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Performer: Keri Alkema

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TorontoRusalkaNew production

Dvořák: Rusalka
Johannes Debus; Sir David McVicar; Canadian Opera Company; John Macfarlane; Moritz Junge; Sondra Radvanovsky; Pavel Černoch

WashingtonDon Giovanni

Mozart: Don Giovanni
Evan Rogister; E Loren Meeker; Washington National Opera; Erhard Rom; Jean-Pierre Ponnelle; Ryan McKinny; Vanessa Vasquez
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A dark masquerade in Barcelona

Carlos Álvarez (Renato) and Piotr Beczała (Riccardo) © A. Bofill
A dark minimalist inspiration for Vincent Boussard’s co-production of the Boston version of Un ballo in maschera, returning to the Gran Teatre del Liceu after 16 years.
***11
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A mixed Tosca from English National Opera

Keri Alkema (Tosca) and Craig Colclough (Scarpia) © Richard Hubert Smith
This revival of Catherine Malfitano’s excellent 2010 production features some splendid singing from Gwyn Hughes Jones as Cavaradossi – but is let down by some poor diction and varying drama.
***11
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A thoughtful Don Giovanni at Santa Fe

Daniel Okilitch (Don Giovanni) and Solomon Howard (Commendatore) © Ken Howard | Santa Fe Opera
In Ron Daniels' production of Mozart’s Don Giovanni at Santa Fe Opera, the specter of death and the possibility of judgment is always center stage. 
****1
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New York City Opera's Moses in Egypt thinks big

In recent seasons, the New York City Opera has largely limited itself to chamber operas. Its newest production marks a renewed ambition: Rossini’s Mosè in Egitto, a proto grand opera that ends with nothing less than the parting of the Red Sea.
***11
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Opera North present a beautiful, powerful new production of Bellini's Norma

Bellini’s bel canto masterpiece Norma was once a staple of the operatic stage, performed by great sopranos such as Maria Callas and Joan Sutherland on a regular basis. Nowadays, despite containing one of the most famous arias of all time, it is performed less frequently.
****1
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