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Performer: Joshua Guerrero

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SalzburgIl tritticoNew production

Puccini
Franz Welser-Möst; Christof Loy; Etienne Pluss; Barbara Drosihn; Fabrice Kebour; Vienna Philharmonic

LondonMadama Butterfly

Puccini: Madama Butterfly
Nicola Luisotti; Moshe Leiser; The Royal Opera; Christian Fenouillat; Agostino Cavalca; Christophe Forey; Orchestra of the Royal Opera House Covent Garden

ChicagoDon Carlos

Verdi: Don Carlo(s)
Enrique Mazzola; Sir David McVicar; Lyric Opera of Chicago; Robert Jones; Brigitte Reiffenstuel; Joachim Klein; Chicago Lyric Opera Orchestra
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AmsterdamTosca

Puccini: Tosca
Lorenzo Viotti; Barrie Kosky; Dutch National Opera; Rufus Didwiszus; Klaus Bruns; Franck Evin; Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
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Barrie Kosky's Tosca as opera noir in Amsterdam

Barrie Kosky's psychological thriller approach to Tosca at Dutch National Opera benefits greatly from the strong performances of its three principals.
****1
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Pared-down Puccini: The Royal Opera's La bohème gains new urgency

A uniformly excellent ensemble enlivens the Royal Opera House's latest Bohème revival.
****1
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A briskly conducted Bohème revived in Toronto

The COC's revival production of Puccini's La bohème is an enjoyable trip to the opera but it won't blow your socks off.
***11
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Venera Gimadieva leads a moving Traviata in DC

A strong new Traviata from Washington National Opera with the welcome house debut of Venera Gimadieva as a fabulous Violetta.
****1
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Tears on the picnic lawn: Madama Butterfly at Glyndebourne

After dipping its toe in the cherry blossom for Glyndebourne's Tour in 2016, Annilese Miskimmon's staging of Puccini's gut-wrencher hits the main festival.
***11
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Miller's Rigoletto makes a flawed return to ENO

Jonathan Miller's production remains a work of brilliance, but poor conducting amongst other things keeps this revival from getting off the ground.
***11
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