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Performer: Christian Gerhaher

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LondonChristian Gerhaher, Gerold Huber

Wigmore Hall
Holliger, Schumann, Wolf
Christian Gerhaher; Gerold Huber

Aix-en-ProvenceWozzeckNew production

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Berg: Wozzeck
Sir Simon Rattle; Simon McBurney; Miriam Buether; Christina Cunningham; Paul Anderson; London Symphony Orchestra

Aix-en-ProvenceChristian Gerhaher & Gerold Huber

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Schumann
Christian Gerhaher; Gerold Huber
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MunichHaitink conducts Webern, Mahler and Shostakovich

Webern, Mahler, Shostakovich
Bernard Haitink; Christian Gerhaher; Bavarian Radio Symphony Choir

LondonChristian Gerhaher, Gerold Huber

Holliger, Wolf, Schumann, Schoeck
Christian Gerhaher; Gerold Huber
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Andris Nelsons conducts splendid Tannhäuser excerpts in Boston

Soloists Klaus Florian Vogt, Christian Gerhaher, Amber Wagner and Marina Prudenskaya star in Act 3 of Tannhäuser.
****1
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Splendid performance of Parsifal amid Audi's bleakness in Munich

The Bayerische Staatsoper's revival of a controversial production containing Georg Baselitz’s artwork succeeds with strong musical performances led by veterans of Wagnerian operas.
****1
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Lords of all they purvey: Gerhaher and Huber perform Brahms

The pleasure of Gerhaher’s comforting persona and his instinctive convergence with Huber’s pianism won over the Wigmore Hall audience – as they invariably do.
****1
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Lisette Oropesa's Violetta is one of the greats at Covent Garden

Following success in New York and Madrid, Oropesa gives Covent Garden a Violetta that will be difficult to better.
****1
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Christian Gerhaher’s first portrait concert at the Musikverein

Swiss composer Othmar Schoeck’s Notturno is the rarity in an imaginative chamber recital dedicated to nocturnal music and transfiguration.   
****1
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Lear in Munich: brilliant performance, but lifelessly staged

A superb cast of singers is let down by Christoph Marthaler's cold, stilted staging as Reimann's Lear returns to its birthplace.  
***11
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