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Performer: Catherine Zuber

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AmsterdamPorgy and BessNew production

Porgy and Bess
Gershwin: Porgy and Bess
James Gaffigan; James Robinson; Dutch National Opera; Michael Yeargan; Catherine Zuber; Eric Owens; Adina Aaron

HoustonFlorencia en el Amazonas

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Catán: Florencia en el Amazonas
Patrick Summers; Francesca Zambello; Houston Grand Opera; Robert Israel; Catherine Zuber; Ana María Martínez; Alicia Gianni

HamburgLe Grand Macabre (Halbszenische Aufführung)

Ligeti: Le Grand Macabre
Alan Gilbert; Douglas Fitch; Catherine Zuber; NDR Chor; NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchester

BerlinRigolettoNew production

Verdi: Rigoletto
Andrés Orozco-Estrada; Bartlett Sher; Staatsoper Berlin; Michael Yeargan; Catherine Zuber; Christopher Maltman; Nadine Sierra
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Yoncheva and Dudamel shine in a blazing Otello at the Met

Sonya Yoncheva (Desdemona) © Ken Howard | Metropolitan Opera
When it comes to the title role, Bartlett Sher's non-interventionist production misses the core of the character. 
****1
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Porgy and Bess at ENO: Gershwin's music the winner

Nicole Cabell (Bess), Eric Greene (Porgy) © Tristram Kenton
Porgy and Bess isn’t a perfect opera, but English National Opera's new production is a strong one. 
****1
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The San Francisco Ring: Episode IV – A New Hope

Daniel Brenna (Siegfried), Stacey Tappan, Renée Tatum and Lauren McNeese (Rhinemaidens) © Cory Weaver | San Francisco Opera
The world is gloriously redeemed in the gripping final installment of San Francisco Opera's Ring cycle.
*****
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A gritty Siegfried at San Francisco Opera

Daniel Brenna (Siegfried) © Cory Weaver | San Francisco Opera
Both the technical effects and the singing impress in San Francisco Opera's dark Siegfried.
****1
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Valkyries parachute into San Francisco

Iréne Theorin (Brünnhilde) and her Valkyrie sisters © Cory Weaver | San Francisco Opera
San Francisco Opera's Die Walküre overcame a disappointing first act, winning the audience over with excellent singing and playing and impressive stage effects.
****1
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