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Guide to Classical Music, Opera and Dance in Austria

Find classical music concert, opera, ballet and dance listings | Austria
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ViennaIsabelle Faust & Philippe Herreweghe

Beethoven, Schubert
Vienna Symphony Orchestra; Philippe Herreweghe; Isabelle Faust

ViennaDon Giovanni

Mozart: Don Giovanni
Michael Güttler; Jean-Louis Martinoty; Vienna State Opera; Hans Schavernoch; Yan Tax; Carlos Álvarez; Erwin Schrott

ViennaGrätzl-Konzert Neubau

Vienna Symphony Orchestra; Aziz Shokhakimov

ViennaLe nozze di Figaro

Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)
Sascha Goetzel; Jean-Louis Martinoty; Vienna State Opera; Hans Schavernoch; Sylvie de Segonzac; Samuel Hasselhorn; Anita Hartig

ViennaArabella

Strauss R.: Arabella
Cornelius Meister; Sven-Eric Bechtolf; Vienna State Opera; Rolf Glittenberg; Marianne Glittenberg; Camilla Nylund; Tomasz Konieczny
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Energetic Prokofiev and lush Rachmaninov from the Symphoniker

Martha Argerich © Adriano Heitman
Argerich sprinted through technical runs with her characteristic articulation and breathtaking technique, and made Prokofiev's Third seem like child’s play.
****1
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Puccini is Calaf in Wiener Staatsoper's Turandot

Roberto Alagna (Puccini/Calaf) © Wiener Staatsoper | Michael Pöhn
A pleasurable evening of surprises in Marco Arturo Marelli’s Turandot.
****1
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Giants, prodigies and miniatures at the Musikverein

Lahav Shani © Marco Borggreve
All the light, tuneful melodies and tuttis of the Ninth Symphony are still somehow Shostakovich, but a Shostakovich during a rare period where he seems to be taking antidepressants.
****1
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Theater an der Wien premieres Christian Jost's Egmont

Edgaras Montvidas (Count Egmont) and Bo Skovhus (Duke of Alba) © Monika Rittershaus
Keith Warner directs a new opera which packs in betrayal, murder, oppression, freedom, love and the Spanish Inquisition into a mere 90 minutes.
****1
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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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