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Instrumento: Compañía de Teatro

Buscador de conciertos de música clásica, óperas, espectáculos de ballet y danza
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ParísLes Chanteurs d'oiseaux, Geneviève Laurenceau et Lidija Bizjak

Granados, Bartók, Vaughan Williams, Kreisler, Chopin, Liszt, Saint-Saëns, Stravinsky, Dvořák, Tchaikovsky
Geneviève Laurenceau; Lidija Bizjak; Les Chanteurs d'oiseaux
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Recuperar la inocencia: La flauta mágica en el Real

Andreas Wolf (Papageno) y Ruth Rosique (Papagena) © Javier del Real | Teatro Real
La producción de La flauta mágica de Kosky y Andrade regresa tras 4 años al Real con renovado éxito.

La flauta mágica en el Real: angelus kitsch

© Javier del Real | Teatro Real
La producción de la Komische Oper de Berlín de La flauta mágica se presenta de nuevo en el Teatro Real. Un montaje de inspiración cinematográfica que no acaba de reflejar los ideales del Singspiel de Mozart. 

Kosky's mesmerising Magic Flute in Auckland

Komische Oper Berlin's Zauberflöte © Michael Smith
The Queen of the Night appeared as a malevolent giant spider, complete with exoskeleton, threatening Tamino with her stabbing limbs and summoning hordes of smaller spiders to writhe over Pamina when the latter hesitated to commit to Sarastro's murder.

Betroffenheit: Pite,Young and the beauty of grief

Pite and Young's Betroffenheit © Wendy D Photography
The German word Betroffenheit doesn’t translate easily to English. Any German-English dictionary will spit out approximations like "shocked" and "dismayed", but for a real translation, see Crystal Pite and Jonathan Young’s challenging, beautiful work by the same name. 

Arvo Pärt’s Angel Music: poignant performances from the Scottish Ensemble and Vanishing Point

Tabula rasa © Hugh Carswell
What is it about Arvo Pärt’s ‘Angel Music’ that appeals to the dying? Vanishing Point’s theatre and Scottish Ensemble’s playing combine to produce a thoughtful and poignant performance.  

Thieving Magpie doesn’t quite take flight at La Scala

Alex Esposito (Fernando), Michele Pertusi (Il podestà) and Rosa Feola (Ninetta) © Marco Brescia & Rudy Amisano | Teatro alla Scala
La gazza ladra celebrates its 200th anniversary with a new production at La Scala, an earthbound effort from director Gabriele Salvatores, but it was Riccardo Chailly who drew the wrath of sections of the Milanese audience. 

Garsington's Dream devoid of magic

Garsington’s first collaboration with the Royal Shakespeare Company married an abridgement of Shakespeare’s play with Mendelssohn’s incidental music, a union which promised much but which stumbled awkwardly.