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Musique classique, opéra, ballet et danse en Annandale-on-Hudson, NY, États-Unis

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Bard Musical Festival presents a thrilling Die tote Stadt

Clay Hilley (Paul), Kirsten Harvey (Marie's Ghost) and Sara Jakubiak (Marietta) © Stephanie Berger
American singers Clay Hilley and Sara Jakubiak offered performances of distinction in two fiendishly difficult roles.

Korngold and his contemporaries

Leon Botstein and the American Symphony Orchestra's attempt to position Erich Wolfgang Korngold as a midcentury musical force comes up short.

Das Wunder der Heliane makes long-awaited US debut

Aušrinė Stundytė (Heliane) © Stephanie Berger
Although Bard's production is only intermittently successful, the chance to hear this Korngold rarity live should be savored.

The Demon: Botstein sheds light on another neglected opera

Efim Zavalny (The Demon) © Stephanie Berger
Thaddeus Strassberger proposed a mise-en-scène where the story is reenacted in Tamara’s confused mind while she is confined in a monastery.

Mascagni's Iris: music beyond verismo

Talise Trevigne (Iris) © Cory Weaver
Leon Botstein and the American Symphony Orchestra revive Mascagni's Iris in a fully staged version in Frank Gehry's architecturally stunning Richard B Fisher Center at Bard College.

Ethel Smyth’s The Wreckers thrillingly staged in New York

Bard SummerScape made musical history by presenting the first full staging of British composer Ethel Smyth’s opera The Wreckers. Born in 1858 and dying in 1944, Smyth was celebrated in her day (John Singer Sargent painted her portrait in 1901) not only for her compositions, but for being an openly bisexual member of the suffrage movement.