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Artiste: Tichina Vaughn

Spectacles à venirEn voir plus...

EdimbourgCavalleria Rusticana and ZingariIn concert

Cavalleria Rusticana and Zingari
Mascagni, Leoncavallo
Stuart Stratford; Orpha Phelan; Scottish Opera; Bethan Langford; Justina Gringytė; Tichina Vaughn; Peter Auty

ViennaDer feurige EngelNew production

Prokofiev: The Fiery Angel
Constantin Trinks; Andrea Breth; Theater an der Wien; Martin Zehetgruber; Carla Teti; John Lundgren; Aušrinė Stundytė
Critiques récentesEn voir plus...

Leinwandfähige Porgy and Bess in Amsterdam

Porgy and Bess © Matthias Baus
Eric Owens singt Porgy mit Leib und Seele und ist mit seiner charismatischen Ausstrahlung der unbestrittene Held dieser Oper.

Porgy and Bess at ENO: Gershwin's music the winner

Nicole Cabell (Bess), Eric Greene (Porgy) © Tristram Kenton
Porgy and Bess isn’t a perfect opera, but English National Opera's new production is a strong one. 

Nostalgia and neurosis as Die tote Stadt returns to the Semperoper after nearly a century

Christoph Pohl (Frank/Fritz) and Manuela Uhl (Marietta) © David Baltzer
In a score that can be a Technicolor wallow, Jurowski’s sure sense of dramatic pulse and balance, encompassed the brash dance rhythms, religious grandeur, vivid tone painting and the extremes of dissonance.

A dream cast: Rigoletto at the Dresden Semperoper

Dating from 2008, the Semperoper’s current production of Rigoletto is quite intriguing. It’s set in what appears to be a swanky 21st-century Berlin apartment – industrial, sparse and effortlessly cool – and in many ways this is an interesting choice.

A heart-wrenching Madama Butterfly at Dresden's Semperoper

In the early years of the 20th century Puccini was a very happy man. His most recent opera, Tosca, was proving as successful as La Bohème, and the lucky composer was being summoned to opera houses throughout Europe for its premières. In the summer of 1900 Puccini attended the première performance of Tosca in London, and soaked in the atmosphere of Europe’s largest city.