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SalzburgInori — Le Balcon · Pascal

Stockhausen: Inori
Le Balcon; Maxime Pascal; Florent Derex; Emmanuelle Grach

Munich7 Deaths of Maria CallasWorld premiere

Nikodijević: 7 Deaths of Maria Callas
Yoel Gamzou; Marina Abramović; Bavarian State Opera; Anna Schöttl; Riccardo Tisci; Urs Schönebaum; Lynsey Peisinger

SalzburgLa lontananza – Kopatchinskaja · Richard

Nono: La Lontananza Nostalgica Utopica Futura
André Richard; Patricia Kopatchinskaja

SalzburgIntolleranza 1960New production

Nono: Intolleranza 1960
Ingo Metzmacher; Jan Lauwers; BODHI PROJECT; Lot Lemm; Ken Hioco
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Seattle Opera delivers Dove's Flight with panache

Seattle Opera do full justice to Dove and De Angelis's comic opera with a dark twist, filming it in the city's Museum of Flight.
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Confusing and evocative: Faust [working title] in Amsterdam

DNO's new production is an inspiring opera spectacular.
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Precipice at The Grange Festival: a mirror of our times

Michael Chance takes the audience around The Grange in a thoughtful show combining opera excerpts, dance, acrobats, vocal and instrumental music.
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Yuval Sharon’s pop Zauberflöte at the Staatsoper Berlin

The Staatsoper Unter den Linden presents Avery Sharon’s shocking production of Mozart’s masterpiece, full of references to pop culture, side by side with the traditional one by Everding in the same season. A solid cast does justice to his fun, entertaining, bold production.

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Joseph Keckler’s Let Me Die premieres in Philadelphia

A celebration of operatic death(s) in Philadelphia.
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Stockhausen marathon at the Musikfest Berlin

Over 10 years after his death, Karlheinz Stockhausen still occupies a complex and difficult place in the canon of contemporary composers. This year's Musikfest Berlin featured a Stockhausen focus, of which the "creation ceremony" Inori was the climax.
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Sternenhoch: Delightful depravity in Prague

The National Theater takes a bold step forward with a smart realization of a literary grotesquerie.
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