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Intérprete: Stuart Maunder

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GlasgowThe Gondoliers

The Gondoliers
Sullivan: The Gondoliers
Derek Clark; Stuart Maunder; Scottish Opera; James Hendry; Dick Bird; Ellie Laugharne

GlasgowUtopia, LimitedIn concert

Utopia, Limited
Sullivan: Utopia, Limited
Derek Clark; Stuart Maunder; Scottish Opera; Dick Bird; Charlie Drummond; Ellie Laugharne

AberdeenThe Gondoliers

The Gondoliers
Sullivan: The Gondoliers
Derek Clark; Stuart Maunder; Scottish Opera; James Hendry; Dick Bird; Ellie Laugharne

InvernessThe Gondoliers

The Gondoliers
Sullivan: The Gondoliers
Derek Clark; Stuart Maunder; Scottish Opera; James Hendry; Dick Bird; Ellie Laugharne

EdinburghThe Gondoliers

The Gondoliers
Sullivan: The Gondoliers
Derek Clark; Stuart Maunder; Scottish Opera; James Hendry; Dick Bird; Ellie Laugharne
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Sweeney Todd in Perth: ticks all the boxes

Ben Mingay (Sweeney Todd) and Antoinette Halloran (Mrs Lovett) © James Rogers
West Australian Opera's production of Sweeney Todd was an excellent, crackling performance, with everyone involved in top form, with some unexpected players showing great talent in this not-very-operatic work.

An exciting open air Carmen in Adelaide

Helen Sherman (Carmen) and James Egglestone (Don José) © Soda Street Productions

Performing Carmen in the open works well. This open-air Adelaide event combined wonderful music and delightful singing, making for an impressive evening.

Disappointing Candide in Auckland

Robert Tucker (supporting roles) and Amelia Berry (Cunegonde) © Simon Watt
Though occasionally entertaining, this production was ultimately unsatisfying as a stage presentation of Bernstein’s work. 

High-octane Tosca in Auckland

Fine singing from Simon O’Neill and Orla Boylan in New Zealand Opera's production of Tosca.

Into the Woods, Australian style

Once you've seen Victorian Opera’s new production of Stephen Sondheim’s Into the Woods, it's unlikely you'll ever get it out of your head. It’s Melbourne’s current “anti-musical”, quietly intoxicating the audience with infectious force.