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Intérprete: Catherine Carby

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CheltenhamThe Dream of Gerontius

Elgar: The Dream of Gerontius, Oratorio for soloists chorus and orchestra, Op.38
Regency Sinfonia; David Crown; Cheltenham Bach Choir; Joshua Ellicott; Catherine Carby; Gary Griffiths

LondresOtello

Verdi: Otello
Sir Antonio Pappano; Keith Warner; The Royal Opera; Boris Kudlička; Kaspar Glarner; Gregory Kunde; Ermonela Jaho

LondresLa traviata

Verdi: La traviata
Maurizio Benini; Sir Richard Eyre; The Royal Opera; Bob Crowley; Aleksandra Kurzak; Frédéric Antoun
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A much anticipated amazing Girls Night Out in Adelaide

Simone Young © Klaus Lefebvre

When two internationally acclaimed sopranos, two internationally acclaimed mezzos, a brilliant world-renowned conductor, the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and the music of Richard Strauss align all the elements of a magnificent, thrilling evening have gelled.

Pinchgut takes on Il ritorno d'Ulisse in patria

Fernando Guimarães (Ulisse) © Brett Boardman

Monteverdi’s Il ritorno d’Ulisse in patria is given the Pinchgut treatment, with an abstract staging complementing historically informed music-making under Erin Helyard.

A bracing new Idomeneo from English Touring Opera

Catherine Carby, ETO Chorus and Galina Averina © Richard Hubert Smith
A direct and expressive new production of one of Mozart's most adventurous operas enthrals at the Hackney Empire. 

The Royal Ballet opens the new season with Mayerling

Natalia Osipova (Mary Vetsera) and Ryoichi Hirano (Rudolf) in Mayerling © ROH, 2018 | Helen Maybanks
A new season for The Royal Ballet and a new star is "born" in this performance that highlights the company's strength in depth   

Skelton and Anger set the scene for a superb Walküre

Stuart Skelton (Siegmund) © ROH | Bill Cooper
We start with a triumphant Royal Opera debut from Stuart Skelton, we close with Nina Stemme at her finest; a thrilling orchestral performance links the two. A memorable Walküre.