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Performer: Eric Owens

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AmsterdamPorgy and BessNew production

Porgy and Bess
Gershwin: Porgy and Bess
James Gaffigan; James Robinson; Dutch National Opera; Michael Yeargan; Catherine Zuber; Eric Owens; Adina Aaron

TorontoAnna BolenaNew production

Donizetti: Anna Bolena
Corrado Rovaris; Stephen Lawless; Canadian Opera Company; Benoit Dugardyn; Ingeborg Bernerth; Sondra Radvanovsky; Keri Alkema

ChicagoMuti conducts Rossini's Stabat Mater

Mozart, Cherubini, Rossini
Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Riccardo Muti; Krassimira Stoyanova; Ekaterina Gubanova; Dmitry Korchak; Enea Scala


Wagner: Siegfried
Sir Andrew Davis; David Pountney; Lyric Opera of Chicago; Johan Engels; Marie-Jeanne Lecca; Burkhard Fritz; Matthias Klink

New York Cityprisoner of the state

Lang: prisoner of the state
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Jaap van Zweden; Elkhanah Pulitzer; Julie Mathevet; Alan Oke; Jarrett Ott
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Musically resplendent Don Carlo in Washington

Leah Crocetto (Elisabetta) and Russell Thomas (Don Carlo) © Scott Suchman
The team of soloists, the chorus and the orchestra, under the baton of Philippe Auguin, powerfully conveyed the spectacular qualities of Verdi's Don Carlo.
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Pountney's riveting Walküre in Chicago

Christine Goerke (Brünnhilde) © Cory Weaver
David Pountney's new production of Die Walküre for the Lyric Opera of Chicago incisively charts the tectonic shift of control over the future from Wotan to Brünnhilde.
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La Damnation de Faust on autopilot in Auckland

Alisa Kolosova © Todd Rosenberg
Edo de Waart opted frequently for slow, steady tempi that robbed the music of a lot of its inner vitality.
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New York Philharmonic’s Das Rheingold

Eric Owens and the New York Philharmonic © Chris Lee
Alan Gilbert reaches a pinnacle at the end of his tenure at the New York Philarmonic.
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Orchestra shines in uneven Idomeneo at the Met

Idomeneo at The Met © Marty Sohl | Metropolitan Opera
Mozart's Idomeneo proved to be a challenge for some of the soloists initially but the superb orchestra under James Levine brought about a successful opening evening at the Met.
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