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Aida
Verdi: Aida
Sir Richard Armstrong; Annabel Arden; Opera North; Joanna Parker; Alexandra Zabala; Rafael Rojas

LiverpoolAida

Aida
Verdi: Aida
Sir Richard Armstrong; Annabel Arden; Opera North; Joanna Parker; Alexandra Zabala; Rafael Rojas

LeedsAida

Alexandra Zabala as Aida and Eric Greene as Amonasro © Clive Barda
Verdi: Aida
Sir Richard Armstrong; Annabel Arden; Opera North; Joanna Parker; Alexandra Zabala; Rafael Rojas

ManchesterAida

Aida
Verdi: Aida
Sir Richard Armstrong; Annabel Arden; Opera North; Joanna Parker; Alexandra Zabala; Rafael Rojas

HullAida

Aida
Verdi: Aida
Sir Richard Armstrong; Annabel Arden; Opera North; Joanna Parker; Alexandra Zabala; Rafael Rojas
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A radical approach to an operatic warhorse by Opera North

Alexandra Zabala as Aida and Eric Greene as Amonasro © Clive Barda
Opera North's Aida, directed by Annabel Arden and conducted by Sir Richard Armstrong in Leeds Town Hall, is a welcome radical interpretation in the spirit of the times. 
****1
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Porgy and Bess at ENO: Gershwin's music the winner

Nicole Cabell (Bess), Eric Greene (Porgy) © Tristram Kenton
Porgy and Bess isn’t a perfect opera, but English National Opera's new production is a strong one. 
****1
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A vivid Street Scene at the Teatro Real

Joel Prieto (Sam) and Mary Bevan (Rose) © Javier del Real | Teatro Real
Weill's neglected "American Opera" opens in Madrid with a refurbished production by John Fulljames and a strong cast led by Patricia Racette.
***11
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Dark and heavenly visions: Giovanna d'Arco at Buxton

Ben Johnson (Carlo) and Kate Ladner (Giovanna) © Jonathan Keenan
Verdi's rarely-performed early masterpiece gets a succinct, powerful outing in top class style at Buxton. 
****1
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The power of love: Between Worlds at the Barbican

A new co-commissioned production from English National Opera and the Barbican sees Tansy Davies tackle the most harrrowing of modern subjects: 9/11.
*****
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