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Intérprete: Jean-Baptiste Mouret

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LeipzigCarmen

Leonardo Caimi (Don José) and Kathrin Göring (Carmen) © Kirsten Nijhof
Bizet: Carmen
Matthias Foremny; Lindy Hume; Oper Leipzig; Dan Potra; Kathrin Göring; Rinat Shaham

LeipzigLa fanciulla del West

© Tom Schulze
Puccini: La fanciulla del West
Ulf Schirmer; Cusch Jung; Oper Leipzig; Karin Fritz; Meagan Miller; Karine Babajanyan

LeipzigTosca

© Andreas Birkigt
Puccini: Tosca
Matthias Foremny; Michiel Dijkema; Oper Leipzig; Claudia Damm; Karine Babajanyan; Gaston Rivero

LeipzigLa bohème

© Tom Schulze
Puccini: La bohème
Christoph Gedschold; Peter Konwitschny; Oper Leipzig; Johannes Leiacker; Gaston Rivero; Gal James

LeipzigRigoletto

© Tom Schulze
Verdi: Rigoletto
Christoph Gedschold; Anthony Pilavachi; Oper Leipzig; Tatjana Ivschina; Devid Cecconi; Bianca Tognocchi
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An electrifying Carmen from Oper Leipzig

Leonardo Caimi (Don José) and Kathrin Göring (Carmen) © Kirsten Nijhof
With an excellent cast and sumptuous orchestral playing, Oper Leipzig delivers a vivid evening of enjoyment.

Faszination des weiblichen Wahnsinns: Salome an der Oper Leipzig

Elisabet Strid (Salome) © Kirsten Nijhof
Elisabet Strid schockiert, verzaubert und begeistert als Salome. Wahnsinn in all seinen Formen!

Passions tragiques et couleurs étonnantes : Carmen à Leipzig

Carmen à l'Opéra de Leipzig © Tom Schulze
À l'Opéra de Leipzig, décors, lumières, costumes et orchestre prodigieux du Gewandhaus ont constitué un superbe écrin, enveloppant solistes et chœurs d'une Carmen très applaudie.

British Youth Opera 25th anniversary season: A Night at the Chinese Opera

British Youth Opera have been fostering the best of young British vocal talent for 25 years, and it’s a delight to see them celebrating their anniversary this year with a work precisely as old as they are: Judith Weir’s A Night at the Chinese Opera dates from 1987, and made for a lively showcase for these rising stars at London’s Peacock Theatre last night.