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BerlinDon Carlo

Verdi: Don Carlo(s)
James Gaffigan; Marco Arturo Marelli; Deutsche Oper Berlin; Dagmar Niefind; Alex Esposito

StockholmLucia with Nacka Musikklasser

Traditional
Filip Hamber; Sofia Karlsson; Martin Hederos; Performers from the Nacka Music School; Johan Holgersson

BerlinElektra

Strauss R.: Elektra
Juraj Valčuha; Kirsten Harms; Deutsche Oper Berlin; Bernd Damovsky; Catherine Foster; Tanja Ariane Baumgartner

BerlinLohengrin

Wagner: Lohengrin
Sir Donald Runnicles; Kasper Holten; Deutsche Oper Berlin; Steffen Aarfing; Jesper Kongshaug; David Butt Philip

BerlinLa traviata

Verdi: La traviata
Dominic Limburg; Götz Friedrich; Deutsche Oper Berlin; Frank Philipp Schlößmann; Klaus Bruns; Ulrich Niepel; Mané Galoyan

BerlinTannhäuser

Wagner: Tannhäuser
Sir Donald Runnicles; Kirsten Harms; Deutsche Oper Berlin; Bernd Damovsky; Inga Timm; Camilla Nylund

Saffron WaldenRonnie Scott’s presents: Rhapsody in Blue

Gershwin
Ronnie Scott's Big Band
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McVicar's Magic Flute staging revived at the Royal Opera House

Unlike many Flutes, David McVicar's 2003 production treats Mozart's score as a proper opera, albeit with romp instead of pomp. 
****1
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Aleksandra Kurzak impresses in latest Covent Garden Traviata revival

In its 25th anniversary season, Richard Eyre's production continues to attract the world's great sopranos to the role of Violetta, the latest being Aleksandra Kurzak. 
****1
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The resurrection of an opera: Alfano's Risurrezione in Florence

Risurrezione is a work whose value is to be found more in the orchestra than in the vocal lines, a peculiar thing for an Italian opera belonging to an epoch that gloried in enticing melodies.
***11
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Barocktage opens with a murder: Scarlatti’s Il primo omicidio

Romeo Castellucci’s inspiring and spiritual production lands in Berlin, with a superb cast of Baroque specialists and the B’Rock Orchestra under the baton of René Jacobs.
****1
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Colin Currie conducts Reich/Richter at the Barbican

A new collaboration from Gerhard Richter and Steve Reich tantalises and enthralls in London.
****1
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Cinderella with a twist in Seattle

An enchanting production, imaginative, amusing and suitable for children of all ages.
*****
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Manchester Camerata tackle Mozart's Gran Partita

Manchester Camerata looks to Sven Helbig for its next cross-genre collaborator, with some hits and some misses.
***11
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