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Performer: Marc Albrecht

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AmsterdamMarc Albrecht conducts Beethoven's Symphony no. 9

© Marco Borggreve
Strauss R., Beethoven
Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra; Marc Albrecht; Agneta Eichenholz; Rosanne van Sandwijk; Peter Sonn; Christopher Purves

TokyoSchoenberg, Poulenc & Korngold

© Marco Borggreve
Schoenberg, Poulenc, Korngold
NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo; Marc Albrecht; Pascal Rogé

TokyoStrauss, Wagner and a Japanese premiere

Strauss R., Hosokawa, Wagner
NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo; Marc Albrecht; Veronika Eberle

DüsseldorfEin Heldenleben

Wigglesworth, Sibelius, Strauss R.
Düsseldorfer Symphoniker; Marc Albrecht; Augustin Hadelich


Strauss R.: Capriccio
Marc Albrecht; Robert Carsen; Opéra national de Paris; Michael Levine; Anthony Powell; Diana Damrau; Sir Simon Keenlyside
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Once more around the catwalk: Audi's Walküre in Amsterdam

Michael König (Siegmund) and Eva-Maria Westbroek (Sieglinde) © DNO 2019
Dutch National Opera revives Pierre Audi's acclaimed Die Walküre for the very last time.
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‘Wagner Night’ returns to the Proms

Marc Albrecht conducts the Royal Philharmonic Orchesta © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
Things went from good to great in the course of the Götterdämmerung highlights.
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The coronation and tragedy of Boris revived at Covent Garden

Bryn Terfel (Boris) and Roger Honeywell (Shuisky) © ROH | Clive Barda
A title role performance full of depth from Terfel and a barnstorming comic interlude from Tomlinson provide some great moments, but much of this Boris fails to rise above the ordinary.
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Glorious ensembles in Dutch National Opera’s new Tannhäuser

Daniel Kirch (Tannhäuser) and Ekaterina Gubanova (Venus) © Monika Rittershaus
Orchestra and chorus reach great Wagnerian heights in this new production by Christof Loy, a study of an artist in revolt against hypocritical sexual mores.
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Albrecht’s Mahler 8 is a fierce struggle for redemption

Marc Albrecht © Marco Borggreve
Leading five choirs, fine soloists and a glowing Netherlands Philharmonic, conductor Marc Albrecht emphasised the human struggle in a highly dramatic performance of Mahler’s mammoth eighth symphony.
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