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Performer: Christophe Dumaux

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MilanTeatro alla Scala Orchestra on historical instruments

Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala; Giovanni Antonini; Max Emanuel Cenčić; Christophe Dumaux; Carlo Vistoli
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Handel at La Scala, and it's a sensation

Danielle de Niese (Cleopatra) © Brescia & Amisano | Teatro alla Scala
Carsen's modern mise en scène of Handel's opera did not stand out for originality, but for finesse and elegance and that was substantially appreciated by the audience.
****1
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Handel’s Ariodante in Drottningholm's magical setting

Ann Hallenberg (Ariodante) and Roberta Mameli (Ginevra) © Mats Bäcker
A splendid cast led by Ann Hallenberg does justice to an integral version of Handel’s masterpiece under the baton of Ian Page.
****1
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Caldara's La Morte d’Abel rediscovered at Salzburg Whitsun festival

Soloists, Gianluca Capuano and Il canto di Orfeo © Marco Borrelli

A great performance of a nearly-forgotten 18th-century oratorio in Salzburg celebrates the castrati’s “Heavenly Voices”, the theme of the Whitsun festival.

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Christophe Dumaux Gala at Handel Festival, Göttingen

Christophe Dumaux © Alciro Theodoro da Silva

Countertenor Christophe Dumaux completely dazzles with a recital of a well-chosen range of Handel arias in Göttingen's Gala concert in the 2019 Handel festival

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Endless pleasure: Zurich revives Robert Carsen’s classic Semele

Cecilia Bartoli (Semele) © Suzanne Schwiertz (2006/7)
Cecilia Bartoli once again takes Zurich by storm under the guiding hand of Maestro William Christie for a wonderful evening of Handelian fun.
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Carry on Cleo: Joélle Harvey triumphs at Glyndebourne

Sarah Connolly (Giulio Cesare) and Joélle Harvey (Cleopatra) © Bill Cooper
Interviewed at the time of this production's first outing, McVicar declared that “Entertainment is not a dirty word”. His Giulio Cesare remains a hugely entertaining opera production.
****1
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