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RotterdamRequiem, A Memorial Concert

Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra
Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra; Manfred Honeck; Christina Landshamer; Marie-Henriette Reinhold; Patrick Grahl; Mikhail Timoshenko

LondonWorld Meditation Day Concert

Monk, Riley, Ligeti, Glass, Satie, Pärt, Birtwistle, Cage, Debussy, Ravel, Messiaen
Christina McMaster; Lana Trotovsek; Unknown

SydneyThe Loves of Apollo and Dafne

Cavalli: Gli amori d'Apollo e di Dafne
Erin Helyard; Mitchell Butel; Pinchgut Opera; Jeremy Allen; Melanie Liertz; Alexander Berlage; Max Riebl

ValenciaCavalleria rusticana & Pagliacci

Mascagni, Leoncavallo
Jordi Bernàcer; Giancarlo del Monaco; Palau de Les Arts Reina Sofia; Johannes Leiacker; Birgit Wentsch; Sonia Ganassi; Jorge de Léon

ParisLes sept péchés capitaux

Weill: The Seven Deadly Sins
Benjamin Lévy; Jacques Osinski; L'Aurore Boréale; Yann Chapotel; Hélène Kritikos; Catherine Verheyde; Nathalie Pérez

RotterdamRound 5: Opera

International Conducting Competition Rotterdam
Various: Opera
Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra; Finalists of the International Conducting Competition Rotterdam; Rotterdam Symphony Chorus; Unknown


Strauss R.: Elektra
Franz Welser-Möst; Krzysztof Warlikowski; Małgorzata Szczęśniak; Felice Ross; Kamil Polak
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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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A Soldier's Story 5.0: the devil returns to the Hong Kong Sinfonietta

The Soldier’s Story illustrated a thematic integration of ideas in a programme that was as diverse as it was bold.
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