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Performer: David DQ Lee

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AmsterdamTorri's oratorio La vanità del mondo

© Marco Borggreve
Torri: La vanità del mondo
La Cetra Baroque Orchestra; Andrea Marcon; Margriet Buchbecher; Benedetta Mazzucato; David DQ Lee; José Antonio López

NurembergLa CalistoNew production

Cavalli: La Calisto
Wolfgang Katschner; Jens-Daniel Herzog; Staatstheater Nürnberg; Mathis Neidhardt; Sibylle Gädeke; Julia Grüter; Almerija Delic

ViennaIrene (konzertant)

Hasse: Irene
Aapo Häkkinen; Theater an der Wien; Vivica Genaux; Bruno de Sá; Max Emanuel Cenčić; David DQ Lee

Boulogne-BillancourtOrlando Furioso - Îlot Hero·e·s

Vivaldi: Orlando furioso, RV 728
Markellos Chryssicos; Max Emanuel Cenčić; Sophie Junker; Romina Basso; Sonja Runje
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Porpora's Mitridate at Schloss Schwetzingen

David DQ Lee (Mitridate) and Yasmin Özkan (Semandra) © Sebastian Bühler
Propora's Mitridate at Schloss Schwetzingen lacks dramatic sense (blame librettist Cibber and director Spirei). But exciting music strongly delivered makes a case for more Porpora in the repertoire.
***11
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Battistelli's CO₂ at La Scala: a challenging truth

The auditorium's lights flared up, drawing a blinking audience back into the room. The fourth wall was well and truly broken, and each of us was given no option but to acknowledge our responsibility for the planet.
****1
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Britten's A Midsummer Night's Dream opens the season at the Komische Oper

Signs of birth and death – but moreso death – flash continuously through the Latvian director Viestur Kairish’s new production of Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, which opened the Komische Oper Berlin’s 2013/14 season.
***11
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Telemaco’s Desert Island Disc

With two happy endings, two recognition scenes, and a second act that seems more of a self-contained sequel than a conclusion to the first, Gluck’s Telemaco has come in for a musicological pasting over the years for its alleged weaknesses of dramatic content and construction.
***11
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La Chapelle Harmonique cherche son Messie à Radio France

Adèle Charvet © Alice Pacaud
Sous la direction de Valentin Tournet, La Chapelle Harmonique livre un Messie inégal en ouverture de la saison baroque de Radio France. Un événement marqué par le secours inattendu et spectaculaire d'Adèle Charvet.
***11
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