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Performer: Carlo Rizzi

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LondonZingari: The Complete Opera in One Act

Puccini, Leoncavallo
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Carlo Rizzi; Krassimira Stoyanova; Arsen Soghomonyan; Carlos Álvarez; Łukasz Goliński

AntwerpStrauss's Also Sprach Zarathustra

Mahler, Berg, Strauss R.
Antwerp Symphony Orchestra; Carlo Rizzi; Katrien Baerts
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La CoruñaSinfonía 8 de Dvořák con Carlo Rizzi

Dvořák: Symphony no. 8 in G major, Op.88
Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia; Carlo Rizzi

PesaroArmida

Rossini: Armida
Carlo Rizzi; Luca Ronconi; Rossini Opera Festival; Margherita Palli; Giovanna Buzzi; Randall Bills
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A “poem of blood and lust” reconsidered at Deutsche Oper Berlin

If you have dismissed this opera as overstuffed kitsch in the past, you might want to take a look at this production. It could well change your mind.
*****
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WNO’s Figaro revival crackles with humour and exudes joie de vivre

A solid Figaro in Cardiff, in which individual performances are a joy, and humour abounds. 
****1
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WNO tackles Vêpres but the vocal fireworks fail to ignite

David Pountney completes his “Verdi trilogy” for the company but although his staging has fluidity, it lacks an explosive ending... and the vocal performances disappoint. 
***11
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Classic Robert Wilson: Turandot opens Canadian Opera Company season

Director Robert Wilson and conductor Carlo Rizzi combine effectively to create a visually striking and musically memorable Turandot that emphasizes the hieratic and the mythical with a notable absence of unnecessary histrionics.

****1
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Puns, dirty jokes and bizarre misunderstandings

A new, successful production by Leiser and Caurier supports a great cast of Rossini specialists, with Teresa Iervolino, Paolo Bordogna and Davide Luciano in the lead roles.
****1
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Joyce El-Khoury shines as Donizetti's Tudor queen

It is a thing of wonder that Roberto Devereux is one of Donizetti’s lesser known works. Whether on account of its challenging soprano part, or its fussy Tudor setting, it is rarely performed, but contains some of the composer’s most beautiful – and indeed memorable – arias and duets.
****1
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