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Intérprete: Herbert Murauer

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EstocolmoLa fanciulla del WestNew production

© Klara G
Puccini: La fanciulla del West
Alan Gilbert; Christof Loy; Royal Swedish Opera; Herbert Murauer; Malin Byström; Andrea Carè

MannheimCarmenNew production

Bizet: Carmen
Mark Rohde; Yona Kim; Nationaltheater Mannheim; Herbert Murauer; Falk Bauer; Reinhard Traub; Albrecht Puhlmann

HamburgLa traviata

Verdi: La traviata
Giampaolo Bisanti; Johannes Erath; Hamburgische Staatsoper; Annette Kurz; Herbert Murauer; Christina Poulitsi; Liparit Avetisyan

OsloEugene Onegin

Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin
Lothar Koenigs; Christof Loy; Norwegian National Opera; Raimund Orfeo Voigt; Herbert Murauer; Audun Iversen; Svetlana Aksenova

HamburgAlcina

Handel: Alcina
Christopher Moulds; Christof Loy; Hamburgische Staatsoper; Herbert Murauer; Hulkar Sabirova; Maite Beaumont
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L’Amour, affaire de famille : La divisione del mondo à Strasbourg

La divisione del mondo à l'Opéra national du Rhin © Klara Beck
Christophe Rousset et Les Talens Lyriques exhument La divisione del mondo, opéra de Legrenzi donné pour la première fois en France 350 ans après sa création. Une découverte qui offre des moments exquis, portés par la mise en scène de Jetske Mijnssen.

Asmik Grigorian an extraordinary Butterfly in Stockholm

Madama Butterfly © Markus Gårder (September 2018)
Grigorian returns to Stockholm in a wonderful performance of Madama Butterfly, with young, upcoming tenor Migran Agadzhanyan as Pinkerton in a 2014 production by Kirsten Harms.

Christof Loy’s Alcina still bewitches in Hamburg

Agneta Eichenholz (Alcina), Narea Son (Oberto) and Franco Fagioli (Ruggiero) © Hans Jörg Michel
The 2002 production of Handel’s masterpiece is revived with a solid cast under the baton of Riccardo Minasi.

A conceptually bold Manon at Oper Köln

Insik Choi (De Brétigny) and Zuzana Marková (Manon Lescaut) © Bernd Uhlig
This production fell just short of brilliance but showed how relevant and thought-provoking opera as an art form can be when tapping into today's headline debates.

Byström’s thrilling performance as Fedora

Malin Byström (Fedora) © Markus Gårder
After her triumph at the Royal Opera House in London as Salome, Byström comes home to Sweden to great acclaim in Giordano’s opera.