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Performer: Dana Burešová

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Wolfgang Wagner's swansong: Lohengrin in Prague

Lohengrin in Prague © Patrik Borecký
Clad in sulphurous yellow with beaded jet shoulder pads she looked well able to vanquish Lohengrin in single combat with the swish of her cloak.
****1
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Odyssey Opera's Dimitrij

Aleš Briscein and Dana Burešová © Kathy Wittman
A concert performance of Dvořák’s Dimitrij opened the fourth season of Boston’s intrepid Odyssey Opera, constituting the US première of Milan Pospíšil’s 2004 critical edition of the original 1882 score. 
****1
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Dalibor: The Czech Fidelio

Dana Burešová (Milada) and Alžběta Poláčková (Jitka) © Mark Allan | BBC
“What Czech does not like music?” declares Beneš, the jailor in Smetana’s opera Dalibor. Certainly not Jiří Bělohlávek, who is as superb an advocate for Czech music as any conductor in the world right now.
****1
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Unearthing a forgotten Czech gem

Dana Burešová (Helga) © Hana Smejkalová
Despite some staging problems, a Czech rarity gives the National Theater's new opera season a rousing start, with a vibrant score beautifully realized by conductor John Fiore.
***11
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Not a dry eye in the house: Rusalka at Czech National Theatre

František Zahradníček( VodnÍk) and Dana Burešová (Rusalka) © Hana Smejkalová, Petra Hajská and Petr Neubert
With a production in a style with which I was not at all familiar and which I found very true to the work's spirit, this Rusalka at the Czech National Theatre in Prague was a memorable evening's opera.
****1
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