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Performer: Geoffrey Paterson

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Frankfurt am MainA Midsummer Night's DreamNew production

Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream
Geoffrey Paterson; Brigitte Fassbaender; Oper Frankfurt; Christoph Fischer; Anna-Sophie Lienbacher; Jan Hartmann; Monika Buczkowska
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LondonEmbers of Romanticism

Webern, Wagner, Pfitzner, Strauss R.
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment; Geoffrey Paterson
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An inspired concept, hobbled by pandemic restrictions

The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment's beautifully curated selection of Mann-themed music enjoys mixed success. 
***11
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City Life grooves with the London Sinfonietta at the Proms

Stalwarts of American minimalism meet British Proms premieres as the London Sinfonietta checks the nation’s pulse
****1
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Strauss on screen: the OAE presents Rosenkavalier

The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment resurrected with 1926 silent film of Strauss' Viennese comedy – with the lost ending pieced together – and gave a commendable performance of the reduced score.
***11
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Desire, deception, and death: The Corridor & The Cure

Two short works by Harrison Birtwistle put forward interesting views of classical themes: the psychologically involved The Corridor and a dynamic new vision of Medea, The Cure
***11
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Mild palpitations only in Eichberg’s ‘operatic thriller’ Glare

An operatic thiller? Can such a thing exist? With an edgy score, Søren Nils Eichberg’s opera Glare tries hard to convince, at least initially.
***11
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Royal Opera: How the Whale Became

This innovative and clever new opera by Julian Philips and Edward Kemp at the Royal Opera’s Linbury Studio Theatre is a delight, with appeal for adults as well as children.
****1
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