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Performer: Julia Sitkovetsky

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SnapeRoger Vignoles & Friends

Britten, Prokofiev, Rachmaninov
Julia Sitkovetsky; Alban Gerhardt; Roger Vignoles

DuisburgSiegfried

Wagner: Siegfried
Axel Kober; Dietrich Hilsdorf; Deutsche Oper am Rhein; Dieter Richter; Renate Schmitzer; Corby Welch; Cornel Frey

DüsseldorfPetrushka / L'Enfant et les sortilèges

Stravinsky, Ravel
Marc Piollet; Suzanne Andrade; Deutsche Oper am Rhein; Marie Jacquot; Wen-Pin Chien; Esme Appleton; Paul Barritt

DuisburgPetrushka / L'Enfant et les sortilèges

Stravinsky, Ravel
Wen-Pin Chien; Suzanne Andrade; Deutsche Oper am Rhein; Marc Piollet; Esme Appleton; Paul Barritt; Maria Kataeva
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Scottish Opera’s steampunk Magic Flute returns

Julia Sitkovetsky (The Queen of the Night) © James Glossop

Sir Thomas Allen’s crowd-pleasing Magic Flute returns to Scottish Opera in a finely sung performance with Tobias Ringborg drawing period colours from the orchestra.

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Knock, Knock, Who's There? Menotti's The Medium at Grimeborn Festival

Menotti's strange morality tale about the dangers of conjuring up responses from the Other Side gets an original and creative outing at Grimeborn, including an aerialist on stage at all times. 
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A tribute to Britten and Rimbaud: Journeying Boys at the Guildhall

In the programme notes to the Guildhall production of Journeying Boys, writer and director Iain Burnside reveals that the original idea behind the play came from Nick Sears, the Royal College of Music’s Head of Vocal Studies. It’s hard to know whether that disclosure was a giving of credit due or a disclaimer.
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Reactions and Reflections: The music of Les Six at Charlton House

Regeneration is currently at the heart of everything that goes on inside the beautifully preserved Charlton House. Built between 1607 and 1612 by Sir Adam Newton, the building and its grounds remain a fine example of Jacobean domestic architecture.
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