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Performer: María José Siri

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TurinManon Lescaut

Maria José Siri (Manon Lescaut) and Dalibor Jenis (Lescaut) © Ramella & Giannese | Teatro Regio di Torino
Puccini: Manon Lescaut
Gianandrea Noseda; Vittorio Borrelli; Teatro Regio di Torino; Thierry Flamand; Christian Gasc; María José Siri; Gregory Kunde
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Es gab schon mal mehr Feuer: Il trovatore in Wien

Maria José Siri (Leonora) und Yusif Eyvazov (Manrico) © Wiener Staatsoper | Michael Pöhn
Zwei kurzfristige Umbesetzungen und ein blasses Regiekonzept: Statt feuriger Saisoneröffnung mit Glamourfaktor loderte lediglich ein guter Repertoireabend. 
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María José Siri shines as Norma in Naples

María José Siri (Norma) and Silvia Tro Santafé (Adalgisa) © Luciano Romano
Lorenzo Amato penetrates deep into the recesses of Bellini's opera. 
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Verdi Wars: Frank Castorf’s Forza del destino at Deutsche Oper

Russell Thomas (Don Alvaro) and Markus Brück (Don Carlo) © Thomas Aurin

Audience uproar brings a much needed sense of theatre to a disappointing production of Verdi’s middle-period epic.

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Manon Lescaut brilliantly performed at Deutsche Oper

Manon Lescaut © Bettina Stöß (2015)
Deutsche Oper Berlin's revival of Manon Lescaut achieves a rare theatrical success; a witty and visually stunning production combined with thrilling music making in the pit with Sir Simon Rattle leading the orchestra and singers with emotional urgency.
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A traditional Attila at the Verdi Festival in Parma

Riccardo Zanellato (Attila) © Roberto Ricci
Traditionally, Italy's most unforgiving loggionisti are reputed to reside at Parma's Teatro Regio. Thankfully for the cast, they appear to be a dying breed.
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Francesca da Rimini returns to La Scala

Maria José Siri (Francesca) and Marcelo Puente (Paolo) © Brescia & Amisano | Teatro alla Scala
The use in the score of ancient musical instruments is what differentiates this work: pifferi, a lute, a “viola pomposa” give this work a distinctive flavour.
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