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Verdi: Rigoletto
Vincenzo Milletarì; Barbora Horáková; Prague National Theatre Opera; Richard Hein; Sophia Schneider; Annemarie Bulla; Jan Dörner

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Donizetti: La Fille du régiment
Antonino Fogliani; Emilio Sagi; Deutsche Oper am Rhein; Fernando Botero; Davy Cunningham; Duisburger Philharmoniker
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Rossini: Guillaume Tell (William Tell)
Fergus Sheil; Julien Chavaz; Irish National Opera; Jamie Vartan; Severine Besson; Sinéad Wallace; Irish National Opera Orchestra
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Buffa or bullying? Don Pasquale on Glyndebourne Tour

Not quite as innocent an account of opera buffa as others, but for quality of musicianship, Glyndebourne Tour's revival of Mariame Clément’s production of Donizetti's comedy hits all the right notes.
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Love is no picnic: Hytner's Così fan tutte returns to Glyndebourne

Lush visuals and appealing singing do not quite make up for a somewhat lacklustre revival of Nicholas Hytner's acclaimed 2006 production of Mozart's late comedy.
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Donizetti's L'ange de Nisida proves to be a masterpiece

The performance at Bergamo Opera Festival proved that L'ange de Nisida can contest the place of La favorite in Donizetti's catalog.
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JPYA unite for a golden afternoon at Covent Garden

The young singers spin any raw material into opera gold, sending the audience home as uplifted as if they’d just glugged a bellyful of Pimm’s.
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Billy Budd finally drops anchor again at The Royal Opera

After nearly two decades away from the Covent Garden stage, it was time Britten's Billy Budd came home, in a new production from Madrid by Deborah Warner. 
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Blue is the new Violet: an outstanding Traviata debut

On her house debut, in Covent Garden's second cast of the year, Angel Blue is completely convincing as Verdi's doomed courtesan; Benjamin Bernheim is an unconventional but compelling Alfredo; Simone Piazzola a persuasive Germont père.
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