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Performer: Clémentine Margaine

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BerlinAdriana Lecouvreur (konzertant)

Adriana Lecouvreur (konzertant)
Cilea: Adriana Lecouvreur
Michelangelo Mazza; Deutsche Oper Berlin; Anna Netrebko; Alessandro Corbelli; Yusif Eyvazov; Clémentine Margaine


Verdi: Aida
Gustavo Gimeno; Thomas Guthrie; Gran Teatre del Liceu; Mestres Cabanes; Franca Squarciapino; Clémentine Margaine; Judit Kutasi

BerlinLe Prophète

Le Prophète
Meyerbeer: Le Prophète
Enrique Mazzola; Olivier Py; Deutsche Oper Berlin; Pierre-André Weitz; Gregory Kunde; Clémentine Margaine


Verdi: Aida
Jader Bignamini; Tim Albery; Canadian Opera Company; Hildegard Bechtler; Jon Morrell; Tamara Wilson; Russell Thomas


Bizet: Carmen
Patrick Summers; Calixto Bieito; Gran Teatre del Liceu; Alfons Flores; Mercè Paloma; Anita Rachvelishvili; Varduhi Abrahamyan
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Carmen the butcher at Deutsche Oper Berlin

Clémentine Margaine (Carmen) © Marcus Lieberenz
Stage director Ole Anders Tandberg casts Carmen as the leader of a gang of human organ dealers.
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A wing and a prayer: Le Prophète

Elena Tsallagova (Berthe) and Clémentine Margaine (Fidès) © Bettina Stöß
Oliver Py's new Meyerbeer staging offers plenty of clichés, but is a solid show, backed up by a fine musical performance.
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Clémentine Margaine's Carmen seduces in Naples

Stefano Secco (Don José) e Clémentine Margaine (Carmen) © Luciano Romano
The staging highlighted Carmen’s rebellious traits more than her sensual exoticism.
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Hours of fun: Ravel's two one-act operas in Cologne

Tomislav Lavoie (Don Iñigo Gomez) and Katrin Wundsam (Concepción) © Paul Leclaire
Cologne Opera's staging of Ravel's two comedies needed a stronger directorial response to the performance space, but the musical rewards compensated.
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Dance of Death: Carmen at Opera Australia

Yonghoon Lee (Don José) and Clémentine Margaine (Carmen) © Keith Saunders
Director John Bell's chosen associations for his Carmen with Strindberg's Dance of Death and Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf underlined an emphasis upon the fated couple's joint knowledge that nothing they can do will turn the tsunami that's leading to their deaths.
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