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Performer: Jordi Bernàcer

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GijónContrastes II

Contrastes II
Rachmaninov, Brahms
Orquesta Sinfónica del Principado de Asturias; Jordi Bernàcer; Juan Barahona

OviedoContrastes II

Contrastes II
Rachmaninov, Brahms
Orquesta Sinfónica del Principado de Asturias; Jordi Bernàcer; Juan Barahona

MadridCiclo sinfónico: Sobrevivir

Ciclo sinfónico: Sobrevivir
Glinka, Wieniawski, Shostakovich
Orquesta Nacional de España; Jordi Bernàcer; Ana María Valderrama

MadridCiclo Descubre: El año 1905 de Shostakovich

Ciclo Descubre: *El año 1905* de Shostakovich
Shostakovich: Symphony no. 11 in G minor "The Year 1905", Op.103
Orquesta Nacional de España; Jordi Bernàcer

GenoaUn ballo in maschera

Verdi: Un ballo in maschera
Jordi Bernàcer; Leo Nucci; Teatro Carlo Felice; Carlo Centolavigna; Artemio Cabassi; Stefan Pop; Angelo Villari
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Verdi Wars: Frank Castorf’s Forza del destino at Deutsche Oper

Russell Thomas (Don Alvaro) and Markus Brück (Don Carlo) © Thomas Aurin

Audience uproar brings a much needed sense of theatre to a disappointing production of Verdi’s middle-period epic.

**111
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An eye-popping Tosca in Rome

Svetlana Kasyan (Tosca) © Yasuko Kageyama | Teatro dell’Opera di Roma
Alessandro Talevi's gorgeous staging recreates Tosca as it might have been seen at its 1900 première. 
****1
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Tragedy comes full circle in San Carlo's Rigoletto

George Petean (Rigoletto) and Rosa Feola (Gilda) © Teatro di San Carlo | Luciano Romano
In this staging of Verdi’s  masterpiece, the director reminds us that the ominous epilogue springs from its short prelude.
****1
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Tosca: love, hope and tragedy in fascist times

Opera at its best. Lot of emotion in this fully melodramatic staging of Tosca in Naples, every performer was completely in their role.
****1
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A blood-spattered, claustrophobic Cavalleria rusticana

“Sorry for my meddling. I am the director of this opera.” Before the curtain opens, in a prologue to the prologue, Delbono shows up and addresses the audience. 
****1
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