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Beethoven's Fidelio as fervent prayer in Leeds

Opera North's performance of Fidelio in Leeds Town Hall © Richard H Smith
Opera North performed a semi-staged and shortened Fidelio with a committed group of soloists, chorus and orchestra led by Mark Wiggelsworth.  With a pared Orchestra, the opera came across as a hymn of hope.

La voz segura y los viajes cortos: Brindley Sherratt y la ONE

El bajo Brindley Sherratt y la Orquesta Nacional de España con David Afkham en la dirección © Rafa Martín | OCNE
La Orquesta Nacional de España con David Afkham al frente y Brindley Sherratt como compañero de viaje ofrecieron una interesante, aunque algo afeada por el uso de la mascarilla, versión de Songs of Travel.

Technology to the rescue in Zurich's new staging of Boris Godunov

Michael Volle (Boris Godunov) and Spencer Lang (Holy Fool) © Monika Rittershaus

The Zurich Opernhaus tackles the pandemic with an innovative strategy: instead of reducing the size of orchestra and chorus (as many other European opera houses) it removes them from the theatre altogether. 

Met Opera revives Le nozze di Figaro with musical style

Nadine Sierra (Susanna), Adam Plachetka (Count Almaviva) and Susanna Phillips (Countess Almaviva) © Marty Sohl | Met Opera

In its revival of the 2014 production of Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro, the Metropolitan Opera offers a satisfying blend of comic antics, beautifully realized music, and some top-notch singing in several roles. 

Highway to Hell: Don Giovanni returns to Covent Garden

Erwin Schrott (Don Giovanni) © ROH | Mark Douet
Kasper Holten's psychological take on the louche lothario remains controversial, but in its third revival, Erwin Schrott's powerful assumption of the title role is a delight.

Die Zauberflöte at Glyndebourne: a mixed bag of paper cut-outs

Björn Bürger (Papageno) and Sofia Fomina (Pamina) © Glyndebourne Productions Ltd. | Bill Cooper
André Barbe and Renaud Doucet's Magic Flute is ideal entertainment for a fizz-filled summer night.