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Performer: Lee Bisset

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LeedsDie Walküre Act 1

Kelly Cae Hogan (Brünnhilde) and Robert Hayward (Wotan) © Clive Barda
Wagner: Die Walküre
Richard Farnes; Peter Mumford; Opera North; James Creswell; Lee Bisset; Michael Weinius

LeedsDie Walküre Act 2

Kelly Cae Hogan (Brünnhilde) and Robert Hayward (Wotan) © Clive Barda
Wagner: Die Walküre
Richard Farnes; Peter Mumford; Opera North; Michael Weinius; James Creswell; Robert Hayward; Lee Bisset

LeedsGötterdämmerung Prologue & Act 1

Mati Turi (Siegfried) © Clive Barda
Wagner: Götterdämmerung
Richard Farnes; Peter Mumford; Opera North; Mati Turi; Kelly Cae Hogan; Andrew Foster-Williams; Giselle Allen
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Sins of the fathers: Le Cid at Dorset Opera Festival

Leonardo Capalbo (Rodrigue) and Dorset Opera Chorus © Fritz Curzon
Dorset Opera Festival's bold decision to programme Massenet's obscure opera about a medieval Castilian hero proves to be a major success.
****1
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Memorable and epic Die Walküre at EIF

Simon O'Neill and the RSNO © Beth Chalmers
A sensational Die Walküre from Sir Andrew Davis and the RSNO at the Edinburgh Festival that will be talked about for years.
*****
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A flesh and blood Tristan at Longborough

Stuart Pendred (Kurwenal) © Matthew Williams-Ellis
A passionate revival of Longborough's 2015 production with outstanding performances from the principals.  
****1
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Plenty of toil but no trouble in Macbeth

Hot on the heels of its Eugene Onegin, full of potential marriages that never reach the altar, Dorset Opera put on an excellent production of an opera with a successful, slick and murderous power couple.
****1
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Pain and purity: Janáček's Jenůfa

Jenůfa unfurls with chilling intensity at Longborough with the talented Lee Bisset in the title role. 
*****
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Full immersion, total immolation

Mati Turi (Siegfried) © Clive Barda
Crowning this cycle came a truly magnificent performance of Götterdämmerung, centred very much on Richard Farnes and his orchestra.
*****
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