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Performer: Georg Nigl

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ParisDusapin: PenthesileaConcert performance

Dusapin: Penthesilea
Ariane Matiakh; Orchestre de Paris; accentus; Georg Nigl; Christel Loetzsch

ViennaDie Fledermaus

Strauss II: Die Fledermaus
Cornelius Meister; Otto Schenk; Vienna State Opera; Günther Schneider-Siemssen; Milena Canonero; Georg Nigl; Camilla Nylund

BerlinDie Frau ohne Schatten

Strauss R.: Die Frau ohne Schatten
Simone Young; Claus Guth; Staatsoper Berlin; Christian Schmidt; Olaf Winter; Eric Cutler
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MunichLearNew production

Reimann: Lear
Jukka-Pekka Saraste; Christoph Marthaler; Bavarian State Opera; Anna Viebrock; Dorothee Curio; Christian Gerhaher; Angela Denoke

ParisDusapin: PenthesileaConcert performance

Dusapin: Penthesilea
Ariane Matiakh; Orchestre de Paris; accentus; Georg Nigl; Christel Loetzsch
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Star-studded, searing Bach at the Royal Festival Hall

Roderick Williams and Andrew Staples in rehearsal © Tristram Kenton
Challenging and vivid Bach in the first UK showing of Peter Sellars' staging of Bach's great liturgical masterpiece.
****1
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Violetter Schnee: Snowy apocalypse at the Staatsoper Berlin

Violetter Schnee © Monika Rittershaus

The world is sinking in "Violet Snow", as the opera by Beat Furrer, directed by Claus Guth, is given its world premiere at the Staatsoper unter den Linden. 

****1
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Cavalli's La Calisto returns to Munich

Christiane Karg (Calisto) © Wilfried Hösl
A flamboyant production and a wonderful cast of singers seals a big success for this gem of the early Baroque.
****1
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A sizzling myth of matricide

Evelyn Angela Gugolz (Klytaemnestra) and Georg Nigl (Orest) © Judith Schlosser
In the hands of director Hans Neuenfels, the Swiss première of Manfred Trojahn’s Orest was widely anticipated for its “splashes of gore and commensurate splatters of sound”.
*****
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An emotionally powerful Orfeo in Amsterdam

Sasha Waltz’s new production of Monteverdi’s Orfeo saw a fusion of sound and movement at the Muziektheater Amsterdam, with dancers and singers twining together almost indistinguishably.
****1
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Teatro Real: Die Eroberung von Mexico

The inability of human beings to communicate or even empathise, and the monstrous consequences that gap in misunderstanding leads to, is the foundational idea of Die Eroberung von Mexico, and Wolfgang Rihm’s dense and frequently brilliant music.
***11
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