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FEATURED FESTIVALS
Aldeburgh Festival
Country:
UK
Dates:
June 8th - 24th, 2018
Category:
Contemporary
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Festival d'Aix-en-Provence
Country:
France
Dates:
July 4th - 24th, 2018
Category:
Opera
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Savonlinna Opera Festival
Country:
Finland
Dates:
July 6th - August 4th, 2018
Category:
Opera
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Istanbul Music Festival
Country:
Turkey
Dates:
May 23th - June 12th, 2018
Category:
Chamber, Symphonic, Voice
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Glyndebourne Festival
Country:
UK
Dates:
May 19th - August 26th, 2018
Category:
Opera
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Internationale Händel-Festspiele Karlsruhe
Country:
Germany
Dates:
February 16th - March 2nd, 2018
Category:
Baroque
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Holland Festival
Country:
The Netherlands
Dates:
June 7th - July 1st, 2018
Category:
Performing arts
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Göttingen International Handel Festival
Country:
Germany
Dates:
May 10th - 21st, 2018
Category:
Baroque
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New Music Dublin
Country:
Ireland
Dates:
March 1st - 4th, 2018
Category:
Contemporary
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ARTICLES

Baroque experimentalism at Oranjewoud Festival

Musica Sequenza © Sophie Schwarzenberger
Oranjewoud Festival in Friesland, the Netherlands, tempers envelope-pushing with tradition. 

New Music Dublin: iconoclastic and eclectic

John Harris © Wattie Cheung
An introduction to the latest iteration of Dublin’s foremost contemporary music festival, the first overseen by artistic director John Harris.

A cultural melting pot: the Istanbul Music Festival

Aya Irini © IKSV
The three-week festival is a highlight of the Turkish classical year, attracting a huge number of visitors, with opportunities to explore this fascinating capital city, as well as soak up music in wonderful locations.

Opera Festival highlights for Summer 2018

Glyndebourne © Mark Pullinger
Country opera house picnics, floating stages and opera under the French stars. Our 2018 opera festivals guide has something for everyone!

Tannhäuser, Tristan, Der Ring: Ádám Fischer habla sobre Wagner

Ádám Fischer © Szilvia Csibi | Müpa Budapest
En los Wagner Days de Budapest de 2018 el creador del festival dirigirá Tannhäuser y Tristan und Isolde. Habla con nosotros sobre lo que hace funcionar sus producciones, el Müpa y sobre un renovado Anillo para 2019.

Foreign Worlds explored at the Handel Halle Festival

Handel, by Louis-François Roubiliac © Wikicommons
The Handel Festival Halle this year is programmed under the title “Foreign Worlds”, reflecting not only the cultural influences he drew from his travels abroad, but his fascination with distant lands. 
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Postcard from Wrocław

Old Town Hall © Urząd Miejski Wrocławia Biuro Promocji Miasta i Turystyki
The hardest task facing foreign visitors to the fascinating Polish city of Wrocław is how to pronounce it. 

Postcard from Valldemossa, Majorca

Chopin's Piano © David Karlin | Bachtrack Ltd
The site of Chopin and George Sand's unhappy winter – still containing Chopin's Pleyel "pianino" – makes for a delightful short visit.

Postcard from St Petersburg

The Bronze Horseman - Peter the Great © David Karlin | Bachtrack Ltd
With great music, exceptional palaces and unique architecture, if you have any pretensions to knowing the great cities of the world, Saint Petersburg just has to be on your bucket list.
REVIEWS
Bayreuth

Musically sublime, packed with ideas

Johannes Martin Kränzle (Beckmesser) © Enrico Nawrath
The label “most opera directors” does *not* apply to Barrie Kosky, who makes his Bayreuth debut with a Meistersinger that pulls no punches.
Stockholm

Rex tremendae majestatis: Stravinsky at the Baltic Sea Festival

Joseph Kaiser (Oedipus) © Arne Hyckenberg
Peter Sellars's much-travelled staging of Stravinsky's Oedipus Rex provided a powerful opening for the 15th Baltic Sea Festival under the festival's artistic director Esa-Pekka Salonen.
Perth

Jordi Savall captivates again at Perth Festival

Jordi Savall © Teresa Llordes
A second concert featuring Jordi Savall at the 2018 Perth Festival comprised much reduced forces - just himself and harpist Andrew Lawrence-King - but was just as rich, varied and captivating.
Edinburgh

De Keersmaeker brings Rain to Edinburgh

Rain © Anne Van Aerschot
At the Edinburgh Playhouse, choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker and her dance company Rosas present Rain, set to the music of minimalist composer Steve Reich, for the Edinburgh International Festival.
Salzburg

Netrebko triumphs as Aida

Anna Netrebko (Aida) © Salzburger Festspiele | Monika Rittershaus
Muti's reading of the score is extraordinary, both for its sophistication and originality.
London

Pagés' Yo Carmen comes to London

© David Ruano
Made in 2014, Yo Carmen was featured in last year’s Edinburgh Festival.  It is a show with a powerful message and one which is occasionally riveting, mostly when Pagés herself is the focus of attention.
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