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Performer: Jacques Lacombe

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SevilleSamson et Dalila

Samson et Dalila
Saint-Saëns: Samson et Dalila
Jacques Lacombe; Paco Azorín; La Maestranza; Ana Garay; Gregory Kunde; Nancy Fabiola Herrera; Damián del Castillo

MontrealGreat Voices of Quebec Sing Christmas

Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal; Jacques Lacombe; Nicole Car; Marie-Nicole Lemieux; Étienne Dupuis; Unknown

BerlinCarmen

Carmen
Bizet: Carmen
Jacques Lacombe; Ole Anders Tandberg; Deutsche Oper Berlin; Erlend Birkeland; Maria Geber; Irene Roberts; Robert Watson

StrasbourgCosì fan tutte

Così fan tutte
Mozart: Così fan tutte
Jacques Lacombe; David Hermann; Opéra National du Rhin; Jo Schramm; Bettina Walter; Gemma Lois Summerfield; Ambroisine Bré

MulhouseCosì fan tutte

Così fan tutte
Mozart: Così fan tutte
Jacques Lacombe; David Hermann; Opéra National du Rhin; Jo Schramm; Bettina Walter; Gemma Lois Summerfield; Ambroisine Bré
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A Ravel rave in Boston

Jacques Lacombe © Fred Stucker
Maurice Ravel opened his 1928 tour of the United States conducting a series of concerts with the Boston Symphony featuring his own music.
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An eclectic musical evening at Tanglewood

Jacques Lacombe © JF Berube
Canadian conductor Jacques Lacombe led the Boston Symphony Orchestra in a Debussy, Ravel, Orff program.
***11
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A musically thrilling, but bloodless Carmen

Clémentine Margaine and Riccardo Massi star as the troubled lover's in the Deutsche Oper's classic, yet bloodless, production of Carmen.
***11
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OSM with Jacques Lacombe

This seemingly disjointed program from Jacques Lacombe and the Orchestra Symphonique de Montréal included music by Berlioz, Dvořák and Ravel, in addition to a new work by Serge Arcuri: all voyages of complementary but fundamentally different kinds.
****1
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Philly’s R&J Makeover is Haute Stuff

Opera Company of Philadelphia (OCP) reached into the Philadelphia community with its remake of Gounod’s Romeo and Juliet, the second of five shows in the 2010-11 season. In his OCP debut, Italian director Manfred Schweigkofler gave the company a chance to recast a Renaissance-era tale of two Italian families bearing ancient and deadly grudges as warring fashion houses in 21st century Verona.
****1
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