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Artiste: Caitlin Hulcup

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LondresMr Handel's Scholars

Haendel
London Handel Orchestra; Laurence Cummings; Erica Eloff; Caitlin Hulcup; Alexander Sprague; Lisandro Abadie

LondresTwo unapologetically operatic sacred choral works at Southbank Centre

Bellini, Rossini
Musicians of London; Brian Wright; Helena Dix; Caitlin Hulcup; Tristan Stocks; Tom Mole

SydneyMédée by Charpentier

Charpentier: Médée
Erin Helyard; Pinchgut Opera; Caitlin Hulcup; Cyril Auvity; Alexandra Oomens; Adrian Tamburini

MelbourneOde to Joy

Dun, Beethoven
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra; Xian Zhang; Lauren Fagan; Caitlin Hulcup; Simon O'Neill; Shenyang

ClaytonOde to Joy

Dun, Beethoven
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra; Xian Zhang; Lauren Fagan; Caitlin Hulcup; Simon O'Neill; Shenyang
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Sombre Ariodante au Scottish Opera

Caitlin Hulcup (Ariodante) - Scottish Opera © James Glossop
Cette nouvelle production du plus écossais des opéras de Haendel s’en tire avec les honneurs, malgré un orchestre à la peine.

Into the Woods: Hansel and Gretel at Grange Park Opera

Soraya Mafi (Gretel) and Caitlin Hulcup (Hansel) © Richard Hubert Smith
Darkness sits alongside comedy in a new production of Humperdinck's delicious children's opera.

Stark and grief-stricken: Dido and Aeneas at the Barbican

Caitlin Hulcup and Rowan Pierce © Mark Allan | Barbican
A semi-staged Dido from the Academy of Ancient Music and the speculative funeral music for a queen.

Monteverdi on a doughnut: Ulysses fails to thrill

The Return of Ulysses © ROH & Roundhouse | Stephen Cummiskey
A series of ill-advised staging choices leads to a disappointingly drab performance of Monteverdi's Homeric epic.

Bitter wine: WNO's Le Vin herbé

Catherine Wyn-Rogers (La mère d'Iseut) © Robert Workman
Frank Martin’s Le Vin herbé is as anti-Wagnerian a work as you could imagine. It is also the odd one out in Welsh National Opera’s “Love’s Poisoned Chalice” spring season.