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Strauss R.: Salome
Henrik Nánási; Krzysztof Warlikowski; Théâtre des Champs-Elysées; Małgorzata Szczęśniak; Felice Ross; Patricia Petibon
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Wagner: Tristan und Isolde
Daniele Gatti; Pierre Audi; Teatro dell'Opera di Roma; Christof Hetzer; Rachel Nicholls; Andreas Schager
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Quiet tragedy: Robert Wilson's Otello in Baden-Baden

Sonya Yoncheva (Desdemona) and Stuart Skelton (Otello) © Lucie Jansch
Zubin Mehta conducts Verdi's Otello in an iconic Robert Wilson production of stylized theater where less is more. The effect was mesmerizing.  
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Turin's Salome devoid of lunar magic

Erika Sunnegårdh (Salome) © Rammella & Giannese/Piva | Teatro Regio Torino
With so little of worth happening onstage, this performance requires a unanimously strong set of performances from the main cast.
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A melancholy Falstaff at the Verdi Festival in Parma

Roberto de Candia (Falstaff) and Sonia Prina (Mistress Quickly) © Roberto Ricci
Not a particularly revealing Falstaff, but a pleasing performance though. Maybe one would have expected something of greater impact from a festival like this one, but that goal had already accomplished by Graham Vick with his Stiffelio the night before...
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A full-blooded Rigoletto at the Concertgebouw

James Gaffigan, aided by a fine cast of soloists led by the full-blooded Rigoletto of Dimitri Platanias, demonstrated that Verdi's powerfully dramatic music does not need staging to keep the audience captivated.
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Un Wagner minimaliste, pour une quintessence du drame romantique

© Yasuko Kageyama
Pour la première de la saison lyrique romaine, Daniele Gatti amenait l’Orchestra e Coro del Teatro dell’Opera di Roma dans un Richard Wagner épuré.
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Des Noces entre cocasserie et orthodoxie, la domination invisible de la femme

La mise en scène de Marco Arturo Marelli et Enrico De Feo se veut fondamentalement ancrée dans le contexte historique de la création de l’œuvre mozartienne.
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