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Performer: Marlis Petersen

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BrusselsDie tote Stadt

Korngold: Die tote Stadt (The Dead City)
Lothar Koenigs; Mariusz Treliński; De Munt | La Monnaie; Boris Kudlička; Marek Adamski; Roberto Saccà; Marlis Petersen

ParisMarlis Petersen sings Lieder

Brahms, Duparc, Fauré, Hahn, Liszt, Schubert, Reger, Sommer, Strauss R., Wagner, Wolf
Marlis Petersen; Stephan Matthias Lademann

MunichDer RosenkavalierNew production

Der Rosenkavalier
Strauss R.: Der Rosenkavalier
Vladimir Jurowski; Barrie Kosky; Bavarian State Opera; Rufus Didwiszus; Victoria Behr; Marlis Petersen; Katharina Konradi


© Wilfried Hösl
Strauss R.: Salome
Kirill Petrenko; Krzysztof Warlikowski; Bavarian State Opera; Małgorzata Szczęśniak; Marlis Petersen; Michaela Schuster

MunichFestspiel-Sonderkonzert: Der wendende Punkt

Festspiel-Sonderkonzert: Der wendende Punkt
Bayerisches Staatsorchester; Ivor Bolton; Pavol Breslik; Constantinos Carydis; Christian Gerhaher; Anja Harteros
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It was all a dream: an absorbing Die tote Stadt in Munich

Jonas Kaufmann (Paul) © Wilfried Hösl
With an unsurpassed cast, devoted conducting and a brilliantly imaginative staging, the Bavarian State Opera's new production of Korngold's Die tote Stadt is a triumph.
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Kirill Petrenko's new energy proves irresistible at the Philharmonie

Kirill Petrenko conducts the Berliner Philharmoniker © Stephan Rabold
Sultry Berg and and a lithe, forceful Beethoven Nine herald an exciting new reign in Berlin.
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Magical musicianship, but drab direction

Mirella Hagen (Morgana) and Rainer Trost (Oronte) © Herwig Prammer
Marlis Petersen's Alcina bloomed for a knockout “Ah! mio cor!” just in time for intermission.
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A boon for Beethoven buffs in Vienna

René Jacobs © Molina Visuals
Beethoven lovers were expecting an authentic recreation of the first version of Fidelio but instead they got Leonore à la Jacobs.
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A humanizing force: spellbinding Brahms

Marlis Petersen and members of the Rundfunkchor Berlin © Stephanie Berger
Performers often speak of ecstatic moments. But that ecstasy doesn't always transfer beyond the stage. This was an extraordinary effort to bridge the divide. 
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