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December 2022
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ParisLSO on tour

Schumann, Rachmaninov
London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Simon Rattle; Dame Mitsuko Uchida

ToulouseVisions of the future

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Adès, Rachmaninov, Stravinsky
Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse; Dima Slobodeniouk; Lukas Geniušas


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Various: Carmen
Johan Inger; Compañía Nacional de Danza; Curt Allen Wilmer; David Delfín; Gregor Acuña-Pohl

ParisThis is how you will disappear

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This is how you will disappear
Gisele Vienne; DACM; José Enrique Oña Selfa; Patrick Riou


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Julien: Variation(s)
Rachid Ouramdane; Chaillot - Théâtre national de la Danse; Sylvain Giraudeau; Stéphane Graillot; Annie Hanauer; Ruben Sanchez
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Operetta with teeth: Offenbach’s La Périchole at the TCE

Laurent Pelly’s new production combines froth and hilarity with a dark, satirical heart; Marc Minkowski and the orchestra seduce us.
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Charpentier in his home: David et Jonathas at Versailles

Charpentiers “biblical tragedy” exudes energy, with Reinoud van Mechelen an outstanding David and fabulous period playing from Gaétan Jarry and his Ensemble Marguerite Louise.
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Unhappy ever after: Gluck's Armide returns to Paris

Excellent performances and stage direction make a good case for an opera that's on the slow side dramatically.
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Sex, war and ice-cream: Freitag aus Licht at the Opéra de Lille

Four down, three to go: Le Balcon’s accomplished staging of Stockhausen's Licht cycle reaches its most problematic instalment.

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A moving tribute to Lars Vogt by the Orchestre de chambre de Paris

Embraced by Daniel Harding, Ian Bostridge, Christian Tetzlaff, Alban Gerhardt and Paul Lewis, the Parisian ensemble gives an exceptional concert, faithful to Lars Vogt’s way of making music.
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