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Intérprete: Burkhard Fritz

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ColoniaDie tote StadtNew production

Korngold: Die tote Stadt (The Dead City)
Gabriel Feltz; Tatjana Gürbaca; Oper Köln; Stefan Heyne; Silke Willrett; Andreas Grüter; Burkhard Fritz
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EdinburghGötterdämmerung

Christine Goerke © Ryan Buchanan
Wagner: Götterdämmerung
Sir Andrew Davis; Christine Goerke; Burkhard Fritz; Josef Wagner; Amber Wagner
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Götterdämmerung: a truly fabulous end to the EIF Ring

Christine Goerke © Ryan Buchanan
The EIF’s cycle comes to a fabulous end with RSNO and Andrew Davis leading a luxury cast, Christine Goerke’s emotionally powerful Brünnhilde a highlight. 

A compelling Parsifal from Victorian Opera in Melbourne

Burkhard Fritz (Parsifal) and Peter Rose (Gurnemanz) © Jeff Busby

The Australian Youth Orchestra was full of poise and maturity and all the singing was impressive in Roger Hodgman's production.

Spectacular Gurrelieder revived at Dutch National Opera

Burkhard Fritz (Waldemar) © DNO 2018
An exemplary cast, an opulent orchestra and unforgettable images in Arnold Schoenberg’s Gurrelieder.

Nostalgia and neurosis as Die tote Stadt returns to the Semperoper after nearly a century

Christoph Pohl (Frank/Fritz) and Manuela Uhl (Marietta) © David Baltzer
In a score that can be a Technicolor wallow, Jurowski’s sure sense of dramatic pulse and balance, encompassed the brash dance rhythms, religious grandeur, vivid tone painting and the extremes of dissonance.

A revelatory Frau ohne Schatten in Munich

Elena Pankratova (Barak the Dyer's Wife) © Wilfried Hösl
A musical performance of stunning quality underpins this revival of Krzysztof Warlikowski's lavish, ambiguous Strauss staging.

Elihau Inbal mit Mahlers Achten in der Elbphilharmonie

Eliahu Inbal © ZChrapek
Mit Mahlers Achter reizten die Musikerinnen und Musiker der Staatsoper Hamburg alle Reserven aus. Der Akustik der Elbphilharmonie drohte am Schluss sogar der Kollaps, weil Eliahu Inbal insgesamt viel zu laut musizieren ließ.