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Performer: Jamie MacDougall

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AberdeenRSNO Christmas Concert: The Snowman

Traditional, Blake
Gregory Batsleer; Jamie MacDougall

DundeeRSNO Christmas Concert: The Snowman

Blake: The Snowman
Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Gregory Batsleer; Jamie MacDougall

GlasgowRSNO Christmas Concert: The Snowman

Blake: The Snowman
Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Gregory Batsleer; Jamie MacDougall; RSNO Chorus; RSNO Junior Chorus

EdinburghRSNO Christmas Concert: The Snowman

Blake: The Snowman
Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Gregory Batsleer; Jamie MacDougall; RSNO Chorus; RSNO Junior Chorus

EdinburghA Midsummer Night's Dream

A Midsummer Night's Dream
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream
Stuart Stratford; Dominic Hill; Scottish Opera; Tom Piper; Trevor Bowes; David Shipley
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Vienna goes to Broadway for ENO's Merry Widow

Sarah Tynan (Hanna) © Clive Barda
ENO's Merry Widow is big, brash, and more than a touch juvenile – but it's the most fun one can have at the opera.
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Ariadne aus Glasgow: a few twists at Opera Holland Park

Jennifer France (Zerbinetta) © Robert Workman
A spirited and seamless production of Strauss’s Ariadne is aided by some excellent singing and playing at London’s premier summer opera festival.
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Scottish Opera’s Ariadne auf Naxos is witty and passionate

Laura Zigmantaite (Dryad), Mardi Byers (Ariadne), Elizabeth Cragg (Naiad) and Lucy Hall (Echo) © Richard Campbell
Antony McDonald’s take on Ariadne auf Naxos, a co-production from Scottish Opera and Opera Holland Park, sparkles with wit. 
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Lessons from Europe in a fun-filled Fledermaus

Die Fledermaus © Julie Howden | RCS
Eisenstein is a Tory Minister out of his depth on a European mission. Mischief and fun galore in RCS’s well sung Die Fledermaus, a fitting tribute to Timothy Dean as he stands down as Head of Opera.
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BBCSSO and James MacMillan Celebrate Commonwealth Day with a Blast.

There is always something special when a piece is performed in the presence of a composer, and even more so when the composer conducts a famous and popular work. James MacMillan conducted the BBCSSO in The Confession of Isobel Gowdie to help celebrate Commonwealth Day in Glasgow. 
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