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BerlinDie Zauberflöte

Mozart: Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute)
Dominic Limburg; Günter Krämer; Deutsche Oper Berlin; TBC; Yi-Chen Lin; Andreas Reinhardt

BudapestPorgy and Bess

Gershwin: Porgy and Bess
Gábor Csiki; András Almási-Toth; Hungarian State Opera; Sebastian Hannak; Krisztina Lisztopád; Marcell Bakonyi; Sir Willard White

PragueThe Cunning Little Vixen

Janáček: The Cunning Little Vixen
Robert Jindra; Ondřej Havelka; Prague National Theatre Opera; Zbyněk Müller; Martin Černý; Kateřina Štefková; Jana Sibera

LausanneL'Auberge du Cheval-Blanc (The White Horse Inn)

Benatzky: Im weißen Rössl (The White Horse Inn)
Jean-Yves Ossonce; Gilles Rico; Opéra de Lausanne; Bruno de Lavenère; Karolina Luisoni; David Debrinay; Etienne Guiol

LeipzigDie Zauberflöte

Mozart: Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute)
Christoph Gedschold; Ralf Nürnberger; Oper Leipzig; Yadegar Asisi; Claudia Rühle; Julia Sophie Wagner

Monte-CarloWozzecknew production

Berg: Wozzeck
Kazuki Yamada; Michel Fau; Opéra de Monte-Carlo; Emmanuel Charles; David Belugou; Joël Fabing; Annemarie Kremer
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Fire Shut Up in My Bones: a new beginning for The Metropolitan Opera

The Metropolitan Opera finally reopens its doors on a new season, staging Terence Blanchard's powerful work for the first time.  
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Love's reign: an entertaining Poppea in Budapest

Conducted by Iván Fischer, a strong cast delivers an entertaining performance of Monteverdi's opera in a production that amuses, but does not quite thrill.
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Portals into the surreal in La Monnaie's The Turn of the Screw

A highly satisfying level of polish in La Monnaie's stream in which one recognizes a precisely executed live performance at its core – one that would be thrilling to experience in person. 
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One good Turn: a triumph of Hanoverian Britten

Staatsoper Hannover’s new production of The Turn of the Screw packs a punch, both musically and dramatically.

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At Wilton’s Music Hall, a ghost light for Britten’s ghost story

When the pandemic struck and theatres were locked down, OperaGlass Works' staging of The Turn of the Screw was an early casualty. Creative thinking turned the production into a film, with London's oldest music hall the set. 
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Vache Baroque opens with a fine Dido and Aeneas

Purcell's counterpoint is beautifully sung by a young cast to inaugurate England's latest country house opera venue.
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Castellucci’s makeover of Mozart’s Requiem at the Adelaide Festival

A work designed to be performed in church has become a dramatic music theatre event that captured and held me enthralled throughout in a meditation on both death and life.

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