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Performer: Fabio Capitanucci

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BarcelonaIl barbiere di Siviglia

© Caterina Barjau
Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville)
Manuel López Gómez; Josef Ernst Köpplinger; Gran Teatre del Liceu; Johannes Leiacker; Alfred Mayerhofer; Paola Gardina; Marina Viotti

BergamoLe nozze in villa

Donizetti: Le nozze in villa
Stefano Montanari; Davide Marranchelli; Gaia Petrone; Fabio Capitanucci; Edgardo Rocha; Omar Montanari

NaplesL'Amour des trois oranges (L'amore delle tre melarance)

Prokofiev: L’amour des trois oranges (The Love for Three Oranges)
Juraj Valčuha; Alessandro Talevi; Teatro di San Carlo; Justin Arienti; Manuel Pedretti; Goran Jurić; Bogdan Volkov

CardiffThe Barber of Seville

Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville)
Kerem Hasan; Giles Havergal; Welsh National Opera; Russell Craig; Matteo Macchioni; Margarita Gritskova
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“Once upon a time”: Rossini's Cinderella in Cardiff

Tara Erraught (Angelina) © Jane Hobson
Delights both sugary and strange in this revival of La Cenerentola by Welsh National Opera.
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La bohème at the New National Theatre Tokyo

Act I © Masahiko Terashi
La bohème at the New National Theatre Tokyo, performed by a fine cast and orchestra.
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Teatro Real: L'Elisir d'Amore

The Madrid opera house ends the year with a production of Donizetti's L'Elisir d'Amore from Damiano Michieletto, transporting the action to a noisy Mediterranean beach.
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Bryn Terfel's irrepressible Falstaff with San Francisco Opera

It may have taken Verdi’s bicentennial to bring Falstaff back to the San Francisco Opera, but at last the knight has returned to the company’s stage for the first time in over a decade...
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Donizetti's elixir is still a winning formula at Covent Garden

Take one hapless but lovable hero, one capricious but ultimately vulnerable heroine, a doctor and an army officer straight out of commedia dell’arte, a couple of basso buffo patter songs, at least one memorable romantic ballad, and stir the lot into a good lashing of boisterous Italian music with a sprinkling of furtive tears.
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