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LondresHymn of the Forests

Dvořák, Bartók, Janáček
London Philharmonic Orchestra; Edward Gardner; Alina Ibragimova; Sara Jakubiak; Madeleine Shaw; Toby Spence

LondresRusalkaNew production

Dvořák: Rusalka
Semyon Bychkov; Natalie Abrahami; The Royal Opera; Chloe Lamford; Annemarie Woods; Paule Constable; Orchestra of the Royal Opera House Covent Garden
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RotterdamMessiah

Haendel: Le Messie
Orchestre philharmonique de Rotterdam; Jonathan Cohen; Emőke Baráth; Andreas Scholl; Andrew Staples; Matthew Rose
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Un Messie inspiré à la Philharmonie de Paris

Douglas Boyd dirigeait l’Orchestre de Chambre de Paris dans un Messie de belle tenue à la Philharmonie de Paris. On y était.

The Met’s new Lucia: a good idea poorly executed by Simon Stone

The Met unveils Simon Stone’s new production is set in a working class American town in decline... an interesting concept that ultimately fails to overcome its own cluttered ideas.

Another fine Messiah, streamed from Rotterdam

Whether one considers Messiah to be really appropriate for Christmas, it always a welcome gift for the Handel aficionado, and this performance from Rotterdam, while suffering some unfortunate cuts, is an otherwise solid musical offering.

Richard Jones’ second London Ring falters at the first fence

Breastplates are back in vogue, but comedy horses and cheap production values undermine the first chapter in English National Opera's new Ring cycle. 

Handel's Messiah streamed from the Baltic Sea Festival

Reinhard Goebel conducts a perfectly fine, straight-down-the-line Messiah as Sweden re-engages with live audiences. 

Orchestra and chorus light up Garsington's Eugene Onegin revival

The Philharmonia and Garsington Chorus deliver great performances, as do Natalia Tanasii and Fleur Barron as the two Larina sisters.