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Performer: Alexandra Oomens

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LondonCarmen

Bizet: Carmen
Kerem Hasan; Calixto Bieito; English National Opera; Alfons Flores; Mercè Paloma; Bruno Poet; English National Opera Orchestra

ParisFestival Présences – Concert de clôture – Chin, Filidei, MérigeauWorld premiere

Chin, Filidei, Mérigeau
Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France; Antony Hermus; Faustine De Monès; Alexandra Oomens; Sonia Wieder-Atherton; Lucile Dollat

SydneyMembra Jesu Nostri

Buxtehude: Membra Jesu Nostri, BuxWV 75
Orchestra of the Antipodes; Erin Helyard; Alexandra Oomens; Lauren Lodge-Campbell; Hannah Fraser; Louis Hurley
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Second Elizabethan age receives a noble tribute in ENO's Gloriana

When done as well as this, a "concert staging" is not oxymoronic, but a precise term for a valuable mode of presentation.
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A fine tail: new Cunning Little Vixen at English National Opera

ENO has a long and fine history in Janáček’s corpus, and Jamie Manton's new production, performed by a cast that revels in the clash between nature and mankind, has much in which to delight.

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Laurels for Pinchgut Opera's Loves of Apollo and Dafne

Love comes in 57 varieties in Cavalli's Apollo and Dafne, and they're both enjoyed and suffered by a dynamic cast of six playing 20 characters.
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Pinchgut Opera's Easter concert

Soprano Alexandra Oomens confirmed her star potential, but all soloists and players shone in this jubilant concert featuring Telemann's Thunder Ode and Bach's Easter Oratorio
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Emotion and mayhem: a golden double bill from Royal Academy Opera

Students triumph in Tchaikovsky's Iolanta and Ravel's L'Enfant et les sortilèges.
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Sublimely ridiculous: Grétry’s L’Amant jaloux

Another ancient hit revived and delivered with panache by Sydney-based Pinchgut Opera: Gretry's L'Amant jaloux (1778) proved it still could raise laughs, aided by a superb cast. 
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