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Performer: Andreas Bauer Kanabas

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PooleBSO: Elektra

BSO: Elektra
Strauss R.: Elektra
Kirill Karabits; Allison Oakes; Catherine Foster; Susan Bullock

BirminghamBSO: Elektra

BSO: Elektra
Strauss R.: Elektra
Kirill Karabits; Allison Oakes; Catherine Foster; Susan Bullock


Verdi: Nabucco
Stephan Zilias; Keith Warner; Deutsche Oper Berlin; Tilo Steffens; Julia Müer; George Gagnidze; Liudmyla Monastyrska

Frankfurt am MainDon Carlo

Verdi: Don Carlo(s)
Stefan Soltesz; Sir David McVicar; Oper Frankfurt; Robert Jones; Brigitte Reiffenstuel; Andreas Bauer Kanabas; Simon Lim

Frankfurt am MainTristan und IsoldeNew production

Wagner: Tristan und Isolde
Sebastian Weigle; Katharina Thoma; Oper Frankfurt; Johannes Leiacker; Irina Bartels; Rachel Nicholls; Vincent Wolfsteiner
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Magical Flute: McVicar's Zauberflöte returns to Covent Garden

Elsa Dreisig (Pamina) and Tuuli Takala (Queen of the Night) © ROH | Tristram Kenton

David McVicar’s imaginative staging of Mozart’s The Magic Flute comes back for its eighth run at the Royal Opera with an excellent new cast.

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Iain Paterson's Dutchman drops anchor in Frankfurt

Wolfgang Koch (Dutchman) and Erika Sunnegårdh (Senta) © Barbara Aumüller (2015)
Iain Paterson's house debut as the Holländer was sufficient reason to drop anchor in the Main for this revival of David Bösch's 2015 production. 
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Komische Oper's Zauberflöte enchants Budapest

Komische Oper's Die Zauberflöte © Iko Freese | drama-berlin.de
With a guest performance of the Komische Oper Berlin, Barrie Kosky's and Suzanne Andrade's magical production triumphs in Budapest.
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Irresistible coolness in Barrie Kosky's Carmen

Kateryna Kasper (Frasquita), Paula Murrihy (Carmen), Elizabeth Reiter (Mercédès) & dancers © Monika Rittershaus | Oper Frankfurt
Paula Murrihy's role debut in Frankfurt not only proves to be infatuating, but also irresistibly cool.
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“Six shall obey, the seventh betray"

With thrilling sets and clever direction of the actors, the latest Dresden production of Weber’s Der Freischütz, that most German of all operas, struck a neat balance between tradition and kitsch
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