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Performer: Jeffrey Treganza

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ViennaLa traviata

Verdi: La traviata
Wolfram-Maria Märtig; Hans Gratzer; Volksoper Wien; Barbara Naujok; Anja-Nina Bahrmann; Rebecca Nelsen

ViennaDie Fledermaus

Strauss II: Die Fledermaus
Alfred Eschwé; Heinz Zednik; Volksoper Wien; Pantelis Dessyllas; Doris Engl; Carsten Süss; Ursula Pfitzner

ViennaSchoenberg in HollywoodNew production

Machover: Schoenberg in Hollywood
Gerrit Prießnitz; Helen Malkowsky; Volksoper Wien; Sophie Lux; Marco Di Sapia; Lauren Urquhart; Jeffrey Treganza
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Brigadoon charms in Austrian premiere at the Volksoper

Brigadoon © Barbara Palffy | Volksoper Wien
Movement was so effectively utilised in this production, with elements of ballet, modern and Scottish folk melded in true Agnes de Mille fashion.
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An uncluttered Figaro at the Volksoper

Günter Haumer (Count Almaviva), David Steffens (Figaro) and Melba Ramos (Countess Almaviva) © Barbara Pálffy | Volksoper Wien
Movable walls, some adorned with Baroque frescoes, partition the stage in ways that remind the viewer of the easy proximity of the masters and servants' quarters in Almaviva's estate.
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Puccini takes centre stage in Stefan Herheim’s Madama Butterfly

Manon, Mimi, Tosca and Cio-Cio San. Why does Puccini send these women to such heartless deaths? It’s a question which musicologist Mosco Carner answered in the 1950s with a speculative Freudian reduction (the composer apparently had a debilitating mother complex).
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The Volksoper’s Csárdásfürstin keeps things fun

The Volksoper Wien’s first-rate production of “Die Csárdásfürstin” (“The Csárdás Princess”) offers a rare chance to waltz through one of operetta’s most tuneful hits. Emmerich Kálmán’s score, to a libretto by Béla Jenbach, is a frothy concoction of romance, hedonism, and too much time spent in nightclubs.

Hoffmanns Erzählungen: Publikumshit an der Volksoper Wien

Rebecca Nelsen (Antonia) und Stefan Cerny (Luther / Krespel) © Barbara Pálffy | Volksoper Wien
Wie schon bei der Premiere 2016 bietet Renaud Doucets Inszenierung ideale Voraussetzungen für einen hochwertigen Hoffmann.
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