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Performer: Andrew Watts

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StockholmOlga Neuwirth

Stockholms Konserthusstiftelse
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra; Baldur Brönnimann; Andrew Watts; Joakim Agnas

MunichLearNew production

Reimann: Lear
Jukka-Pekka Saraste; Christoph Marthaler; Bavarian State Opera; Anna Viebrock; Dorothee Curio; Christian Gerhaher; Angela Denoke

ParisNeuwirth: The OutcastConcert performance

Neuwirth: The Outcast
Matthias Pintscher; Susanne Elmark; Otto Katzameier; Andrew Watts; Georgette Dee

BerlinL'Orfeo (konzertant)

Graun: L'Orfeo
Howard Arman; Staatsoper Berlin; Lucile Richardot; Sophie Karthäuser; Sunhae Im; Roberta Mameli


Widmann: Babylon
Christopher Ward; Andreas Kriegenburg; Staatsoper Berlin; Harald Thor; Tanja Hofmann; Mojca Erdmann; Susanne Elmark
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Jörg Widmann's Babylon revised for Staatsoper Berlin premiere

Charles Workman (Tammu) © Arno Declair
Widmann packs everything into Babylon – from classical arias to dissonant clusters, military marches, film music and a few chamber music moments.
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A stylish Rake's Progress from Jurowski and the LPO

Matthew Rose © Lena Kern
Toby Spence, Matthew Rose and Andrew Watts shine in a fluent semi-staging at the Royal Festival Hall.
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The Rake’s Progress in the here and now at Dutch National Opera

Andrew Watts (Baba the Turk) and Paul Appleby (Tom Rakewell) © Monika Rittershaus
Virtuoso modern stagecraft and a fine cast combine in a very enjoyable, present-day Rake’s Progress.
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A heavy crown: austere Monteverdi at the Staatsoper

Max Emanuel Cenčić (Nerone) and Anna Prohaska (Poppea) © Bernd Uhlig
The Staatsoper's new L'incoronazione di Poppea is serious, intelligent but short on fire.
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Elena Langer's Figaro Gets a Divorce shines in Geneva

David Stout (Figaro) and Marie Arnet (Susanna) © GTG | Magali Dougados
Elena Langer's gorgeous and tongue-in-cheek Figaro Gets a Divorce shines in Geneva, despite David Pountney's boxy libretto. 
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