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Performer: Ainhoa Arteta

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MadridDon Carlo

Don Carlo
Verdi: Don Carlo(s)
Nicola Luisotti; Sir David McVicar; Diego García Rodríguez; Robert Jones; Brigitte Reiffenstuel; Dmitry Belosselskiy

El EscorialMadama Butterfly

Puccini: Madama Butterfly
Giuseppe Finzi; Emilio López; Palau de Les Arts Reina Sofia; Manuel Zuriaga; Mónica Teijeiro; Ainhoa Arteta; Marcelo Puente
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Dangerous times: Giordano’s Andrea Chénier in Seville

Ainhoa Arteta (Maddalena) and Alfred Kim (Andrea Chénier) © Guillermo Mendo

Alfonso Romero Morta’s lavish production of Andrea Chénier arrives in Seville with Alfred Kim, Juan Jesús Rodríguez and Ainhoa Arteta heading a strong cast under conductor Pedro Halffter.

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Tosca finally set in its own time and place

Brian Jagde (Cavaradossi) and Ainhoa Arteta (Tosca) © Luciano Romano
After a number of eccentric stagings, Mario Pontiggia's traditional production is a hit in Naples. 
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Tosca under Nazi occupation breaks hearts

Teodor Ilincăi (Cavaradossi) and Ainhoa Arteta (Tosca) © Prudence Upton
Splendid performances and a Nazi makeover turns Puccini's political tragedy into a visceral experience.
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A director's Falstaff in Naples

Roberto de Candia Falstaff) © Luciano Romano
Good overall singing, but the Steinberg's conducting was completely subordinate to the stage directions.
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A second helping for Carsen’s delicious Falstaff

If “all the world’s a jest”, as Sir John Falstaff claims at the end of Verdi’s final operatic masterpiece, then we need players – and directors – with a sense of frivolity. Robert Carsen truly delivers. 
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