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Performer: Gyula Nagy

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LondonMadama Butterfly

Puccini: Madama Butterfly
Nicola Luisotti; Moshe Leiser; The Royal Opera; Christian Fenouillat; Agostino Cavalca; Christophe Forey; Orchestra of the Royal Opera House Covent Garden

DublinWilliam TellNew production

Rossini: Guillaume Tell (William Tell)
Fergus Sheil; Julien Chavaz; Irish National Opera; Jamie Vartan; Severine Besson; Sinéad Wallace; Irish National Opera Orchestra

NancyManrunew production

Paderewski: Manru
Marta Gardolińska; Katharina Kastening; Opéra national de Lorraine; Gideon Davey; Nathalie Perrier; Orchestre de l'Opéra national de Lorraine
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The present and the future of opera: JPYA summer performance

The Jette Parker Young Artists take on their most ambitious programme yet, showcasing some of the most promising Verdian voices of the future.
***11
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Garifullina's Musetta the highlight of Covent Garden's Bohème

This third revival of Richard Jones' production is thoroughly competent but struggles to rise above the routine.
***11
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A gripping Return of Ulysses from Opera Collective Ireland

Fine singing all round, sensitive continuo musicianship and dramatic action make for a thoroughly enjoyable Return of Ulysses by Monteverdi.
****1
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Swan cruise: Lohengrin at Covent Garden

David Alden’s new production for The Royal Opera, referencing fascist Germany, is drab, but there are musical compensations. 
***11
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Kosky's Carmen fails to light fires

Interesting ideas and a brilliant orchestral performance aren't enough to overcome a visually dull staging, predictable choreography and a lack of chemistry between the protagonists.
**111
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Tragedy undermined at Wilton's

Paring the action down to just four singers, La Tragédie de Carmen is the perfect vehicle and venue for a handful of the Royal Opera's Jette Parker Young Artists to strut their stuff.
**111
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