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Artiste: Günter Krämer

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Musik im Fokus

Ermonela Jaho bot an der Bayerischen Staatsoper in "La Traviata" einen fulminanten Ersatz für Sonya Yoncheva. Während das Ensemble mit starkem Auftritt überzeugte, hat die Inszenierung wenig zu erzählen.

A lackluster Traviata in Munich

Both the staging and the music of the Bayerische Staatsoper's Traviata disappoint.

Damrau's superb Violetta in Munich

Munich revives La traviata showcasing Diana Damrau, who is growing into one of the best Violettas to grace the opera stage today.

The Merchant of Gothenburg: the return of La Juive

La Juive, Fromental Halévy's grand opéra, makes a powerful return to Gothenburg, the same city where it received its Swedish première 150 years ago, in Günther Krämer’s stark staging. 

Fine singing and unfortunate staging at the Deutsche Oper's Magic Flute

The Magic Flute at the Deutsche Oper Berlin is an interesting, well-sung and well-performed classic. Set in an agrarian world where Sarastro is less a high priest than he is a benevolent farmer-king, Günter Krämer’s 1991 production does not subvert the opera’s problems so much as it highlights them.

A German in Paris: Siegfried at the Opéra Bastille

For those who view Wagner’s Ring Cycle in symphonic terms, Siegfried is often described as the third movement Scherzo: an episode of comedy in between the existential musings of Die Walküre and the action-packed, apocalyptic Götterdämerung. Last night’s performance at the Opéra Bastille in Paris gave us plenty of high comedy and much more besides.