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Performer: Christian Lacroix

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Los AngelesLe nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)New production

Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)
James Conlon; James Gray; LA Opera; Santo Loquasto; Christian Lacroix; Christopher Maltman; Guanqun Yu

ParisLe bourgeois gentilhomme

© Pascal Victor
Lully: Le bourgeois gentilhomme
Christophe Coin; Emmanuel Bourdieu; Éric Ruf; Christian Lacroix; Thibault Vinçon; Jean-Noël Brouté

ToulonLe Comte Ory

Rossini: Le Comte Ory
Jurjen Hempel; Denis Podalydès; Opéra de Toulon; Éric Ruf; Christian Lacroix; Francisco Brito; Ève-Maud Hubeaux

HamburgMadama Butterfly

Puccini: Madama Butterfly
Daniele Callegari; Vincent Boussard; Hamburg State Opera; Vincent Lemaire; Christian Lacroix; Elena Guseva; Stefano La Colla
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Ailyn Pérez an outstanding Thaïs

David Pittsinger (Polémon, left), Gerard Finley (Athanaël, singing) © Chris Lee | Metropolitan Opera
Ailyn Pérez draws every eye and ear to her in an easy-on-the-eye production that doesn't solve some of the work's inherent contradictions.
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A dark masquerade in Barcelona

Carlos Álvarez (Renato) and Piotr Beczała (Riccardo) © A. Bofill
A dark minimalist inspiration for Vincent Boussard’s co-production of the Boston version of Un ballo in maschera, returning to the Gran Teatre del Liceu after 16 years.
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Lohengrin in black and white

Director Johannes Erath sets Wagner's Lohengrin balancing on a knife edge between fantasy and reality in a beautiful, thought-provoking and magnificently sung production.
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Candide lights up the stage of the Berlin State Opera

Berlin's Candide is a tour-de-force of dramatic, comic and musical brilliance.
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Radamisto at the Theater an der Wien: A bit fishy

When the Theater an der Wien’s in-house magazine featured an article about costumes created by none other than Christian Lacroix for this new production of Radamisto, I was intrigued by the pictures, but also a bit nonplussed by the idea that his gowns had been hand-painted in order to illustrate the different levels of Radamisto’s nightmare.
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