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Performer: Allan Clayton

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MunichDie Meistersinger von Nürnberg

Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg
Wagner: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg
Kirill Petrenko; David Bösch; Bavarian State Opera; Patrick Bannwart; Meentje Nielsen; Sara Jakubiak; Allan Clayton

LondonProm 37: L’Enfance du Christ

Berlioz: The Childhood of Christ
The Hallé; Sir Mark Elder; Dame Sarah Connolly; Allan Clayton; Roderick Williams; Neal Davies

LondonProm 55: Jephtha

Handel: Jephtha
Allan Clayton; Jeanine De Bique; Hilary Summers; Tim Mead

LondonBeethoven & Tippett

Tippett, Beethoven
Allan Clayton; James Baillieu

AmsterdamAllan Clayton and James Baillieu: Beethoven and Britten

© Sim Canetty Clarke
Beethoven, Tippett, Britten
Allan Clayton; James Baillieu
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Purves' Mephisto dominates La Damnation de Faust at Glyndebourne

Julie Boulliane (Marguerite), Allan Clayton (Faust) and actors © Richard Hubert Smith
Christopher Purves bosses the show as Méphistophélès; Richard Jones' production is intelligent and carefully thought through but ultimately unconvincing.
***11
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Britten Sinfonia's electric Messiah: Look, no hands!

Sophie Bevan © Sussie Ahlburg
A conductorless performance of Handel's masterpiece lights up the Barbican.
****1
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Voltaire à la Kosky: a magical Candide at Komische Oper

Allan Clayton (Candide) © Monika Rittershaus
Serious farce, warm-hearted sarcasm, operatic Broadway: Barrie Kosky and Komische Oper turn Bernstein's problem child into a show that thrills from start to finish.
*****
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The Bohemians and Britten: Simon Rattle/LSO

Allan Clayton, Elizabeth Watts, Simon Rattle, Alice Coote and the LSO © Doug Peters | PA Wire
There was a tingle to this concert, as if musicians and audience alike saw clearly for the first time what riches lie ahead.
****1
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Prom 72: A reflective War Requiem from the RSNO

Peter Oundjian © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
Britten's profoundly pacifist work is given a calm reading by Peter Oundjian and the RSNO: soprano Erin Wall, the RSNO Junior Chorus and the wind players provide the high spots of the evening.
***11
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