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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Netherlands

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AmsterdamProkofiev and Tchaikovsky

© Marco Borggreve
Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev
Netherlands Radio Philharmonic; Dima Slobodeniouk

UtrechtRequiem

Forte, Pärt, Schubert, Mozart
B'Rock Orchestra; Peter Dijkstra; Kateřina Kněžíková; Kristina Hammarström; Jussi Myllys; Andreas Wolf

AmsterdamIl barbiere di SivigliaNew production

Il barbiere di Siviglia at Dutch National Opera © Marco Borggreve | DNO 2018
Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville)
Maurizio Benini; Lotte de Beer; Dutch National Opera; Julian Crouch; René Barbera; Nino Machaidze

AmsterdamJerusalem Quartet and Sharon Kam

© Felix Broede
Haydn, Shostakovich, Brahms
Jerusalem Quartet; Sharon Kam

RotterdamBeethoven 5

Beethoven, Connesson
Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra; Nathalie Stutzmann; Kirill Gerstein
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“Let them eat cake!” A revolutionary Barbiere at DNO

Il barbiere di Siviglia at Dutch National Opera © Marco Borggreve | DNO 2018
Lotte de Beer’s Il barbiere di Siviglia for Dutch National Opera seems a surprisingly traditional spectacle... although it does come with a twist.
****1
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A dystopian police state for Reisopera's new Tosca

Phillip Rhodes (Scarpia) and Kari Postma (Tosca) © Marco Borggreve
A fine cast convinces in Dutch Reisopera's new Tosca, staged in a dystopian police state.
***11
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Brownlee and Spyres: so much more than vocal jousting

Michael Spyres and Lawrence Brownlee © Ronald Knapp
Top tenors Lawrence Brownlee and Michael Spyres dared to duel at the Concertgebouw. Both emerged victorious, and not just because of the volley of sensational top notes.
****1
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Symphonically lustrous Weill at the Concertgebouw

Cristian Măcelaru © Adriane White
Performing both works for the first time, the RCO capered crisply through Shostakovich’s Suite from The Nose and played sumptuously in Weill’s The Seven Deadly Sins, with captivating songstress Wende.
****1
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A heartfelt Dame aux camélias at Dutch National Ballet

Anna Tsygankova (Marguerite) and James Stout (Armand) © Marc Haegeman
For a ticket to 19th-century romance, head to Amsterdam, where John Neumeier's story will stir your heart and lift you up.
****1
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