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Performer: José Cura

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BudapestTurandot

Turandot
Puccini: Turandot
Balázs Kocsár; Balázs Kovalik; Hungarian State Opera; Éva Szendrényi; Márta Jánoskuti; Szilvia Rálik; Cristina Pasaroiu

ViennaSamson et Dalila

Saint-Saëns: Samson et Dalila
Frédéric Chaslin; Alexandra Liedtke; Vienna State Opera; Raimund Orfeo Voigt; Su Bühler; José Cura; Anita Rachvelishvili

PragueNabucco

Verdi: Nabucco
Andreas Sebastian Weiser; José Cura; Prague National Theatre Opera; Silvia Collazuol; Martin Bárta; Miguelangelo Cavalcanti

CologneTosca

Puccini: Tosca
Alfred Eschwé; Thilo Reinhardt; Oper Köln; Paul Zoller; Ulli Kremer; Adina Aaron; José Cura

HamburgOtello

Verdi: Otello
Paolo Carignani; Calixto Bieito; Hamburg State Opera; Susanne Gschwender; Ingo Krügler; José Cura; Andrzej Dobber
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A Cav & Pag with virtues and flaws at San Francisco Opera

Tango time © Cory Weaver | San Francisco Opera
Tenor-turned-director José Cura transplants the action from southern Italy to Buenos Aires. 
***11
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A beautiful but lifeless Nabucco in Prague

Martin Bárta (Nabucco) © Patrik Borecký
José Cura shines as a designer but brings surprisingly little staging expertise to his latest directorial effort.
***11
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Tragic dignity and pathos from José Cura's Otello

José Cura (Otello) © Lorraine Wauters | Opéra Royal de Wallonie-Liège
Cura's powerful spinto tenor impressed from his opening “Esultate!” and left no doubt as to the Moor's authority.
****1
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José Cura's Scandinavian Bohème revived in Stockholm

La bohème © Emma Svensson (2015)
Strindberg, Munch, Grieg, and Kierkegaard eke out a living in a loft in Stockholm among the joys and sorrows of love and loss.
***11
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José Cura directs a Scandinavian Bohème

Daniel Johansson (Rodolfo) and Yana Kleyn (Mimì) © Emma Svensson
José Cura's new Bohème in Stockholm features Kierkegaard, Munch, Strindberg, and even Julbocken – but it's Daniele Callegari that proves the main draw.
***11
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