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Veranstaltungsort: Olavinlinna Castle, Savonlinna

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AdresseSavonlinna
Kymenlaakso
57150
Finnland
Google maps61° 52' 12.261" N 28° 52' 48.035" E
Juli 2021
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SavonlinnaCarmen

Savonlinna Opera Festival
Bizet: Carmen
Matti Hyökki; Marianne Mörck; Anna Kontek; Ann-Mari Anttila; Tuija Knihtilä; Amadi Lagha

SavonlinnaKing Roger

Savonlinna Opera Festival
Szymanowski: Król Roger
Ville Matvejeff; Krystian Lada; Didzis Jaunzems; Karol Kozłowski; Fredrik Zetterström; Helena Juntunen

SavonlinnaLa traviata

Savonlinna Opera Festival
Verdi: La traviata
Mariusz Treliński; Boris Kudlička; Gosia Baczyńska; Marjukka Tepponen; Antonio Poli

SavonlinnaIl barbiere di Siviglia

Savonlinna Opera Festival
Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia (Der Barbier von Sevilla)
Kari Heiskanen; Antti Mattila; Teemu Muurimäki; Annalisa Stroppa; Tuomas Katajala

SavonlinnaKarita Mattila – the grand festive gala

Savonlinna Opera Festival
Respighi, Verdi, Strauss R., Busoni, Ponchielli, Wagner
Savonlinna Opera Festival Orchestra; Hannu Lintu; Karita Mattila

SavonlinnaWerther

Savonlinna Opera Festival
Massenet: Werther
Kalle Kuusava; Fabrizio Melano; Croatian National Theatre Ivan pl. Zajc; Manuela Paladin Šabanović; Aljaž Farasin; Ivana Srbljan

SavonlinnaGiulio Cesare

Savonlinna Opera Festival
Händel: Giulio Cesare in Egitto, (Julius Caesar in Ägypten) HWV 17
Ville Matvejeff; Marin Blažević; Croatian National Theatre Ivan pl. Zajc; Dalibor Laginja; Sandra Dekanić; Anamarija Knego; Dubravka Šeparović Mušović

SavonlinnaWardruna

Savonlinna Opera Festival
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Satan, sex, blood and redemption: Faust in Finland

Clemens Unterreiner (Valentin) © Valtteri Hirvonen
Auguin conducted as if he really believes in this evergreen work, which was wonderful to hear in the composer’s rather overlooked anniversary year.
****1
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Staging, spectacle, singing: three-card trick at Savonlinna

Misha Didyk (Hermann) © Valtteri Hirvonen
This was more stadium rock than stuffy opera house, lighting as ‘metaphor made real’ as the lovers were – literally – star-struck, blinded by love.
****1
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Butterfly's castle: Puccini soars at Savonlinna

Sae-Kyung Rim (Cio-Cio-San) and Mikael Kohi © Soila Puurtinen
There is a reason that Butterfly has the highest blub factor in the repertory, for it is not only for Cio-Cio-San that we weep, but for ourselves. 
****1
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McVicar 's Rigoletto travels to the Savonlinna Festival

Ramë Lahaj (The Duke of Mantua) and Tuuli Takala (Gilda) © Soila Puurtinen, Itä-Savo
David McVicar's production may divide audiences with its no holds barred approach to the debauchery of the court of Mantua, but is well worth seeing for the Gilda of Tuuli Takala.
****1
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Kullervo at the Savonlinna Festival

Rusanen (Kullervo), Birthe Wingren (Blind Singer), Karlström (Kimmo), and Hannu Forsberg (Kalervo) © Soila Puurtinen, Itä-Savo
Kari Heiskanen's questionable production of Sallinen's bleak opera is revived with a superb cast under the nuanced baton of Hannu Lintu.
****1
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“Amid the black water": a sensational new work from Aulis Sallinen at the Savonlinna Festival

Olavinlinna Castle © Soila Puurtinen, Itä-Savo
The Castle in the Water, Sallinen's new “chronicle”, is a new work of innovative beauty. Tragic, comic and epic, in seventy-five minutes it tells the history of Olavinlinna and gives a snap-shot of those connected to it.
*****
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Savonlinna's Die Entführung aus dem Serail

Jyrki Korhonen (Osmin) and Tuomas Katajala (Belmonte) © Soila Puurtinen, Itä-savo
The opening production of the 2017 Savonlinna Opera Festival had an optimistic message, strongly delivered by a cast led by the exceptional Konstanze of Hulkar Sabirova.
****1
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A Finnish swan song at Savonlinna

Matti Salminen and conductor Leif Segerstam come together, probably for the last time, to give us an excellent evening's opera which touched the heart of Boris Godunov – a Finnish swan song as potent as anything penned by Sibelius.
****1
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