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Performer: Allison Cook

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BarcelonaL'enigma di Lea

Casablancas: L'Enigma di Lea
Josep Pons; Carme Portacelli; Gran Teatre del Liceu; Allison Cook; José Antonio López; Sara Blanch; Anaïs Masllorens
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Purcell and beyond: Errollyn Wallen’s dramatic new Dido’s Ghost

A dramatic new opera from Errollyn Wallen, with the Dunedin Consort, chorus and a strong cast including Isabelle Peters, Matthew Brook, Nardus Williams and Allison Cook.

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Even crazier than the books: Gerald Barry's Alice

Barry goes for out-weirding Carroll at a fast and furious pace. There's plenty of fun and it's beautifully staged – but is that enough?
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Libertine cynicism in music: Francesconi's Quartett at La Scala

After 76 performances in 17 theatres and seven different productions, Quartett returns to La Scala in the original sgating by Àlex Ollé of La Fura dels Baus and the Milan audience is once more captivated.
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Flogging a dead horse: a new Salome at English National Opera

ENO's new production of Salome which opens the season features some commendable music-making, but is let down by a flawed concept and dull staging.
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Scottish Opera’s Greek: a lively update on Oedipus

Alex Otterburn as East End Eddy gives a towering performance in Scottish Opera’s revival of its Edinburgh Festival production of Mark Anthony Turnage’s Greek.
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The importance of being Alice

Lewis Carroll's Alice: so crazy that all Gerald Barry can do is make it crazier.
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