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Performer: Anna Princeva

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BonnLe nozze di Figaro

Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)
Daniel Johannes Mayr; Aron Stiehl; Theater Bonn; Dirk Kaftan; Timo Dentler; Okarina Peter; Max Karbe

LondonLa bohème

Puccini: La bohème
Kevin John Edusei; Richard Jones; The Royal Opera; Evelino Pidò; Paul Wynne Griffiths; Stewart Laing; Mimi Jordan Sherin
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Pared-down Puccini: The Royal Opera's La bohème gains new urgency

A uniformly excellent ensemble enlivens the Royal Opera House's latest Bohème revival.
****1
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Michieletto's brilliantly interwoven Cav & Pag in Sydney

Damiano Michieletto's inspired intertwining of the standard double-bill of Cavalleria rusticana and Pagliacci makes for vivid storytelling, the whole supported by an excellent cast solidly directed by Andrea Licata.
****1
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A disappointing Don Giovanni in Prague

Whilst the spirit of Mozart permeates the Estates Theatre in Prague, it was sadly absent in both the staging and singing of his “work of uninterrupted perfection”.  
**111
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Don Giovanni where it began, at the Estates Theatre in Prague

Seeing Don Giovanni at the Estates Theatre in Prague is a special occasion, for two reasons. Firstly, for the history: it’s the theatre where the opera was first performed, back in 1787. Secondly, because today’s Estates Theatre is one of the loveliest opera houses you will find anywhere. Seating just 643, it’s an intimate space, in the classic horseshoe parterre-plus-boxes configuration.
***11
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Verführung misslungen: Don Giovanni an der Oper Graz

Ein blasser Interpret in der Titelrolle und eine uninspirierte Inszenierung sorgten für einen zähen Abend.

**111
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Neues und Altbewährtes beim Eröffnungskonzert der Oper Graz

Einen Bogen von Beethoven zu Weinberg spannte Roland Kluttig bei seinem ersten Konzert als Chefdirigent der Grazer Philharmoniker.

****1
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