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Lisette Oropesa conquers Paris in Les Huguenots

It's a big night at the Opéra Bastille for their 350th anniversary season; Oropesa's dazzling coloratura stops the show; Andreas Kriegenburg sets the action interestingly in a Star Trek future.
***11
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An unexpected Met debut in Roméo et Juliette

Bartlett Sher's production of Gounod's Romeo et Juliette returns to the Met. 
***11
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Norma as Games of Thrones at Teatro Real

Livermore turns Norma into a dubious tribute to fantasy B-movies but Gregory Kunde and Karine Deshayes come to the rescue.
***11
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A new cast impresses in Hoffmann

Great singing and acting from the Met's Tales of Hoffmann second cast. 
****1
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A delightful and enduring Cinderella

Using Rossini’s music as the guidelines for his actor’s movements, Director Gregory Fortner has fashione a highly choreographed interpretation of the opera based on the classic production by Jean-Pierre Ponnelle. 
****1
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Giulio Cesare in Pelly's museum: Lawrence Zazzo stars in Paris

Of the seventeen operas Handel wrote to star the Italian castrato Senesino, Giulio Cesare in Egitto is the most popular, and the one performed most often. It is a dramma per musica filled with ironic hints, and based on power and sex intrigues in ancient Rome. The 38-year-old Handel wrote it in England when his imported Italian-style operas started to fall out of favour.
***11
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