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New York CityWerther

Massenet: Werther
Yannick Nézet-Séguin; Sir Richard Eyre; Metropolitan Opera; J. David Jackson; Rob Howell; Piotr Beczała
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Jack the Ripper: The Women of Whitechapel

Alex Otterburn (Squibby) and Natalya Romaniw (Mary Kelly) © Alastair Muir
Daniel Kramer’s direction is a model of restraint compared to some of his earlier work for the company.

More croce than delizia in Kramer’s new Traviata

Claudia Boyle (Violetta) © Catherine Ashmore
Despite the entertainment value and striking imagery, Kramer's production is a surprisingly dull affair, with curiously little chemistry between the lead couple.

A razor sharp Barber of Seville revived at ENO

Morgan Pearse (Figaro) © Robbie Jack
The latest revival of Jonathan Miller's The Barber of Seville has everything you could want; strong direction, a strong orchestral performance, and a cast that's universally strong. No close shaves there!

WNO's jolly good romp in Birmingham

Mary Elizabeth Williams (Rosalinde) and Mark Stone (Eisenstein) © Bill Cooper
WNO's excellent revival of John Copley's 2011 staging of Die Fledermaus is a delight. 

A missed opportunity but with great musical values

Kristine Opolais (Rusalka) and Eric Owens (Vodník) © Ken Howard | Metropolitan Opera
The Metropolitan Opera's new produdtion of Rusalka fails to explore a deeper complexity of the fairy tale, although a strong ensemble of singers and the superb Met Orchestra make it a musically compelling performance.