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Performer: Daniele Rustioni

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LondonProm 31: Strauss’ Four Last Songs and Other Romantics

BBC Proms
Wagner, Strauss R., Mahler, Schumann
Ulster Orchestra; Daniele Rustioni; Louise Alder


Verdi: Otello
Daniele Rustioni; Amélie Niermeyer; Bavarian State Opera; Christian Schmidt; Annelies Vanlaere; Olaf Winter; Bayerisches Staatsorchester

MunichLes TroyensNew production

Berlioz: Les Troyens (The Trojans)
Daniele Rustioni; Christophe Honoré; Bavarian State Opera; Katrin Lea Tag; Olivier Bériot; Dominique Bruguière; Bayerisches Staatsorchester
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Ciao Belfast! Daniele Rustioni’s Italian snapshots

Billed as “A Postcard from Italy”, Daniele Rustioni’s innovative vision sees a programme focused on a generation of 20th-century Italian composers, with formidable results. 
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Rustioni’s celestial Mahler in Belfast

Two highly complementary works by Strauss and Mahler bring a satisfying evening of beautifully executed music-making between the Ulster Orchestra and their chief conductor. 
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A trio of vocal triumphs in The Metropolitan Opera's new Rigoletto

Verdi's Rigoletto in Weimar Germany? A half-baked concept, but Bartlett Sher's new production is certainly dramatic and it is gorgeously sung. 
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Anna Pirozzi's bravura Lady Macbeth lights up Covent Garden

The Italian soprano produces enormous power and great sensitivity in equal measure to illuminate a memorable Verdi Macbeth.
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Lights, camera, magic for a cinematic experience in Belfast

In a programme of Lyadov, Korngold and Rachmaninov, the Ulster Orchestra’s Chief Conductor brings an evening of music that wouldn’t sound out of place on the silver screen.  
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The devil rides a violin bow in Falstaff at Aix

A highly successful Falstaff at the Archevêché in Aix-en-Provence, for our greater pleasure: a true lesson in joy in a world where, we are told, all is but a joke.
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