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Artiste: Hilary Summers

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MadridAVAILABLE IN SPAIN ONLY: Brokeback Mountain

Wuorinen: Brokeback Mountain
Titus Engel; Ivo van Hove; Teatro Real; Jan Versweyveld; Wojciech Dziedzic; Tom Randle; Daniel Okulitch

MilanFin de partie

Kurtág: Fin de partie
Markus Stenz; Pierre Audi; Teatro alla Scala; Christof Hetzer; Frode Olsen; Leigh Melrose
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Les Arts estrena Fin de partie, de Kurtág en España

Nell (Hilary Summers), Nagg (Leonardo Cortellazzi) y Hamm (Frode Olsen) © Miguel Lorenzo & Mikel Ponce | Les Arts
Tras haberse programado solo en Milán y Ámsterdam, llega a España, propiciado por Les Arts, el estreno de Fin de partie, de Kurtág.

Even crazier than the books: Gerald Barry's Alice

Clare Presland, Claudia Boyle, Hilary Summers © ROH | Clive Barda
Barry goes for out-weirding Carroll at a fast and furious pace. There's plenty of fun and it's beautifully staged – but is that enough?

Prom 55: uneven soloists in Handel's Jephtha

Allan Clayton and the Scottish Chamber Orchestra © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
Poor diction and lack of heft from some principals mar the composer's last great oratorio. 

Prom 43: Oramo and the BBC SO redefine tradition

Sakari Oramo conducts the BBC SO © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
What to put with Beethoven's greatest statement on the universality of the human spirit? The BBC Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, Sakari Oramo, Neil Ferris and Andreas Haefliger make a case for renewal.

Perfect symbiosis of words and music in Fin de partie

Leonardo Cortellazzi (Nagg) © Ruth Walz

György Kurtág’s long awaited opera Fin de partie gets a second run in Amsterdam after its La Scala premiere, with the same excellent cast, conductor and production team.

Beckett at La Scala: world première of Kurtág's Fin de partie

Leigh Melrose (Clov) and Frode Olsen (Hamm) © Ruth Walz | Teatro alla Scala
Never before has human impotence been so cruelly portrayed on stage.