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SavonlinnaThe Magic Flute

Savonlinna Opera Festival
Mozart: Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute)
Sakari Oramo; August Everding; Toni Businger; Savonlinna Opera Festival Orchestra; Savonlinna Opera Festival Choir

SydneyLa bohème

Puccini: La bohème
Michelangelo Mazza; Gale Edwards; Opera Australia; Tahu Matheson; Brian Thomson; Julie Lynch; John Rayment

SydneyDon Giovanni

Mozart: Don Giovanni
Guillaume Tourniaire; Sir David McVicar; Opera Australia; Paul Fitzsimon; Robert Jones; David Finn


Bizet: Carmen
Kerem Hasan; Calixto Bieito; English National Opera; Alfons Flores; Mercè Paloma; Bruno Poet; English National Opera Orchestra

TorontoLe nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)

Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)
Harry Bicket; Claus Guth; Canadian Opera Company; Christian Schmidt; Olaf Winter; Canadian Opera Company Orchestra

GhentCreatureNew production

Lamagna: Creature
Akram Khan; Opera Ballet Vlaanderen; Gavin Sutherland; Tim Yip; Michael Hulls


Glass: Satyagraha
Jonathan Stockhammer; Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui; Opera Ballet Vlaanderen; Henrik Ahr; Jan-Jan Van Essche; Roland Edrich; Symfonisch Orkest Opera Ballet Vlaanderen
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On a knife-edge: Carmen returns to English National Opera

Bieito’s vivid production of Bizet's most famous work is a classic; his attack on toxic masculinity is visceral, made more potent by an excellent leading pair of singers.
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COC's sexed up Figaro: beautifully sung, creepily funny

The COC revival of its 2016 production of Le nozze di Figaro is still rooted in Claus Guth’s gloomy Scandinavia but it’s lightened up to become much sexier and funnier.
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Mass appeal: Poulenc's Dialogues des Carmélites revived at the Met

John Dexter's production, now among the longest-serving in the company's repertory, remains a marvel of simple, effective storytelling.
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Heart of darkness: Opera Australia's gothic Don Giovanni returns

Andrei Kymach and Yuri Kissin deliver standout Australian debuts in a revival of Sir David McVicar's dark, unshrinking Don Giovanni.
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Elijah Moshinsky's chocolate box Traviata is back Opera Australia

Gorgeous sets and costumes aren't quite enough to make this La traviata revival sparkle.
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Death haunts Glyndebourne Tour's powerful Bohème

A strong cast led by Bekhzod Davronov and Gabriella Reyes plus an intense production helps Floris Visser unusual staging of La bohème stand out from the crowd.
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Emerging from the gloom: Handel's Ottone revived by ETO in Hackney

A revival of James Conway's staging of Ottone launches English Touring Opera's autumn season of three Handel operas. 
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