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Performer: Erwin Schrott

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Boito: Mefistofele
Antonello Allemandi; Balázs Kovalik; Hungarian State Opera; Csaba Antal; Mari Benedek; Erwin Schrott; Attila Fekete

BerlinLes Contes d'Hoffmann

Offenbach: Les Contes d'Hoffmann (The Tales of Hoffmann)
Emmanuel Villaume; Laurent Pelly; Deutsche Oper Berlin; Chantal Thomas; Joël Adam; Jean-Jacques Delmotte

MunichL'elisir d'amore

Donizetti: L'elisir d'amore
Evelino Pidò; David Bösch; Bavarian State Opera; Patrick Bannwart; Falko Herold; Michael Bauer; Emily Pogorelc
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CagliariLa bohème

Puccini: La bohème
Steven Mercurio; Lorenzo Mariani; Teatro Lirico di Cagliari; Pier Luigi Samaritani; Andrea Bocelli; Daniela Dessì

ViennaL'elisir d'amore (13th June 2016)

Donizetti: L'elisir d'amore
Marco Armiliato; Otto Schenk; Vienna State Opera; Jürgen Rose; Valentina Naforniţă; Stephen Costello
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Moïse et Pharaon in Pesaro: the Rossini Opera Festival is back!

A new production by Pier Luigi Pizzi opens the festival in Pesaro with Giacomo Sagripanti in the pit leading a strong cast and powerful chorus.
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More dramma than giocoso: Don Giovanni at Covent Garden

Unimpeachable voices and fine playing light up The Royal Opera's latest revival of Kasper Holten's dark staging.
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Highway to Hell: Don Giovanni returns to Covent Garden

Kasper Holten's psychological take on the louche lothario remains controversial, but in its third revival, Erwin Schrott's powerful assumption of the title role is a delight.
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Faust finds salvation thanks to jump-in soprano

A devilishly fun performance of Gounod's take on Goethe, saved when Mandy Fredrich flew in at short notice to take over the role of Marguerite. 
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A superb, sinister Hoffmann at Dutch National Opera

Selectively unearthed from current critical editions, this fabulously performed new Hoffmann plumbs the murky depths of its antihero’s psyche.
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Herheim’s lavish Vêpres siciliennes returns

A mural depicting Etna erupting is the only hint of Sicily in Stefan Herheim’s opulent staging, returning to Covent Garden for the first time since the Royal Opera’s Verdi bicentenary celebrations in 2013. 
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