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Performer: James Conlon

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La CoruñaJames Conlon: Debussy & Zemlinsky

Debussy, Zemlinsky
Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia; James Conlon

MunichPeter Grimes

Britten: Peter Grimes
James Conlon; Stefan Herheim; Bavarian State Opera; Silke Bauer; Esther Bialas; Michael Bauer; Bayerisches Staatsorchester

FlorenceErnaniNew production

Verdi: Ernani
James Conlon; Leo Muscato; Maggio Musicale Fiorentino; Federica Parolini; Silvia Aymonino; Alessandro Verazzi; Orchestra del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino
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La CoruñaJames Conlon dirige la Segunda Brahms

Brahms: Symphony no. 2 in D major, Op.73
Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia; James Conlon
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LA Opera emerges from its 18-month hiatus with a new Trovatore

Francisco Negrín gives his singers little help in a dark, boxy new staging, put together at frantic, last minute speed. 
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A blast of a Berlin Bohème in Hollywood

Barrie Kosky's stark, spare La bohème gave it a rare spark of humanity focused on Marina Costa-Jackson's haunting Mimì, whose existence became the central focus even when she wasn't singing.
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LA Opera's La Traviata: all about Adela Zaharia

As Zaharia inhabited her role, the opera became almost entirely about her, to the extent that one wanted to watch her every movement and hear her every syllable.
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Technicolor Clemenza at LA Opera

Any parallels between Rome in the first century under Emperor Titus and the United States two millennia later under Emperor Trump were lost in a Tinseltown graphic novel sweep.
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Susan Graham stars in LA Opera's charming Humperdinck revival

Susan Graham had all the fun every mezzo-soprano witch, who can sing the role and disguise herself – when necessary – to look the part, deserves. 
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Lots of Gluck: LA Opera’s Orphée et Eurydice

With a potent cast and excellent dancing, this is a sophisticated take on Gluck's opera. 
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