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Performer: Benjamin Bernheim

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ZurichEugene Onegin

Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin
Gianandrea Noseda; Barrie Kosky; Zurich Opera; Rebecca Ringst; Klaus Bruns; Franck Evin; Philharmonia Zürich

ZurichRoméo et JulietteNew production

Gounod: Roméo et Juliette
Roberto Forés Veses; Ted Huffman; Zurich Opera; Andrew Lieberman; Annemarie Woods; Franck Evin; Philharmonia Zürich

SalzburgLucia di Lammermoor

Donizetti: Lucia di Lammermoor
Daniele Rustioni; Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra; Philharmonia Chor Wien; Ludovic Tézier; Lisette Oropesa
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Oropesa and Bernheim triumph in Lucia di Lammermoor in Zurich

The Opernhaus Zürich revives Tatjana Gürbaca's underwhelming production of Gaetano Donizetti’s masterpiece but with two absolute stars in the main roles.

***11
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Sabine Devieilhe and Benjamin Bernheim in a charming concert in Zurich

The two French singers convince in a programme including French late Romantics, Richard Strauss and a Verdi world premiere!
****1
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Tears in the rain: La bohème at the Staatsoper Berlin

The Staatsoper Unter den Linden revives a successful, romantic production by Lindy Hume, with Eleonora Buratto and Benjamin Bernheim as the protagonists.
****1
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A new Nabucco on the block in Zurich

Andreas Homoki’s new Zurich production capitalises on some quirky staging, but features superb voices in its principal roles and shows the best of the house’s joint choirs.
***11
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Pappano and the LSO bring the Italians out of the opera pit

An evening of three Italian opera composers on the concert platform, crowned with a glowing performance of Puccini's rarely heard Messa di Gloria.
****1
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Blue is the new Violet: an outstanding Traviata debut

On her house debut, in Covent Garden's second cast of the year, Angel Blue is completely convincing as Verdi's doomed courtesan; Benjamin Bernheim is an unconventional but compelling Alfredo; Simone Piazzola a persuasive Germont père.
****1
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