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Performer: Davóne Tines

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LondonBBC Symphony Orchestra: David Lang's prisoner of the state in concert

BBC Symphony Orchestra: David Lang's prisoner of the state in concert
Lang: Prisoner of the State
Ilan Volkov; Elkhanah Pulitzer; Claron McFadden; Jarrett Ott; Davóne Tines; Alan Oke

HoustonAdams’ El Niño

Adams: El Niño
Houston Symphony; David Robertson; Susanna Phillips; Kelley O'Connor; Davóne Tines; Daniel Bubeck

New York CityDavóne Tines, Bass-Baritone Adam Nielsen, Piano

Schubert, Brahms, Eastman, Shaw
Davóne Tines; Adam Nielsen
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Davóne Tines saves the day in the Met Museum’s El Cimarrón

Davóne Tines © Steven Pisano for Bachtrack
El Cimarrón proved worthy of both stage and museum, presenting the story of Esteban Montejo, born into slavery in Cuba in 1869 and later escaping to live in the forest.
****1
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Adams’ dark Gold Rush opera arrives in Amsterdam

Girls of the Golden West © Ruth Walz
Dame Shirley’s texts are here sung by the young American soprano Julia Bullock whose pliable instrument and stylish way with words reveal an ideal storyteller.
***11
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Echoes in the comfort zone: Only the Sound Remains in Madrid

Philippe Jaroussky, Davóne Tines and Nora Kimball-Mentzos © Javier del Real | Teatro Real
Kaija Saariaho's delightful but unchallenging fourth opera comes to Madrid with the same crew of the world première and Davone Tines, Philippe Jaroussky and Nora Kimball-Mentzos in the leading roles
***11
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Aucoin, Gilfry and Whitman in the wilds of Beverly Hills

Rodney Gilfry (Walt Whitman) © Rob Latour | The Wallis
An intense intellectual melodrama from Aucoin, with superb playing by members of the LA Opera Orchestra.
****1
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The dark side of the gold: Girls of the Golden West

Davóne Tines (Ned Peters), Julia Bullock (Dame Shirley) © Cory Weaver | San Francisco Opera
Adams and Peter Sellars demand that the audience take a cold, hard look at the Gold Rush and the founding history of California.
****1
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