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Performer: James F. Ingalls

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New York CityOrfeo ed Euridice

Gluck: Orfeo ed Euridice
Mark Wigglesworth; Mark Morris; Metropolitan Opera; Allen Moyer; Isaac Mizrahi; Jamie Barton; Hei-Kyung Hong

SalzburgLagrime di San Pietro – Los Angeles Master Chorale

de Lassus: Lagrime di San Pietro
Grant Gershon; Los Angeles Master Chorale; Peter Sellars; James F. Ingalls; Danielle Domingue Sumi

SalzburgIdomeneoNew production

Mozart: Idomeneo, rè di Creta
Teodor Currentzis; Peter Sellars; George Tsypin; Robby Duiveman; Russell Thomas; Paula Murrihy
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Echoes in the comfort zone: Only the Sound Remains in Madrid

Philippe Jaroussky, Davóne Tines and Nora Kimball-Mentzos © Javier del Real | Teatro Real
Kaija Saariaho's delightful but unchallenging fourth opera comes to Madrid with the same crew of the world première and Davone Tines, Philippe Jaroussky and Nora Kimball-Mentzos in the leading roles
***11
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Mark Morris / Silk Road ensemble: Layla and Majnun

Layla and Majnun © Susana Milman
The staging required that the dancers move through and around the musicians, and this intertwining gave the piece a coherent visual identity and a flowing energy. 
*****
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Mozart dances, Mark Morris

Mozart Dances, Mark Morris Dance group © Stephanie Berger
Mozart Dances is a great piece of work and when paired with Garrick Ohlsson and the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra, it’s a terrific night at the theater.
****1
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Cranko's Onegin in San Francisco

Maria Kochetkova and Vitor Luiz in Cranko's Onegin © Erik Tomasson
The San Francisco Ballet's 2016 season culminates in a dazzling, masterful rendition of John Cranko's Onegin, bringing passion, fury and drama to the War Memorial Opera House stage.
****1
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Der Tod des milden Titus in Salzburg

Golda Schultz (Vitellia), Marianne Crebassa (sesto) © Salzburger Festspiele | Ruth Walz
Lange hat man Mozart in Salzburg nicht mehr so mitreißend erlebt. Mit dem neuen Titus gelingt Neo-Intendant Markus Hinterhäuser ein Coup, der erhoffen lässt, dass sich Salzburg einer neuen goldenen Ära entgegenbewegt.
****1
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