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Performer: Hélène Guilmette

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MunichL'Île du rêve

L'Île du rêve
Hahn, Fauré
Munich Radio Orchestra; Hervé Niquet; Hélène Guilmette; Ludivine Gombert; Anaïk Morel; Cyrille Dubois

ToulouseLa Carmélite

La Carmélite
Hahn: La Carmélite
Leo Hussain; Théâtre du Capitole; Anaïs Constans; Jennifer Holloway; Axelle Fanyo; Hélène Guilmette

NancyCendrillon

Massenet: Cendrillon
Jean-Marie Zeitouni; David Hermann; Opéra National de Lorraine; Paul Zoller; Axel Aust; Christophe Berry; Thibault de Damas

LyonShirine (création mondiale)

Escaich: Shirine
Martyn Brabbins; Richard Brunel; Opéra de Lyon; Bob Cousins; Wojciech Dziedzic; Julien Behr; Hélène Guilmette

QuebecFantaisie lyrique d’une originalité déconcertante ...

Aubert, Schmitt, Debussy, Poulenc, Duparc, Ravel
Orchestre symphonique de Québec; Fabien Gabel; Le Choeur de l'Orchestre symphonique de Quebec; La Maitrise des petits chanteurs de Quebec; Antoinette Dennefeld; Hélène Guilmette
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For whom the bell tolls at the Opéra Comique

Edgaras Montvidas (Conrad), Raphaëlle Delaunay (Fiammetta) and Tassis Christoyannis (Spiridion) © Pierre Grosbois
Palazzetto Bru Zane, spurred on by the zealous advocacy of conductor François-Xavier Roth, has turned to Saint-Saëns' very first opera, Le Timbre d'argent.
***11
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A flat foray into opéra-bouffe for the Royal Opera

Chris Addison (Smith) and Kate Lindsey (Lazuli) © ROH | Bill Cooper
Poor intelligibility and lack of pace in the music or acting make L'Étoile into a disappointingly flat evening.
**111
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Nagano comes up trumps in Pelléas et Mélisande

Kent Nagano and the OSM came up trumps in concert version of Debussy’s Pelléas et Mélisande.
****1
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Castor et Pollux by Les Talens Lyriques

Nearly three years after a memorable production of Les Indes Galantes, the Théâtre du Capitole reconnects with the master of the Treatise on harmony via Castor et Pollux, originally premièred by the Académie Royale in 1737.
*****
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L’étoile: the surreal, farce and poetry

L’étoile at the Dutch National Opera, directed by Laurent Pelly and conducted by Patrick Fournillier, is bubbly and light like a glass of sparkling wine, to be consumed without restraint. 
****1
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