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Intérprete: Ekaterina Sadovnikova

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SídneyThe Marriage of Figaro

Paolo Bordogna (Figaro), Anna Dowlsey (Cherubino) and Stacey Alleaume (Susanna) © Prudence Upton
Mozart: Las bodas de Fígaro (Le nozze di Figaro)
Guillaume Tourniaire; Sir David McVicar; Opera Australia; Jenny Tiramani; Andrei Bondarenko; Shane Lowrencev
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McVicar's The Marriage of Figaro lights up the Opera Australia stage

Paolo Bordogna (Figaro), Anna Dowlsey (Cherubino) and Stacey Alleaume (Susanna) © Prudence Upton
A beautiful 17th-century setting does nothing to dim the freshness and relevance of Sir David McVicar's production for Opera Australia.

Staging on steroids: Verdi’s Rigoletto in Bregenz

Rigoletto at Bregenz © Karl Forster
Here was the much-loved three-act opera Rigoletto, yes, but chances are, it was one far beyond Verdi’s wildest dreams.

Tate's masterful conducting of Idomeneo

Ekaterina Sadovnikova (Ilia), Brenden Gunnell (Idomeneo) and Monica Bacelli (Idamante) © Michele Crosera
Promising young South-African director Alessandro Talevi opened the new season at the Teatro La Fenice with a new mis-en-scene of Mozart's Idomeneo.

Il trittico scores a hat-trick at the Theater an der Wien

Following a string of misses, the Theater an der Wien emerges from its recent dry patch with a new production of Puccini’s triptych which offers a winning cast, the best playing heard at the house in months, and a smart production.

Rigoletto from Canadian Opera Company

The Canadian Opera Company’s second offering for its 2011-2012 season is Verdi’s ever-popular Rigoletto. It comes on the heels of Robert Carsen’s stunning production of Iphigenia in Tauris. In Carsen’s brilliant conception of the opera, everything works to produce a great night of opera By contrast in Christopher Alden’s production of Rigoletto just about nothing works.