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Performer: Jennifer Davis

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CardiffThe Magic Flute

Mozart: Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute)
Damian Iorio; Dominic Cooke; Welsh National Opera; Julian Crouch; Kevin Pollard; Ben Johnson; Anita Watson

BirminghamThe Magic Flute

Mozart: Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute)
Damian Iorio; Dominic Cooke; Welsh National Opera; Julian Crouch; Kevin Pollard; Ben Johnson; Anita Watson

Milton KeynesThe Magic Flute

Mozart: Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute)
Damian Iorio; Dominic Cooke; Welsh National Opera; Julian Crouch; Kevin Pollard; Ben Johnson; Anita Watson

PlymouthThe Magic Flute

Mozart: Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute)
Damian Iorio; Dominic Cooke; Welsh National Opera; Julian Crouch; Kevin Pollard; Ben Johnson; Anita Watson

BristolThe Magic Flute

Mozart: Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute)
Damian Iorio; Dominic Cooke; Welsh National Opera; Julian Crouch; Kevin Pollard; Ben Johnson; Anita Watson
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A classic executed with style: Hänsel und Gretel

Hanna Hipp (Hänsel), Jennifer Davis (Gretel) © ROH | Clive Barda
Designer/director Antony McDonald treads a perfectly weighted path between light and dark of the fairytale; conductor Sebastian Weigle cooks up a Wagnerian storm; Michaela Schuster steals the show. A treat.
****1
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Swan cruise: Lohengrin at Covent Garden

Jennifer Davis (Elsa) and Klaus Florian Vogt (Lohengrin) © ROH | Clive Barda
David Alden’s new production for The Royal Opera, referencing fascist Germany, is drab, but there are musical compensations. 
***11
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Funny blends with sinister: witty Don Giovanni revival

Elizabeth Atherton (Donna Elvira) and John Savournin (Leporello) © Bill Cooper
Alessandro Talevi's production of Don Giovanni, conducted by Christoph Altstaedt, receives a welcome revival at the Grand Theatre, Leeds. 
****1
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The Big Bang: a starry launch for Irish National Opera

Orla Boylan, Fergus Sheil, Anna Devin and the RTE National Symphony Orchestra © Ste Murray
The biggest stigma associated with opera in Ireland is not that it is an elitist art form, but that it is not “Irish”, and that it doesn’t belong to Irish culture, more of a recent import, like pasta, or avocado.
*****
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Spyres and Crowe take the vocal honours at Covent Garden's Mitridate

Michael Spyres (Mitridate) © ROH | Bill Cooper
A strange evening: superb Mozart playing from Rousset, plenty of fine singing, staging and costumes that one certainly isn’t going to forget. But what’s the point of it all?