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Performer: Andrew Dickinson

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BerlinHänsel und Gretel

Hänsel und Gretel
Humperdinck: Hänsel und Gretel
Donald Runnicles; Andreas Homoki; Deutsche Oper Berlin; Daniel Carter; Wolfgang Gussmann; Irene Roberts

BerlinDie Fledermaus

Die Fledermaus
Strauss II: Die Fledermaus
Stefan Blunier; Rolando Villazón; Deutsche Oper Berlin; Stephan Zilias; Johannes Leiacker; Thibault Vancraenenbroeck; Burkhard Ulrich

BerlinPikowaja DamaNew production

Tchaikovsky: The Queen of Spades (Pique Dame)
Sebastian Weigle; Graham Vick; Deutsche Oper Berlin; Stuart Nunn; Martin Muehle; Sondra Radvanovsky
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An expanded Diary of One Who Disappeared at BAM

Marie Hamard and Andrew Dickinson © Richard Termine
Pianist Lada Valešová was the anchor of the performance where Janáček's song cycle gets the van Hove treatment.
****1
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A darkly atmospheric Turn of the Screw from Bury Court Opera

Bury Court Opera's The Turn of the Screw © Robert Workman
As the Governess Alison Rose was the ideal suffering soprano, her eyes an imbroglio of psychological disturbances.
****1
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Wozzeck goes Norwegian at the Deutsche Oper

Elena Zhidkova (Marie) and Johan Reuter (Wozzeck) © Marcus Lieberenz
The passion of Alban Berg's music under Donald Runnicles fights against a disjointed production by Ole Anders Tandberg.
***11
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A wing and a prayer: Le Prophète

Elena Tsallagova (Berthe) and Clémentine Margaine (Fidès) © Bettina Stöß
Oliver Py's new Meyerbeer staging offers plenty of clichés, but is a solid show, backed up by a fine musical performance.
****1
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Grand opéra, grand singing: Les Huguenots

Olesya Golovneva (Valentine) and Juan Diego Flórez (Raoul) © Bettina Stöss
Meyerbeer's little performed work is given an enthusiastic rendering, with star singing from a big cast led by Flórez, Ciofi and Jerkunica. David Alden's quality Personenregie makes up for some unconvincing setting choices.
****1
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