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StockholmMartin Fröst's Genesis

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Hillborg, of Bingen, Telemann, Piazzolla, Dominique, Schumann, Traditional, Lutosławski, Jennefelt, Messiaen, Fröst, Bartók
Königliches Philharmonisches Orchester Stockholm; Martin Fröst; Cecilie Løkken; Sara Cazzanelli; Magnus Holmander

StockholmMartin Fröst's Dollhouse

© Mats Bäcker
Fröst, Falla, Sørensen, Dukas, Strawinsky, Hillborg
Königliches Philharmonisches Orchester Stockholm; Martin Fröst; Magnus Holmander; Ingrid Meidell Noodt

StockholmMartin Fröst's Retrotopia

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Mozart, Beethoven, Borisova-Ollas, Mühlrad, Fröst, Nordin
Königliches Philharmonisches Orchester Stockholm; Martin Fröst; Virpi Pahkinen; Linus Fellbom
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WNO’s Figaro revival crackles with humour and exudes joie de vivre

Soraya Mafi (Susanna) and Anita Watson (Countess) © Richard Hubert Smith
A solid Figaro in Cardiff, in which individual performances are a joy, and humour abounds. 

Click bait: an effective new Traviata at the Komische Oper

Natalya Pavlova (Violetta) © Iko Freese | drama.berlin.de
Nicola Raab's production doesn't quite provide the bold rethinking it promises, but stylish execution and a fine cast make for an effective modern Traviata

Handel’s Ariodante in Drottningholm's magical setting

Ann Hallenberg (Ariodante) and Roberta Mameli (Ginevra) © Mats Bäcker
A splendid cast led by Ann Hallenberg does justice to an integral version of Handel’s masterpiece under the baton of Ian Page.

Progress thwarted: Stravinsky's Rake at the Elbphilharmonie

Barbara Hannigan, Gyula Rab and Ensemble Ludwig © Daniel Dittus
Despite some fine young voices, a concert staging of The Rake's Progress proves problematic in Hamburg.

Vampires take centre-stage at Royal Swedish Opera

Ola Eliasson (Dracula) and Elisabeth Meyer (Minna) © Carl Thorborg
A frightyfully enjoyable world premiere of Victoria Borisova-Ollas first opera, turned into a giant Halloween party, where the Kungliga Operan is invaded by an audience of vampires, emaciated Victorian ladies and sinister characters.