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Performer: Jake Arditti

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HalleJulius Caesar in Egypt

Handel: Giulio Cesare in Egitto, (Julius Caesar in Egypt) HWV 17
Michael Hofstetter; Peter Konwitschny; Oper Halle; Helmut Brade; Vanessa Waldhart; Svitlana Slyvia; Grga Peros

Aix-en-ProvenceLe Couronnement de Poppée

Monteverdi: L'incoronazione di Poppea, SV 308
Leonardo García Alarcón; Ted Huffman; Festival d'Aix-en-Provence; Johannes Schütz; Astrid Klein; Jake Arditti; Julie Roset

SydneyRinaldo

Handel: Rinaldo
Erin Helyard; Pinchgut Opera; Jake Arditti; Taryn Fiebig; Emma Pearson; Carlo Vistoli
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Rinaldo revived: Glyndebourne tours its school-based Handel opera

Jake Arditti (Rinaldo) and dancers © Bill Cooper
Blazers and breastplates! This Rinaldo is already eight years old! It’s played at the BBC Proms while almost 40 performances have graced Glyndebourne’s festival and tour up to now, so it must be doing something right.
***11
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A metaphor for the modern world in Zurich

Julie Fuchs (Poppea) © Monika Rittershaus
Calixto Bieito sets Monteverdi’s L’incoronazione di Poppea in a hedonist, decadent society whose citizens are defined by their egotism, ambition and sexual exploits.
****1
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Pinchgut's Poppea: cynical production, glorious music

Jake Arditti (Nero) © Brett Boardman
Pinchgut Opera's L'incoronazione di Poppea is a glorious feast of singing, acting and playing but the production is brutal, taking Monteverdi's vision of corruption in high places to excessive lengths.
****1
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Agrippina meets Dynasty in Antwerp

Agrippina © Annemarie Augustijns
Opera Vlaanderen revives a production of Handel's Agrippina based on American soap operas of the 1980s.
****1
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A Fairy Queen at Iford

Lucy Page (Titania) © Iford Arts
An especially adapted version of Purcell's Fairy Queen, reworked by Timothy Nelson, inspires an exceptional reading from a talented young cast at Iford. 
****1
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