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PragueYuja Wang plays Stravinsky's Concerto for piano and winds

Smolka, Stravinsky, Janáček
Czech Philharmonic; Semyon Bychkov; Prague Philharmonic Choir; Lukáš Vasilek; Yuja Wang; Evelina Dobračeva

ViennaThe Czech Philharmonic in Vienna III

Ullmann, Martinů, Janáček
Czech Philharmonic; Semyon Bychkov; Singverein der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Wien; Johannes Prinz; Thomas Quasthoff; Katia Labèque

HamburgThe Czech Philharmonic in Hamburg III

Martinů, Janáček
Czech Philharmonic; Semyon Bychkov; Prague Philharmonic Choir; Lukáš Vasilek; Katia Labèque; Marielle Labèque
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Czech lyricism and fervour from the LSO and Kazushi Ono

Kazushi Ono and LSO forces go with the flow in Janáček’s Glagolitic Mass after a relatively uninspiring first half.

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Lolita in Prague: a bold foray into forbidden love

The National Theater opens the season with Rodion Shchedrin's searing version of Lolita, with spectacularly disturbing results.
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Korngold's Dead City is not so dead in Berlin

In Robert Carsen's staging, the “dead city” is absent: the scenery showing a bourgeois room that one imagines overlooking a bright avenue in Vienna or Berlin rather than a dark alley in Bruges.
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Supernatural high jinks in Prague: The Love for Three Oranges

A colorful, light-hearted approach captures the spirit of Prokofiev's LʼAmour des trois oranges.
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Fleeting happiness: Robert Carsen's Tote Stadt at the Komische Oper

The Komische Oper's new staging of Korngold's opera doesn't quite offer the necessary scale or atmosphere. 
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A cultural touchstone takes centre-stage at Prague's National Theatre

Smetana's Libuše makes a timely reappearance in Prague.
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