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LiverpoolFauré’s Requiem

Bizet, Fauré, Dukas
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; Ben Glassberg; Jacques Imbrailo; Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Choir


Lyadov, Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Ben Glassberg; Martin James Bartlett

ViennaDie lustigen Weiber von WindsorNew production

Nicolai: Merry Wives of Windsor, The (Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor)
Ben Glassberg; Nina Spijkers; Volksoper Wien; Rae Smith; Jorine van Beek; Orchestra of the Vienna Volksoper; Chorus of the Vienna Volksoper

ManchesterBBC Philharmonic

Smyth, Britten, Rachmaninov
BBC Philharmonic; Ben Glassberg; Steven Osborne

LilleSeason closing concertWorld premiere

Nante, Mahler
Orchestre National de Lille; Ben Glassberg; Jodie Devos; Simon Bode; Chœur Régional Hauts-de-France

SoissonsSeason closing concert

Nante, Mahler
Orchestre National de Lille; Ben Glassberg; Jodie Devos; Simon Bode; Chœur Régional Hauts-de-France
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Chilly revival of Jonathan Miller's Bohème at ENO

A well-sung revival of Jonathan Miller's Bohème at the coliseum fails to catch fire.
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Strong cast lifts constrained staging in Glyndebourne's Fidelio

A vast panopticon cages strong musical performances in Wake-Walker's Fidelio at Glyndebourne, with Dorothea Herbert and Adam Smith standing out vocally and emotionally as Leonore and Florestan.
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Portals into the surreal in La Monnaie's The Turn of the Screw

A highly satisfying level of polish in La Monnaie's stream in which one recognizes a precisely executed live performance at its core – one that would be thrilling to experience in person. 
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Operetta is back at Glyndebourne: Offenbach's Mesdames de la Halle

Glyndebourne welcome audiences back into the house with a one hour Offenbach operetta whose comedy and plot lines are thin but which still delights.
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Sun, sex and suspicious potions: L'elisir d'amore at Glyndebourne

Annabel Arden's superb production of Donizetti's classic makes a welcome return for the Glyndebourne Tour in a taut revival led by two excellent principals.
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A lip-smacking Hansel and Gretel at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre

Mezzo-soprano Rachel Kelly and soprano Susanna Hurrell were the eponymous pair and, my, how they chewed the scenery.
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