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Singularity
Srnka: Singularity
Patrick Hahn; Nicolas Brieger; Bayerische Staatsoper; Raimund Bauer; Malte Krasting; Opernstudio der Bayerischen Staatsoper; Klangforum Wien
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Agréable Ville morte au Capitole de Toulouse

Evgenia Muraveva (Marietta) et Torsten Kerl (Paul) © Patrice Nin
Au Théâtre du Capitole de Toulouse, la ténébreuse Ville morte de Korngold est allégée par la mise en scène de Philipp Himmelmann. Direction musicale souple et plateau vocal équilibré complètent la production.

WNO tackles Vêpres but the vocal fireworks fail to ignite

Marine Tournet (dancer) and Giorgio Caoduro (Montfort) © Johan Persson
David Pountney completes his “Verdi trilogy” for the company but although his staging has fluidity, it lacks an explosive ending... and the vocal performances disappoint. 

Ballo II, the American cut: an indigestible staging at WNO

Gwyn Hughes Jones (Riccardo) and Mary Elizabeth Williams (Amelia) © Bill Cooper
Musically, WNO gets it right. Straightforward brilliance is the order of the day, and plenty of it.

From darkness to light: Mosè in Egitto in Naples

Carmela Remigio (Elcia) and Enea Scala (Osiride) © F. Squeglia
David Pountney’s 2014 staging was revived in Naples with good singing and empathetic conducting.

Wheel of Fortune: Preziosilla spins Pountney's Force of Destiny

Justina Gringyte (Preziosilla) © Richard Hubert Smith
When the entire plot is triggered by a freak accident, you can't blame director David Pountney for making Fate itself one of the key characters.  

Verdi’s Un Ballo in Maschera in Zurich: a danse macabre of pallid beauty

George Petean (Renato Anckarstroem) © Judith Schlosser
That both the lead and a second key role were ill and couldn’t sing did not bode well, yet this performance of Verdi’s Un Ballo in Maschera shook up the house nonetheless.