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Performer: Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg

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HamburgMoskau, TscherjomuschkiNew production

Shostakovich: Moscow, Cheryomushki (Cherrytown)
Rupert Burleigh; Vera Nemirova; Hamburgische Staatsoper; Dimana Lateva; Sungho Kim; Ang Du

HamburgOrphée et EurydiceNew production

Gluck: Orphée et Eurydice
Alessandro De Marchi; John Neumeier; Hamburgische Staatsoper; Dmitry Korchak; Maxim Mironov

HamburgMoscow, Cheryomushki

Shostakovich: Moscow, Cheryomushki (Cherrytown)
Rupert Burleigh; Vera Nemirova; Hamburgische Staatsoper; Dimana Lateva; Sungho Kim; Ang Du

HamburgDie NaseNew production

Shostakovich: The Nose
Kent Nagano; Karin Beier; Hamburgische Staatsoper; Stéphane Laimé; Eva Dessecker; Bo Skovhus; Levente Páll

HamburgAriadne auf Naxos

Strauss R.: Ariadne auf Naxos
Kent Nagano; Christian Stückl; Hamburgische Staatsoper; Stefan Hageneier; Camilla Nylund; Sofia Fomina
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Nagano y Eberle en Madrid: el denso frenesí brahmsiano

La violinista Veronika Eberle © Felix Broede
La Filarmónica de Hamburgo y Kent Nagano se presentaron en Madrid con un programa finamente hilado: dos magníficas composiciones de Brahms y un estreno de Jesús Rueda basado a su vez en una obra del compositor de Hamburgo.

An immersive auto-da-fé: Konwitschny's Don Carlos sizzles

Don Carlos at Staatsoper Hamburg © Brinkhoff/Mögenburg (2008)
From stylised 16th-century dress to a 1970s sitcom ballet, Konwitschny's Staatsoper staging is full of brilliantly inventive touches, splendidly realised in this excellently sung revival. 

Blutleerer Liebes-Albtraum: Manon Lescaut in Hamburg

Manon Lescaut (2012) © Monika Rittershaus
Leider scheitern die guten Ideen des Regisseurs, Philipp Himmelmann, an der Umsetzung.

Women in the driving seat at the Elbphilharmonie

Alondra de la Parra © Erika Mayer
Alondra de la Parra and Camille Thomas, together with the Hamburg Philharmonic, refute suggestions that there could be a gender gap in the world of music-making.

Hamburg's Die Tote Stadt: excellent singing but muddled staging

Klaus Florian Vogt (Paul) © Bernd Uhlig (2015)
Hamburg's revival of a 2015 production is a musical success, but the director's concepts are sometimes too dense to tell a straightforward story.