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Artiste: Philippe Giraudeau

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VeniseLa traviata

Verdi: La Traviata
Stefano Ranzani; Robert Carsen; Teatro La Fenice; Patrick Kinmonth; Claudia Pavone; René Barbera

MilanSemeleNew production

Haendel: Semele
Gianluca Capuano; Robert Carsen; Teatro alla Scala; Patrick Kinmonth; Ian Bostridge
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L’effet Carsen : géniale Iphigénie au Théâtre des Champs-Élysées

Iphigénie en Tauride au Théâtre des Champs-Élysées © Vincent Pontet
L'esthétique du metteur en scène canadien convient parfaitement à l'œuvre de Gluck. Prestations éblouissantes de Gaëlle Arquez et Stéphane Degout. Direction musicale admirable de Thomas Hengelbrock.

Astrid Kessler nails the title role in Arabella in Zurich

Julia Kleiter (Arabella), Aleksandra Kubas-Kruk (The Fiakermilli) and chorus © Toni Suter
Using the Nazi regime as his Leitmotif, Canadian director Robert Carsen brings Richard Strauss’ Arabella to the Zurich stage. 

Camilla Nylund makes impressive Met debut in Rosenkavalier revival

Camilla Nylund (Marschallin) © Karen Almond | Met Opera
The Met revives Robert Carsen's updated production of Der Rosenkavalier with a strong cast led by Camilla Nylund.  Sir Simon Rattle led the Met Orchestra in an inspired and detailed reading of the score.

Rinaldo revived: Glyndebourne tours its school-based Handel opera

Jake Arditti (Rinaldo) and dancers © Bill Cooper
Blazers and breastplates! This Rinaldo is already eight years old! It’s played at the BBC Proms while almost 40 performances have graced Glyndebourne’s festival and tour up to now, so it must be doing something right.

Glyndebourne's Rinaldo on Tour

Glyndebourne has a great track record with staging Handel’s works. In recent years, there have been great productions of Theodora, Rodelinda and Giulio Cesare, all of which have proved equally popular at subsequent revival and Glyndebourne on Tour (GTO) productions as well.