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Performer: Germán Alcántara

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New York CityVocal Masterclass with Joyce DiDonato - Mozart’s “Hai già vinta la causa” from Le nozze di Figaro

Carnegie Hall Corporation
Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro), K492: Hai già vinta la causa!
Germán Alcántara; Shannon McGinnis; Joyce DiDonato

New York CityVocal Masterclass with Joyce DiDonato - Mozart’s “Hai già vinta la causa” from Le nozze di Figaro

Carnegie Hall Corporation
Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro), K492: Hai già vinta la causa!
Germán Alcántara; Shannon McGinnis; Joyce DiDonato

New York CityVocal Masterclass with Joyce DiDonato - Korngold’s “Mein Sehnen, mein Wähnen” from Die tote Stadt

Carnegie Hall Corporation
Korngold: Die Tote Stadt: Mein Sehnen, mein Wähnen
Germán Alcántara; Shannon McGinnis; Joyce DiDonato
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No punches pulled in an excellent Covent Garden Rigoletto

The second cast of the season for Oliver Mears' new Royal Opera production augments the intelligent staging with superb singing and acting.
*****
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Rising stars have a crazy day: Figaro returns to Covent Garden

A sublime Federica Lombardi leads a young cast of mostly Italian singers in a revival of Sir David McVicar's popular staging. 
****1
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Aleksandra Kurzak impresses in latest Covent Garden Traviata revival

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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“Libiam!” Raising a glass to 25 years of Covent Garden's Traviata

Violetta Valéry was Armenian soprano Hrachuhí Bassénz, who made a strong impression on the audience, certainly by the end.
****1
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JPYA unite for a golden afternoon at Covent Garden

The young singers spin any raw material into opera gold, sending the audience home as uplifted as if they’d just glugged a bellyful of Pimm’s.
****1
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Carmen minus charisma: a limp revival of Kosky's production

Barrie Kosky's divisive production returns to The Royal Opera but has lost its zing. 
**111
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