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Performer: Keith Warner

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Frankfurt am MainLa Cenerentola

Rossini: La Cenerentola (Cinderella)
Patrick Hahn; Keith Warner; Oper Frankfurt; Jason Southgate; Nicky Shaw; Simon Mills; Opera Frankfurt Orchestra

Frankfurt am MainHänsel und Gretel

Humperdinck: Hänsel und Gretel
Leo Hussain; Keith Warner; Oper Frankfurt; Takeshi Moriuchi; Jason Southgate; Julia Müer; John Bishop

ViennaDie Meistersinger von NürnbergNew production

Wagner: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg
Philippe Jordan; Keith Warner; Vienna State Opera; Boris Kudlička; Kaspar Glarner; John Bishop; Orchestra of the Vienna State Opera
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Maltman’s Iago the driving force in tepid Otello revival

The Royal Opera's revival of Keith Warner's staging feels underbaked, although interest is largely focused on the pit as the latest contender to take over from Antonio Pappano as Music Director is auditioned.
***11
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Theater an der Wien premieres Christian Jost's Egmont

Keith Warner directs a new opera which packs in betrayal, murder, oppression, freedom, love and the Spanish Inquisition into a mere 90 minutes.
****1
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“Esultate!” Kunde's Otello impresses at Covent Garden

The American must be one of the few tenors to tackle both Rossini and Verdi's Moor with success. 
****1
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Milling drives a dramatic Royal Opera Götterdämmerung

A standout performance from Stephen Milling complements all-round excellence of cast to provide a satisfying end to the Covent Garden Ring.
****1
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A fantastic tale, an outstanding cast: Siegfried at ROH

Wagner's storytelling shines brightly with the aid of a cast well out of the ordinary. Vinke, Stemme, Siegel and Lundgren make part 3 of The Ring an unforgettable evening of opera.
*****
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Skelton and Anger set the scene for a superb Walküre

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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