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Performer: Matthias Pintscher

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BerlinLohengrinNew production

Wagner: Lohengrin
Matthias Pintscher; Calixto Bieito; Staatsoper Berlin; Rebecca Ringst; Ingo Krügler; Michael Bauer; Roberto Alagna

ParisBerliner Requiem

Weill, Rihm, Mitterer, Pintscher
Ensemble intercontemporain; Matthias Pintscher; Georg Nigl; Patrick Grahl; Matthias Winckhler; Valeria Kafelnikov

BerlinWozzeck

Berg: Wozzeck
Matthias Pintscher; Andrea Breth; Staatsoper Berlin; Martin Zehetgruber; Silke Willrett; Matthias Goerne; Eva-Maria Westbroek
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AmsterdamPintscher conducts Ravel

Pintscher, Ravel
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; Matthias Pintscher; Georg Nigl
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Regietheater reigns supreme in Calixto Bieito's Berlin Lohengrin

Roberto Alagna (Lohengrin) © Monika Rittershaus
Dressed in white, with an origami swan in his hand, Robert Alagna's Lohengrin is less a Grail knight than an absent-minded daydreamer.
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Violetter Schnee: Snowy apocalypse at the Staatsoper Berlin

Violetter Schnee © Monika Rittershaus

The world is sinking in "Violet Snow", as the opera by Beat Furrer, directed by Claus Guth, is given its world premiere at the Staatsoper unter den Linden. 

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Kirill Gerstein plays a superb Rach 3 in Cleveland

Mathias Pintscher © Roger Mastroianni, courtesy of The Cleveland Orchestra
With his composer’s ear for detail, Pintscher also led a colorful performance of Bartók’s The Wooden Prince.
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Pintscher leads TCO in a spectacular all-Ravel program

Matthias Pintscher © Roger Mastroianni
Jean-Yves Thibaudet was the soloist for a stylish account of Ravel’s Piano Concerto for the left hand, and the complete music for Daphnis et Chloé filled out the program.
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A highlight of The Cleveland Orchestra's season

Matthias Pintscher © Felix Broede
Cédric Tiberghien was the astonishing soloist in Saint-Saëns’s “Egyptian” Concerto, with works by Pintscher, Schoenberg and Debussy’s La Mer filling out the program.
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Pintscher's reflection on Shakespearean metamorphoses

In a study of shifting form, tonight's dedication to the bard paired Mendelssohn's incidental music to the play with another work inspired by The Metamorphoses: Matthias Pintscher's mesmerising Reflections on Narcissus.
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