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Performer: Enkelejda Shkosa

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LyonAriane et Barbe-BleueNew production

Dukas: Ariane et Barbe-bleue
Lothar Koenigs; Àlex Ollé; Opéra de Lyon; Alfons Flores; Alexandra Deshorties; Enkelejda Shkosa; Tomislav Lavoie
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MadridAVAILABLE IN SPAIN ONLY: Madama Butterfly

AVAILABLE IN SPAIN ONLY: Madama Butterfly
Puccini: Madama Butterfly
Marco Armiliato; Mario Gas; Teatro Real; Ezio Frigerio; Franca Squarciapino; Ermonela Jaho; Jorge de Léon
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Don't divas always die? Zazà at Theater an der Wien

Nikolai Schukoff (Milio Dufresne) and Svetlana Aksenova (Zazà) © Monika Rittershaus
Leoncavallo's opera is a rare example of a tragic, verismo opera where not a soul dies... neither by natural causes nor foul play.  
***11
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Devieilhe, Camarena, Spagnoli: a dream team for La Fille du régiment

Sabine Devieilhe (Marie) © ROH 2019 | Tristram Kenton
Top drawer singing and comic acting bring out the comedy in Laurent Pelly's light-hearted production
****1
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A glorious Verdi Requiem under Michele Mariotti in Dublin

Michele Mariotti © Victor Santiago
Angela Meade shone in the soprano solo, beautifully backed by leader Tamas Kocsis, in the passage that segues into the stunning "Abraham thou didst promise" section.
****1
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Bob Wilson's cool minimalist Butterfly is back in Amsterdam

Elena Stikhina and Sergio Escobar © BAUS
Robert Wilson's Madama Butterfly is back in Amsterdam starring rising star Elena Stikhina as the doomed Cio-Cio-San.
***11
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Michieletto's controversial Guillaume Tell resurfaces in Palermo

Roberto Frontali (Guillaume Tell) © Rosellina Garbo
At its 2015 inauguration at the Royal Opera House, a controversial rape scene in Act 3 drew outrage from the audience and critics alike. Now the Teatro Massimo is presenting the production once again.
****1
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Death in Florence: Zemlinsky and Puccini at DNO

Ausrine Stundyte (Bianca) and John Lundgren (Simone) © Matthias Baus
An unlikely coupling of one-act operas by Zemlinsky and Puccini bears fruit in a staging that reveals their thematic parallels while leaving their obvious differences on show.
****1
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