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Performer: Anthony Roth Costanzo

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UnknownWorld Opera Day: Celebration Concert Act II

World Opera Day: Celebration Concert Act II
Sviridov, Gluck, Donizetti, Verdi, Sorozábal, Hankash, Somtow Sucharitkul
Nikolai Zemlyanskyh; Hera Hyesang Park; Vitor Mascarenhas; Siobhan Stagg

HamburgGyörgy Ligeti Le Grand Macabre

Ligeti: Le Grand Macabre
Alan Gilbert; Douglas Fitch; Clifton Taylor; Catherine Zuber; Mark Schowalter; Marta Fontanals-Simmons
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Glass' Akhnaten mesmerizes at The Met

J'Nai Bridges (Nefertiti), Anthony Roth Costanzo (Akhnaten) and Dísella Lárusdóttir (Queen Tye) © Karen Almond | Met Opera
The third in the composer’s “portrait” trilogy finally arrives at The Met in Phelim McDermott's spectacular production. 
*****
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Mesmerising Akhnaten returns to ENO

Anthony Roth Costanzo (Akhnaten) © Jane Hobson
Philip Glass' hypnotic opera returns in Phelim McDermott's outstanding production that respects the solemn, statuesque grandeur and epic ritual of the score. 
*****
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Baroque and minimalism juxtaposed in Glass Handel

Anthony Roth Costanzo costumed by Raf Simons for Calvin Klein © Dominic M Mercier (Opera Philadelphia, September 2018)
Costanzo supposed to be the unifying factor of the performance, but he wasn’t always able to surpass the numerous distractions. 
***11
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Sex, angels and cannibalism: Written on Skin

Anthony Roth Costanzo (The Boy) and Lauren Snouffer (Agnès) © Kelly & Massa for Opera Philadelphia
Written on Skin is a cold but effective opera full of musical and dramatic energy. Opera Philadelphia's new staging and talented young cast do it justice.
****1
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A Mozart-Pergolesi combo concert... with dance

Jessica Lang Dance performing Stabat Mater © Kevin Yatarola
An unlikely double bill of Mozart and Pergolesi at the Lincoln Center's White Light Festival. 
****1
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Le Grand Macabre: surreal, madcap, sublime

Pavlo Hunka (the Nekrotzar) and Peter Hoare (Piet the Pot) © John Phillips | Getty Images
Simon Rattle leads the LSO and a fine chorus and cast of soloists in Ligeti's masterpiece: surreal, madcap but touching the sublime.
*****
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