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Stuart Skelton, tenor

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LondresProm 18: Mahler & Britten

Britten, Mahler
BBC Symphony Orchestra; Edward Gardner; Leif Ove Andsnes; Claudia Mahnke; Stuart Skelton

EstocolmoThe Valkyrie

The Valkyrie
Beethoven, Berlioz, Wagner
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra; Karina Canellakis; Eva-Maria Westbroek; Stuart Skelton; Ain Anger

ÁmsterdamJaap van Zweden conducts Wagner's Walküre

© Keith Heiro
Wagner: Die Walküre
Jaap van Zweden; Stuart Skelton; Ain Anger; Thomas Johannes Mayer; Elena Pankratova

San FranciscoPappano conducts music from Wagner's Die Walküre

Strauss R., Wagner
San Francisco Symphony; Sir Antonio Pappano; Emily Magee; Stuart Skelton; Ain Anger

LondresPeter Grimes

Peter Grimes
Britten: Peter Grimes
Edward Gardner; Vera Rostin Wexelsen; Stuart Skelton; Erin Wall; Roderick Williams; Susan Bickley
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Reuter and Schöck turn up the heat in Die Walküre in Budapest

Johan Reuter (Wotan), Catherine Foster (Brünnhilde) © Szilvia Csibi, Müpa Budapest
Six excellent singers bring out the best in Wagner's dramatic narrative, marred only by a Ride of the Valkyries that fails to convince.

Quiet tragedy: Robert Wilson's Otello in Baden-Baden

Sonya Yoncheva (Desdemona) and Stuart Skelton (Otello) © Lucie Jansch
Zubin Mehta conducts Verdi's Otello in an iconic Robert Wilson production of stylized theater where less is more. The effect was mesmerizing.  

Three Austrians from three centuries

Sakari Oramo © Benjamin Ealovega
Even in a flawed performance, The Song of the Earth fills the hearer with its life-affirming carpe diem message.

Eine magische konzertante Walküre in München

Sir Simon Rattle © Peter Meisel | BRSO
Sir Simon Rattle setzt mit der Walküre seinen konzertanten Ring mit dem BRSO fort – mit großem Erfolg.

A finely gauged Walküre from Jurowski and the LPO

Ruxandra Donose and Stuart Skelton © Simon Jay Price
The chance to watch their finely gauged interpretation unfold on the Royal Festival Hall platform was a privilege.