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Performer: Kai Rüütel

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BelfastRustioni Conducts Mahler's Resurrection

Rustioni Conducts Mahler's Resurrection
Mahler: Symphony no. 2 in C minor 'Resurrection'
Ulster Orchestra; Daniele Rustioni; Ruby Hughes; Kai Rüütel; Belfast Philharmonic Choir

AntwerpDer Schmied von GentNew production

Schreker: Der Schmied von Gent
Alejo Pérez; Ersan Mondtag; Opera Vlaanderen; Josa Marx; Leigh Melrose; Kai Rüütel

GhentDer Schmied von GentNew production

Schreker: Der Schmied von Gent
Alejo Pérez; Ersan Mondtag; Opera Vlaanderen; Josa Marx; Leigh Melrose; Kai Rüütel

BerlinFest der Chorkulturen – Rundfunkchor Berlin & Friends

Bernstein, Panufnik, Beethoven
Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra; Gijs Leenaars; Iwona Sobotka; Kai Rüütel; Matthew Newlin; Georg Zeppenfeld
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Once more around the catwalk: Audi's Walküre in Amsterdam

Michael König (Siegmund) and Eva-Maria Westbroek (Sieglinde) © DNO 2019
Dutch National Opera revives Pierre Audi's acclaimed Die Walküre for the very last time.
*****
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Skelton and Anger set the scene for a superb Walküre

Stuart Skelton (Siegmund) © ROH | Bill Cooper
We start with a triumphant Royal Opera debut from Stuart Skelton, we close with Nina Stemme at her finest; a thrilling orchestral performance links the two. A memorable Walküre.
*****
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A bronze-toned lion: Kaufmann debuts as Otello

Jonas Kaufmann (Otello) © ROH | Catherine Ashmore
After all the speculation, Jonas Kaufmann made his role debut as Otello at The Royal Opera – an impressive, if not unqualified, success. 
****1
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Inside the mind of the Moor with Thalheimer's Otello in Antwerp

Corinne Winters (Desdemona) and Ian Storey (Otello) © Annemie Augustijns
The unclear ideas and the excessive blackness in Thalheimer’s concept failed to convince, but Stoyanov and Joel’s presentation of Verdi’s score made up for those problems.
**111
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DNO’s splendid Rosenkavalier

Dutch National Opera have given themselves and their patrons a smashing 50th birthday present – a production of Der Rosenkavalier that is a winner on all fronts.
*****
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