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Performer: Ailyn Pérez

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MilanErnaniNew Production

Verdi: Ernani
Ádám Fischer; Sven-Eric Bechtolf; Teatro alla Scala; Julian Crouch; Francesco Meli; Ailyn Pérez

MunichLa traviata

La traviata
Verdi: La traviata
Marco Armiliato; Günter Krämer; Bavarian State Opera; Andreas Reinhardt; Carlo Diappi; Ailyn Pérez; Atalla Ayan

New York CityLa bohème

Puccini: La bohème
James Gaffigan; Franco Zeffirelli; Metropolitan Opera; Peter J. Hall; Ailyn Pérez; Michael Fabiano

New York CityFalstaff

Verdi: Falstaff
Richard Farnes; Robert Carsen; Metropolitan Opera; Paul Steinberg; Brigitte Reiffenstuel; Ambrogio Maestri; Ailyn Pérez

HoustonDon Giovanni

Mozart: Don Giovanni
Cristian Măcelaru; Kasper Holten; Houston Grand Opera; Es Devlin; Anja Vang Kragh; Ryan McKinny; Paolo Bordogna
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An unexpected Met debut in Roméo et Juliette

Ailyn Pérez (Juliette) and Andrea Shin (Roméo) © Ken Howard | Metropolitan Opera
Bartlett Sher's production of Gounod's Romeo et Juliette returns to the Met. 
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Méphistophélès, the master puppeteer

Christian Van Horn (Méphistophélès) © Cory Weaver
Chicago's new Faust is a quest for youth but also a reflection on insipiration, fabrication and manipulation. 
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Ailyn Pérez an outstanding Thaïs

David Pittsinger (Polémon, left), Gerard Finley (Athanaël, singing) © Chris Lee | Metropolitan Opera
Ailyn Pérez draws every eye and ear to her in an easy-on-the-eye production that doesn't solve some of the work's inherent contradictions.
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Cracked mirror: La traviata at Staatsoper Berlin

Abdellah Lasri (Alfredo Germont) and Sonya Yoncheva (Violetta) © Bernd Uhlig (2015)
A gripping performance of one of opera’s masterpieces in Berlin. 
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An updated Roméo et Juliette at Santa Fe

Ailyn Pérez (Juliette) © Ken Howard
Santa Fe Opera presented Gounod’s Roméo et Juliette in Stephen Lawless’ mid 19th-century staging, a co-production with Barcelona's Liceu. Before the overture, General Director Charles MacKay came onstage to announce that Stephen Costello was ill and would be replaced by Joshua Guerrero, a graduate of the Los Angeles Opera Young Artist Program.
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