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BrisbaneThe Ring Cycle: Die Walküre

Wagner: Walkyrie, La (Die Walküre)
Philippe Auguin; Chen Shi-Zheng; Opera Australia; Anita Yavich; Vitalij Kowaljow; Allison Oakes

BrisbaneThe Ring Cycle: Götterdämmerung

Wagner: Crépuscule des Dieux, Le (Götterdämmerung)
Philippe Auguin; Chen Shi-Zheng; Opera Australia; Anita Yavich; Allison Oakes; Stefan Vinke
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Dramatically powerful Siegfried in Hong Kong

David Cangelosi (Mime) © Cheung Wai Lok | Hong Kong Philharmonic
Joining Music Director Jaap van Zweden were some familiar faces who had appeared in Das Rheingold and Die Walküre in the same or different roles, and new faces appearing for the first time.

Delighting the mind's eye: Wagner's Das Rheingold

Saffron Opera Group's opening salvo bodes exceptionally well for their planned full cycle of concert performances of Wagner's Ring over the next two years. 

A Mahler 8 from heaven in Singapore

Singapore’s amazing Orchestra of the Music Makers presents Mahler’s “Gift to the Entire Nation,” his massive Eighth Symphony, as part of the celebrations marking the country’s 50th anniversary as an independent state.

Earnest singing and dramatic insight in Das Rheingold

Earnest singing and dramatic insight made Das Rheingold with the Hong Kong Philharmonic a remarkable evening. 

The Sydney Symphony and a star cast perform The Queen of Spades

I have always been skeptical of concert performances of operas. Operas are written to be acted, and the staging is needed to complement the music. This is what I thought before I saw this performance of Ashkenazy conducting the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Sydney Philharmonia Choirs and Sydney Children’s Choir in Tchaikovsky’s The Queen of Spades.

Opera Australia pushes boundaries with Korngold's Die tote Stadt

Korngold’s Die tote Stadt is an extraordinary opera, an often underrated masterpiece of the 20th century. On the face of it, it has a simple plot – the protagonist Paul, unable to overcome the death of his wife, falls in love with another woman, Marietta, similar to his dead wife in many ways.