; Michele Chiapperino

AmsterdamOpera Zuid plays Rossini's The Barber of Seville

Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville)
Per-Otto Johansson; Opera Zuid; Madieke Marjon; Willem de Vries; Stefan Stoll; Veerle Sanders

ParisRossini, Rota, Revueltas, Gershwin

Rossini, Rota, Revueltas, Gershwin
Orchestre National de France; Gustavo Gimeno; Maria Chirokoliyska
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BBC Cardiff Singer of the World 2017: A Thrilling Finale

A thrilling finale to the 2017 Cardiff Singer of the World

Grace and delirium: Michieletto's Viaggio lands in Rome

Lord Sidney's contemplation of the insanity of the world seems to be the impetus for this delirious production. So endless is its stream of gags that to attend this show is to be left feeling exhausted.
****1
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Rosenblatt bows out in style with a fine recital from Nahuel di Pierro

It's typical that in the last concert in a series that has lasted seventeen years, we had a recital from a talented young singer with a growing reputation, a Rosenblatt classic.
****1
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Cecilia Bartoli debuts La donna del lago at the Whitsun Salzburg Festival

Bartoli shines in another Rossini role supported by an uneven cast.
**111
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An operatic big hitter: Juan Diego Flórez

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.
****1
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