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Performer: Charles Edwards

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West HorsleyTristan und Isolde

Wagner: Tristan und Isolde
Stephen Barlow; Charles Edwards; Grange Park Opera; Gabrielle Dalton; Tim Mitchell; The Gascoigne Orchestra


Massenet: Werther
Sir Antonio Pappano; Benoît Jacquot; The Royal Opera; Charles Edwards; Christian Gasc; Orchestra of the Royal Opera House Covent Garden

San FranciscoIl trovatore

Verdi: Il trovatore
Eun Sun Kim; Sir David McVicar; San Francisco Opera; Charles Edwards; Brigitte Reiffenstuel; Jennifer Tipton; San Francisco Opera Orchestra
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Sir David McVicar's new Trittico a triumph for Scottish Opera

Scottish Opera’s 60th birthday present proves a triumph, with outstanding singing from Karen Cargill, Sunyoung Seo, Viktor Antipenko and Roland Wood. 

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Guilty pleasures: Yoncheva stars in a new Fedora at the Met

There are plenty of vocal thrills in Sir David McVicar's new production of Giordano's revenge thriller at the Metropolitan Opera.
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A fine showing for the 1884 Italian version of Don Carlo at the Met

A revival for Sir David McVicar's staging from last season, but this time reverting from French to the four-act Italian version, conducted by Carlo Rizzi. 
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A brilliant barrack room ballad: Otello at Grange Park Opera

Gwyn Hughes Jones, Elizabeth Llewellyn and Sir Simon Keenlyside star in David Alden's setting of Otello in a militarised Cyprus.
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Musical excellence mired by stale production in the Met's Don Carlos

The Metropolitan Opera performs the original French version of Don Carlos for the first time with a distinguished ensemble of soloists, but the static production offers no new insights into the depth of Verdi's masterpiece.
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La Calisto arrives at La Scala for the first time and triumphs

Cavalli's debut at La Scala is a triumph, earning applause that not even a Bohème or a Traviata can sometimes elicit. 
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