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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in France

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MarseilleLakmé

Delibes: Lakmé
Robert Tuohy; Lilo Baur; Caroline Ginet; Hanna Sjödin; Anaïs Constans; Sabine Devieilhe

DijonNabucco (Falvetti)In concert

Falvetti: Nabucco
Leonardo Garcia Alarcón; Fernando Guimarães; Alejandro Meerapfel; Christopher Lowrey; Caroline Weynants

RouenHarmonic Inspirations I

Vivaldi, Reich
B'Rock Orchestra

ParisSchubert, Brahms, Schumann

Schubert, Brahms, Schumann
Sofi Jeannin; Anne Le Bozec; Maîtrise de Radio France

ParisRavel

Ravel
Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France; Mikko Franck; Alisa Kolosova
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“Gloire à DiDonato”: Les Troyens in Strasbourg

Nothing is better than when Berlioz ramps up the decibels. With a huge orchestra and choir and a deluxe starry cast assembled in Strasbourg, this was a special performance. 
*****
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Rites of Spring: Tcherniakov embraces Rimsky

This Paris production of The Snow Maiden proves that director Dmitri Tcherniakov is today's greatest champion of Rimsky-Korsakov's operas. 
****1
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By the rivers of Babylon: Widmann at the Philharmonie

A startling new work from Jörg Widmann follows disciplined Beethoven at the Philharmonie. 
****1
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Warlikowski's provocative Iphigénie en Tauride

A compelling staging of Gluck's 1779 opera in Paris. 
***11
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Reich celebrations at the Paris Philharmonie

Five hours of repetitive music on a Sunday evening may be a hellish way for some to end the week; fortunately, I belong in the second category. A concert series named “Steve Reich Unlimited” therefore required no further selling points.
****1
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