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Performer: Diana Damrau

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LondonJonas Kaufmann, Diana Damrau & Helmut Deutsch

Brahms, Schumann
Jonas Kaufmann; Diana Damrau; Helmut Deutsch

BarcelonaKaufmann, Damrau & Deutsch

Schumann, Brahms
Diana Damrau; Jonas Kaufmann; Helmut Deutsch

ViennaAnna Bolena

Donizetti: Anna Bolena
Giacomo Sagripanti; Eric Génovèse; Vienna State Opera; Jacques Gabel; Luisa Spinatelli; Bertrand Couderc; Orchestra of the Vienna State Opera
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BerlinBoulez conducts Mahler's Symphony no. 2 (2005)

Mahler: Symphony no. 2 in C minor 'Resurrection'
Staatskapelle Berlin; Pierre Boulez; Staatsopernchor Berlin; Diana Damrau; Petra Lang

MadridI puritani

Bellini: I puritani
Evelino Pidò; Emilio Sagi; Teatro Real; Daniel Bianco; Peppispóo S.L.; Diana Damrau; Javier Camarena
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Successful debuts for Damrau and Deshayes in Zürich's Anna Bolena

A great cast in Zurich, under the inspired baton of Enrique Mazzola, although David Alden's new production does not completely convince.

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Thomas’ Hamlet in concert at the Liceu

Ambroise Thomas’ Hamlet in concert in the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona is enthusiastically conducted by Daniel Oren.

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Straussian perfection from Mariss Jansons and the Bavarian RSO

Mariss Jansons and the BRSO offer defining performances of two of Richard Strauss' greatest works.
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The Met welcomes Nézet-Séguin with a new Traviata

A new production of La Traviata, colorful and conventional, brings little new ideas but is a fine vehicle for a fine performance conducted by Yannick Nezet-Seguin that features a trio of excellent singers.
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A variable evening of Verdi in Vienna

Unlike the conucopia of duets Verdi wrote for soprano and baritone, his music for soprano and bass is much more limited and what exists is not exactly the acme of his output.
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David Alden's new Maria Stuarda disappoints in Zurich

Gaetano Donizetti’s Maria Stuarda is perhaps most famous for a single and highly emotional scene in which two monarchs engage in a venomous confrontation. One is doomed to die. 
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