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Performer: Katarina Dalayman

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StockholmLili Boulanger's Faust et Hélène

© Peter Hundert
Boulanger: Faust et Hélène
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra; Alan Gilbert; Katarina Dalayman; Samuel Sakker; Benedict Nelson

StockholmDie Walküre

Wagner: Die Walküre
Constantin Trinks; Staffan Valdemar Holm; Royal Swedish Opera; Alexander Vedernikov; Bente Lykke Møller; Joachim Bäckström

New York CityParsifal (2 March 2013)

Wagner: Parsifal
Daniele Gatti; François Girard; Metropolitan Opera; Katarina Dalayman; Jonas Kaufmann; Peter Mattei; Evgeny Nikitin
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A deep dive into the work of Nadia and Lili Boulanger

Alexandra Dariescu performs Nadia Boulanger © BBC | Mark Allan
James Gaffigan and the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Chorus provide the climax to a worthy day of discovery at the Barbican.
****1
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A compelling Parsifal from Victorian Opera in Melbourne

Burkhard Fritz (Parsifal) and Peter Rose (Gurnemanz) © Jeff Busby

The Australian Youth Orchestra was full of poise and maturity and all the singing was impressive in Roger Hodgman's production.

*****
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Aida returns to the Royal Swedish Opera with a new cast

Andrea Carè (Radamès) and Maria Katzarava (Aida) © Markus Gårder
Carè, Katzarava and Treichl give committed performances in a reprise of Cavanagh’s production.
**111
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Great Aida debut for Christina Nilsson

Katarina Dalayman (Amneris) and Christina Nilsson (Aida) © Markus Gårder
The remarkable performance of young soprano Christina Nilsson does not completely rescue a mixed-bag cast and a lack of Personenregie at the Stockholm Royal Opera.
**111
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Iréne Theorin triumphs as Elektra in Stockholm

Iréne Theorin (Elektra) and Cornelia Beskow (Chrysothemis) © Sara Strandlund
A quasi-concertante setting highlights Theorin's masterful performance as Elektra, Cornelia Beskow's fragile, human Chrysothemis and Katarina Dalayman's haunting Klytaemnestra.
****1
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Ragnarök: the long twilight of the Stockholm Ring

Nina Stemme (Brünnhilde) and Ola Eliasson (Gunther) © Markus Gårder
Ragnarök: the Swedish title for Götterdämmerung resonates with Old Norse folk memories of universal inundation and overthow of the order of the gods.
****1
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