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Performer: Marie Lambert-Le Bihan

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DresdenJoyce DiDonato & Il Pomo d'Oro

Dresdner Musikfestspiele
Cavalieri, Copland, Gluck, Handel, Ives, Mahler, Mysliveček, Portman, Uccellini, Valentini
Maxim Emelyanychev; Marie Lambert-Le Bihan; John Torres; Joyce DiDonato; Il Pomo d'Oro


Bizet: Carmen
Henrik Nánási; Marie Lambert-Le Bihan; Lyric Opera of Chicago; Robin Don; Robert Perdziola; Chicago Lyric Opera Orchestra; Chicago Lyric Opera Chorus

LiègeDialogues des CarmélitesNew production

Poulenc: Dialogues des Carmélites
Speranza Scappucci; Marie Lambert-Le Bihan; Opéra Royal de Wallonie-Liège; Cécile Trémolières; John Torres; Orchestra de Opéra Royal de Wallonie-Liège
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Joyce DiDonato and Il Pomo d’Oro make the Konzerthaus their Eden

Pageantry abounds as the popular mezzo-soprano turns the Konzerthaus Wien into a sort of classical music, multisensory varieté.
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Safe and simple pleasures from Scottish Opera's La traviata

There are no answers, nor indeed many probing questions, in this Scottish Opera revival of Sir David McVicar’s production from 2008, but it is sumptuous and enjoyable.
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Verismo with a capital V: Zazà at Opera Holland Park

A convincing outing for Leoncavallo's rarely performed tale of adultery, populated by characters who are flesh and blood and are immediately recognisable today.
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Breaking up is hard: La Voix humaine

Poulenc's one-act, one-side-of-a-phone-conversation opera provides a perfect vehicle for Anne-Sophie Duprels to demonstrate her talents as a singing actor.
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Musical statues: Ronconi's static Semiramide

In a staging new to Florence, the action is often merely a set of friezes, singers immobilised on a pair of moving plinths. 
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Sultry, fiery, coquettish: d’Oustrac’s Carmen

“The very incarnation of vice” was how one critic described Célestine Galli-Marié’s Carmen at the opera’s 1875 Opéra Comique première. That description could equally be applied to Stéphanie d’Oustrac in Glyndebourne’s revival of David McVicar’s terrific production.
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