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Performer: Mary Elizabeth Williams

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ParisTippett, A child of our time – Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla

Purcell, Tippett
Orchestre National de France; Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla; Mary Elizabeth Williams; Dame Felicity Palmer; Joshua Stewart; Matthew Brook

AntwerpDon CarlosNew production

Verdi: Don Carlo(s)
Alejo Pérez; Johan Simons; Opera Vlaanderen; Hans Op de Beeck; Greta Goiris; Andreas Bauer Kanabas; Leonardo Capalbo

GhentDon CarlosNew production

Verdi: Don Carlo(s)
Alejo Pérez; Johan Simons; Opera Vlaanderen; Hans Op de Beeck; Greta Goiris; Andreas Bauer Kanabas; Leonardo Capalbo
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Ballo II, the American cut: an indigestible staging at WNO

Gwyn Hughes Jones (Riccardo) and Mary Elizabeth Williams (Amelia) © Bill Cooper
Musically, WNO gets it right. Straightforward brilliance is the order of the day, and plenty of it.
***11
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Seattle Opera's Porgy and Bess is a vocal and dramatic stunner

Angel Blue (Bess) and Alfred Walker (Porgy) © Philip Newton
Seattle Opera's memorable Porgy and Bess excels with an exceptional cast who performed with utmost sympathy for their roles.
****1
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Wheel of Fortune: Preziosilla spins Pountney's Force of Destiny

Justina Gringyte (Preziosilla) © Richard Hubert Smith
When the entire plot is triggered by a freak accident, you can't blame director David Pountney for making Fate itself one of the key characters.  
****1
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Spano Conducts a Concert Version Otello in Atlanta

Mary Elizabeth Williams (Desdemona) and Russell Thomas (Otello) © Jeff Roffman
With Verdi's Otello, Music Director Robert Spano continues a recent Atlanta Symphony Orchestra tradition of presenting grand operatic works in a concert hall version
***11
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WNO's jolly good romp in Birmingham

Mary Elizabeth Williams (Rosalinde) and Mark Stone (Eisenstein) © Bill Cooper
WNO's excellent revival of John Copley's 2011 staging of Die Fledermaus is a delight. 
****1
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