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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Austria

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GrafeneggThe Czech Philharmonic in Grafenegg I

Kabeláč, Mahler
Czech Philharmonic; Semyon Bychkov

GrafeneggThe Czech Philharmonic in Grafenegg II

Brahms, Dvořák
Czech Philharmonic; Semyon Bychkov; Rudolf Buchbinder

ViennaThe Czech Philharmonic in Vienna I

Smetana: Má vlast (My Fatherland)
Czech Philharmonic; Semyon Bychkov

ViennaThe Czech Philharmonic in Vienna II

Kabeláč, Stravinsky, Dvořák
Czech Philharmonic; Semyon Bychkov; Yuja Wang

ViennaThe Czech Philharmonic in Vienna III

Ullmann, Martinů, Janáček
Czech Philharmonic; Semyon Bychkov; Singverein der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Wien; Johannes Prinz; Thomas Quasthoff; Katia Labèque
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Vienna's “Lohengrin in Lederhosen” redeemed by musical performances

The performance of Wagner’s Lohengrin transcends Andreas Homoki's curious staging, redeemed by vocal and orchestral performances that shine in their nuanced artistry.
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Baroque modernity: Jan Lauwers’ Poppea at the Wiener Staatsoper

Kate Lindsey’s voice is luminous, effortlessly regulated in every register, and intertwined magically with the gleaming soprano of Slávka Zámečníková, a very special new jewel in the Staatsoper ensemble who is every inch a star.
*****
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A true Trionfo in Salzburg

A new, insightful production by Robert Carsen gives life to Handel’s early oratorio at the Salzburg Whitsun Festival, with a magnificent cast led by Cecilia Bartoli.
*****
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Gounod in the Time of Corona: Frank Castorf's many-layered Faust

Faust and Méphistophélès pal around like buddies in Castorf's multi-media staging, the devil here less diabolical and more anarchistic party-boy. 
****1
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Excellent revival of Claus Guth's Saul at Theater an der Wien

“How Excellent.”  The first words sung in Handel’s Saul are in praise of God and were first uttered in a performance nearly three centuries ago. But they apply equally to Claus Guth’s interpretation of the work staged by Theater an der Wien.
*****
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