Performer: Keri Alkema

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BarcelonaUn ballo in maschera

Verdi: Un ballo in maschera
Renato Palumbo; Vincent Boussard; Gran Teatre del Liceu; Vincent Lemaire; Christian Lacroix; Piotr Beczała; Carlos Álvarez

ToulouseLa rondine

Puccini: La rondine
Paolo Arrivabeni; Nicolas Joël; Théâtre du Capitole; Alfonso Caiani; Ezio Frigerio; Franca Squarciapino; Keri Alkema

DijonSimon Boccanegra

Verdi: Simon Boccanegra
Roberto Rizzi-Brignoli; Philipp Himmelmann; Opéra de Dijon; Etienne Pluss; Kathi Maurer; Vittorio Vitelli; Luciano Batinic

ToulouseLa clemenza di Tito

Mozart: La clemenza di Tito
Attilio Cremonesi; Sir David McVicar; Théâtre du Capitole; Alfonso Caiani; Jenny Tiramani; Sabina Puértolas

TorontoAnna BolenaNew production

Donizetti: Anna Bolena
Corrado Rovaris; Stephen Lawless; Canadian Opera Company; Benoit Dugardyn; Ingeborg Bernerth; Sondra Radvanovsky; Keri Alkema
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A dark masquerade in Barcelona

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.
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A mixed Tosca from English National Opera

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.
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A thoughtful Don Giovanni at Santa Fe

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. 
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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.
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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.
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