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Intérprete: Thomas Blondelle

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BerlínDie Fledermaus

Die Fledermaus
Strauss II: Die Fledermaus
Stefan Blunier; Rolando Villazón; Deutsche Oper Berlin; Stephan Zilias; Johannes Leiacker; Thibault Vancraenenbroeck; Burkhard Ulrich

StrasbourgParsifal

Parsifal
Wagner: Parsifal
Marko Letonja; Amon Miyamoto; Opéra National du Rhin; Boris Kudlička; Kaspar Glarner; Markus Marquardt; Simon Bailey

MulhouseParsifal

Parsifal
Wagner: Parsifal
Marko Letonja; Amon Miyamoto; Opéra National du Rhin; Boris Kudlička; Kaspar Glarner; Markus Marquardt; Simon Bailey

BerlínAntikristNew production

Langgaard: Antikrist
Stephan Zilias; Ersan Mondtag; Deutsche Oper Berlin; Thomas Lehman; Jörg Schörner

BerlínDer fliegende Holländer

Der fliegende Holländer
Wagner: Der fliegende Holländer (The Flying Dutchman)
Ivan Repušić; Christian Spuck; Deutsche Oper Berlin; Rufus Didwiszus; Emma Ryott; Noel Bouley; Michael Volle
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Wozzeck goes Norwegian at the Deutsche Oper

Elena Zhidkova (Marie) and Johan Reuter (Wozzeck) © Marcus Lieberenz
The passion of Alban Berg's music under Donald Runnicles fights against a disjointed production by Ole Anders Tandberg.

Musical riches at Deutsche Oper's Tristan und Isolde

Tristan und Isolde © Bettina Stöß (2014)
Peter Seiffert can still impress as Tristan, but Graham Vick's staging is uncertain and unconvincing. 

Death lurks: Aribert Reimann's L'Invisible

Rachel Harnisch, Annika Schlicht and Thomas Blondelle © Bernd Uhlig
In L’Invisible, which had its première last weekend at the Deutsche Oper Berlin, Aribert Reimann has condensed three plays by Maeterlinck into bite-size chunks that vanish before they can be savoured.

Wrong rep sinks opera evening at the Concertgebouw

Aleksandar Marković © Vladimir Miloradovic
Mismatching between programme and performers resulted in a disappointing evening of operatic all-time favourites.

Full immersion: Spuck's gloomy Dutchman in Berlin

Samuel Youn (The Dutchman) © Thomas Jauk
Eric’s dream of a love story with no redemption in Christian Spuck's new production of Der fliegende Holländer at Deutsche Oper Berlin.