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Performer: Marie-Nicole Lemieux

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MadridIl trovatore

Escena de Il trovatore en el Teatro Real © Javier del Real | Teatro Real
Verdi: Il trovatore
Maurizio Benini; Francisco Negrín; Teatro Real; Louis Désiré; Ludovic Tézier; Artur Ruciński

ParisMarie-Nicole Lemieux: Vivaldi Recital

© Denis Rouvre
Stefano Montanari; Marie-Nicole Lemieux; Opéra de Lyon; I Bollenti Spiriti

MontrealGreat Voices of Quebec Sing Christmas

Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal; Jacques Lacombe; Nicole Car; Marie-Nicole Lemieux; Étienne Dupuis; Unknown

New York CityOrchestra of St. Luke’s

Handel, Vivaldi
Orchestra of St Luke's; Bernard Labadie; Daniel Hope; Marie-Nicole Lemieux


Verdi: Falstaff
Daniel Harding; Sir David McVicar; Vienna State Opera; Charles Edwards; Gabrielle Dalton; Ambrogio Maestri; Olga Bezsmertna
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A Falstaff to relish at the Met

Ailyn Pérez (Alice) and Ambrogio Maestri (Falstaff) © Karen Almond | Met Opera
A welcome revival at the Met of Robert Carsen's witty production of Verdi's final opera. 
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The lights are out in Allemonde: Pelléas at the Met

Isabel Leonard (Mélisande) © Karen Almond | Metropolitan Opera
Yannick Nézet-Séguin’s proves the highlight of a frustrating evening at The Metropolitan Opera
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Sir John in Love: the fat knight returns to Covent Garden

Sir Bryn Terfel (Falstaff) and Rupert © ROH | Catherine Ashmore
Sir Bryn Terfel’s Falstaff is still a cherishable rogue as he takes on the title role in Robert Carsen’s joyous staging at the Royal Opera. 
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"It must be so": Handel's Jephtha

Ian Bostridge (Jephtha) and Katherine Watson (Iphis) © Monika Rittershaus | Opéra national de Paris
Claus Guth's production of Handel's last oratorio lands in Paris, where William Christie leads Les Arts Florissants and a stellar cast. 
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As English as roast beef: YNS and OM in Paris

Marie-Nicole Lemieux and Yannick Nézet-Séguin © François Goupil
On the last leg of their first international tour, the Orchestre Métropolitain and Yannick Nézet-Séguin fully embraced Elgar after a francophone first half of Berlioz and Saint-Saëns. 
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