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Performer: Kate Lindsey

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MilanRecital: Kate Lindsey

Weill
Kate Lindsey; Baptiste Trotignon

MilanThe Seven Deadly Sins/Mahagonny–Songspiel

Weill
Riccardo Chailly; Irina Brook; Teatro alla Scala; Kate Lindsey; Lauren Michelle; Elliott Carlton Hines; Andrew Harris
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Operetta is back at Glyndebourne: Offenbach's Mesdames de la Halle

In the market for love © Richard Hubert Smith
Glyndebourne welcome audiences back into the house with a one hour Offenbach operetta whose comedy and plot lines are thin but which still delights.
***11
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Sweet sorrow: an excellent Roméo et Juliette at the Philharmonie

Gijs Leenaars, Shenyang, Andrew Staples, Daniel Harding and Kate Lindsey © Stephan Rabold
Daniel Harding conducts a handsome, moving account of Berlioz' Symphonie dramatique with the Berliner Philharmoniker. 
****1
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Cinders on the couch: Freudian Cendrillon at Glyndebourne

Danielle de Niese (Cendrillon) and Kate Lindsey (Prince Charming) © Richard Hubert Smith
Cinderella undergoes psychoanalysis on the Sussex Downs as Fiona Shaw's production is revived for the Glyndebourne Festival. 
****1
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Welser-Möst unveils a musically superb Ariadne auf Naxos

Tamara Wilson (Ariadne) and Andreas Schager (Bacchus) © Roger Mastroianni
Tamara Wilson was a top-notch Ariadne, supported by a strong cast, including Kate Lindsey as a passionate Composer, a thrilling Zerbinetta by Daniela Fally, and an unbeatable Bacchus in Andreas Schager.
****1
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Sacrifice to passion: L’incoronazione di Poppea in Salzburg

Kate Lindsey (Nerone) and Sonya Yoncheva (Poppea) © Salzburger Festspiele | Maarten Vanden Abeele
A wonderful cast conducted by William Christie in a new production of L’incoronazione di Poppea at the Salzburg Festival. 
****1
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Seriously funny: Glyndebourne's Rosenkavalier

Rachel Willis-Sørensen (The Marschallin) © Robert Workman | Glyndebourne Festival 2018
Strauss' mix of bedroom farce, comedy of manners and bittersweet musing about aging is acted and sung superbly in this revival of Richard Jones' production.
*****
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