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Performer: Agneta Eichenholz

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AmsterdamMarc Albrecht conducts Beethoven's Symphony No. 9

© Melle Meivogel
Strauss R., Beethoven
Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra; Marc Albrecht; Agneta Eichenholz; Rosanne van Sandwijk; Peter Sonn; Christopher Purves

ViennaOrlandoWorld premiere

Neuwirth: Orlando
Matthias Pintscher; Karoline Gruber; Vienna State Opera; Roy Spahn; Kate Lindsey; Fiona Shaw; Eric Jurenas

AmsterdamMarc Albrecht conducts Beethoven's Symphony no. 9

© Marco Borggreve
Strauss R., Beethoven
Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra; Marc Albrecht; Agneta Eichenholz; Rosanne van Sandwijk; Peter Sonn; Christopher Purves
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Christof Loy’s Alcina still bewitches in Hamburg

Agneta Eichenholz (Alcina), Narea Son (Oberto) and Franco Fagioli (Ruggiero) © Hans Jörg Michel
The 2002 production of Handel’s masterpiece is revived with a solid cast under the baton of Riccardo Minasi.
****1
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A vocally strong Lulu in Vienna

Wolfgang Bankl (The Animal Trainer) and Agneta Eichenholz (Lulu) © Wiener Staatsoper GmbH | Michael Pöhn
Vienna staged the first three-act performance of Lulu with Willy Decker adding to his 2000 production, with excellent singing contributing to its success.
****1
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Peter Grimes a must-see in Vienna

Gieorgij Puchalski (John) and Agneta Eichenholz (Ellen) © Monika Rittershaus
Though certainly not the most heartwarming of tales this Christmas season, this is a production one shouldn’t miss.
****1
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Age of Anxiety: Dutch National Opera’s unsettling Arabella

A strong cast stars in Christof Loy's unsettling rethinking of Richard Strauss’ Arabella at the Dutch National Opera.
****1
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Wagner crépusculaire au Grand Théâtre de Genève

Petra Lang (Brünnhilde) © GTG / Carole Parodi
Un duo formidable et une mise en scène efficace : porté par Petra Lang et Michael Weinius, le Crépuscule des Dieux de Dieter Dorn est venu clore la tétralogie genevoise avec panache.
*****
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