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Intérprete: Sir Donald Runnicles

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Sir Donald Runnicles; Boleslaw Barlog; Deutsche Oper Berlin; Filippo Sanjust; Sondra Radvanovsky; Joseph Calleja
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Jacquelyn Stucker thrills in Strauss with the Detroit Symphony

Jacquelyn Stucker sings Strauss © Sarah Smarch
Donald Runnicles conducted an imaginative chamber version of Strauss' testamentary Lieder, plus Elgar's own take on the concerto grosso form in his Introduction and Allegro.

Runnicles conducts the Atlanta Symphony in the classics

Rainer Eudeikis © Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
The Atlanta Symphony manages to keep live performance flourishing under the current unprecedented circumstances.

Stefan Herheim inszeniert Full-Contact-Walküre in Berlin

Brandon Jovanovich (Siegmund), Lise Davidsen (Sieglinde) und Eric Naumann (Hundingling) © Bernd Uhlig
Die überladene Inszenierung kann den Sängern, angeführt von Lise Davidsen, nicht das Wasser reichen.

A defiant Deutsche Oper's reduced open-air Rheingold

Padraic Rowan (Donner/Froh), Tobias Kehrer (Fafner), A. Schlicht (Fricka), Flurina Stucki (Freia) © Bernd Uhlig
Deutsche Oper Berlin returns in rousing style with a pared-down, open-air Rheingold on its “Parkdeck”.

An enchanting new Midsummer Night’s Dream at Deutsche Oper Berlin

Jeanine De Bique (Helena), Karis Tucker (Hermia) and Jami Reid-Quarrell (Puck) © Bettina Stöß
Deutsche Oper Berlin’s new production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream is a delightful and whimsical homage to Britten’s masterpiece. The orchestra, soloists and children’s chorus performed with energy and charm under the baton of Donald Runnicles.

Runnicles and the ASO play Shostakovich and Tchaikovsky

Donald Runnicles © Simon Pauly
Donald Runnicles and the Atlanta Symphony play a charged final symphony of Shostakovich and a compelling Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto with soloist James Ehnes