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ÁmsterdamAufstieg und Fall der Stadt MahagonnyNew production

Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny
Weill: Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny
Markus Stenz; Ivo van Hove; Dutch National Opera; Jan Versweyveld; An D'Huys; Doris Soffel; Alan Oke

BochumPrisoner of the State

Lang: Prisoner of the State
Bochumer Symphoniker; Steven Sloane; Claron McFadden; Alan Oke; Jarrett Ott; Davóne Tines

BrujasPrisoner of the State

Lang: Prisoner of the State
Bochumer Symphoniker; Steven Sloane; Claron McFadden; Alan Oke; Jarrett Ott; Davóne Tines

RotterdamPrisoner of the State

Lang: Prisoner of the State
Bochumer Symphoniker; Steven Sloane; Claron McFadden; Alan Oke; Jarrett Ott; Davóne Tines

GlyndebourneThe Rake's Progress

Stravinsky: The Rake's Progress
Jakub Hrůša; John Cox; Glyndebourne Festival Opera; David Hockney; Ben Bliss; Matthew Rose
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Enescus komplexer Oedipe in Amsterdam

Johan Reuter (Oedipe) © Monika Rittershaus | DNO 2018
Àlex Ollé inszeniert ein alle Sinne überwaltigendes Fest für die Augen.

The assault on Valhalla begins: Das Rheingold at ROH

Lauren Fagan, Angela Simkin, Christina Bock, Johannes Martin Kränzle © ROH 2018 | Bill Cooper
Antonio Pappano and the Royal Opera Orchestra get the Ring cycle off to a blazing start; unusually, it's Lise Davidsen and the female cast who take the vocal honours.

The Skating Rink: Shivers up and down the spine

Alice Poggio (Skater) © Johan Persson
Tough, thrilling, ambitious and new: The Skating Rink is an exciting new major commission by Garsington, and its world première delivered on every level.

The Rake’s Progress in the here and now at Dutch National Opera

Andrew Watts (Baba the Turk) and Paul Appleby (Tom Rakewell) © Monika Rittershaus
Virtuoso modern stagecraft and a fine cast combine in a very enjoyable, present-day Rake’s Progress.

An arresting From the House of the Dead

Alan Oke (Skuratov) © Clive Barda
David Pountney's House of the Dead makes for high entertainment at Welsh National Opera.