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Performer: Frédéric Antoun

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ViennaL'elisir d'amore

Donizetti: L'elisir d'amore
Gianluca Capuano; Otto Schenk; Vienna State Opera; Jürgen Rose; Rosa Feola; Frédéric Antoun

ViennaLa traviataNew production

Verdi: La traviata
Giacomo Sagripanti; Simon Stone; Vienna State Opera; Robert Cousins; Alice Babidge; Pretty Yende; Frédéric Antoun

MunichLa traviata

© Wilfried Hösl
Verdi: La traviata
Andrea Battistoni; Günter Krämer; Bavarian State Opera; Andreas Reinhardt; Carlo Diappi; Rosa Feola; Frédéric Antoun
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Answered prayers: Mahler and Vivian Fung in Montreal

Frédéric Antoun © Helen Tansey
Yannick Nézet-Séguin and the Orchestre Métropolitain offered a delicately detailed reading of Das Lied von der Erde with two French Canadian soloists.
*****
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Aleksandra Kurzak impresses in latest Covent Garden Traviata revival

Aleksandra Kurzak taking her curtain call © Mark Pullinger
In its 25th anniversary season, Richard Eyre's production continues to attract the world's great sopranos to the role of Violetta, the latest being Aleksandra Kurzak. 
****1
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Iphigénie en Tauride in Zurich: a bright success in a black grave

Cecilia Bartoli (Iphigénie) © Monika Rittershaus
Cecilia Bartoli leads a great cast in Gluck’s masterpiece, presented in Zurich in a new insightful production by Andreas Homoki.
*****
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All-Mozart concert in Montreal

Hervé Niquet © Eric Manas
A fresh approach to two late Mozart works earned the adulation of a Montreal Symphony Orchestra audience.
****1
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Endless pleasure: Zurich revives Robert Carsen’s classic Semele

Cecilia Bartoli (Semele) © Suzanne Schwiertz (2006/7)
Cecilia Bartoli once again takes Zurich by storm under the guiding hand of Maestro William Christie for a wonderful evening of Handelian fun.
****1
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Sensuality and solidarity in Zurich's new Così

Andrei Bondarenko (Guglielmo), Ruzan Mantashyan (Fiordiligi) and Francesco Guglielmino (“Sempronio”) © Monika Rittershaus
If ever a new production of a Mozart opera had a riveting backstory, this one is it. 
*****
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