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Performer: Daniela Mack

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PhiladelphiaSemele

Semele
Handel: Semele
Gary Thor Wedow; James Darrah; Opera Philadelphia; Cameron Jaye Mock; Sarah Schuessler; Daniela Mack; Alex Rosen

PhiladelphiaRequiem

Requiem
Verdi: Messa da Requiem
Opera Philadelphia Orchestra; Corrado Rovaris; Leah Crocetto; Daniela Mack; Evan LeRoy Johnson; In-Sung Sim

New York CityKatya Kabanova

Janáček: Katya Kabanova
Lothar Koenigs; Sir Jonathan Miller; Metropolitan Opera; Robert Israel; Susanna Phillips; Pavel Černoch

San FranciscoPartenope

Handel: Partenope
Christopher Moulds; Christopher Alden; San Francisco Opera; Andrew Lieberman; Jon Morrell; Louise Alder; Daniela Mack

New York CityThe Angel's Share: Dido & Aeneas

Purcell: Dido and Aeneas 1700
Alek Shrader; Unknown; Fay Eva; Daniela Mack; Christopher Dylan Herbert; Elliot Figg
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The Great War of the Sexes: Così in Kansas City

Daniela Mack (Dorabella), Patrick Carfizzi (Don Alfonso) and Rebecca Farley (Fiordiligi) © Elise Bakketun
Jane Glover conducts a skittish Mozart's Così fan tutte for Kansas City's Lyric Opera.
***11
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Red dresses and a green balloon: Carmen in Philadelphia

Daniela Mack (Carmen) © Steven Pisano for Opera Philadelphia
Paul Curran's movie-Like Carmen for Opera Philadelphia
****1
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Murder She Wrote: Elizabeth Cree at Opera Philadelphia

Joseph Gaines (Dan Leno) and Daniela Mack (Elizabeth Cree) © Steven Pisano for Opera Philadelphia
Puts’ and Campbell’s fast and furious neo-Victorians launch Philadelphia’s Annual Opera Festival.
****1
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Bewitched, bothered, and bewildered

Elsa van den Heever (Alcina) © Ken Howard for Santa Fe Opera, 2017
David Alden's staging of Alcina mines the rich theatricality of one of Handel's best-loved operas with enchanting but also perplexing results. 
****1
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A missed opportunity but with great musical values

Kristine Opolais (Rusalka) and Eric Owens (Vodník) © Ken Howard | Metropolitan Opera
The Metropolitan Opera's new produdtion of Rusalka fails to explore a deeper complexity of the fairy tale, although a strong ensemble of singers and the superb Met Orchestra make it a musically compelling performance.
***11
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