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Performer: Michael Fabiano

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Santa FeCarmen

Bizet: Carmen
Harry Bicket; Mariame Clément; Santa Fe Opera; Julia Hansen; Duane Schuler; Sylvia D'Eramo; Isabel Leonard

New York CityTosca

Puccini: Tosca
Carlo Rizzi; Sir David McVicar; Metropolitan Opera; John Macfarlane; David Finn; The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra

ViennaTosca

Puccini: Tosca
Marco Armiliato; Margarethe Wallmann; Vienna State Opera; Nicola Benois; Orchestra of the Vienna State Opera; Concert Association Vienna State Opera Chorus
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A portrait of what might have been: Eugene Onegin at San Carlo

Barrie Kosky's well-travelled staging reaches Naples with fine performances from orchestra, chorus and singers mixed with some questionable musical and directorial decisions.
****1
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Puccini's La rondine is back in her nest in Naples

One of Puccini's less renowned works returns to the Teatro San Carlo after over thirty years away.
****1
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Strong singing as The Met revives Massenet’s Manon

Laurent Pelly’s darkly stylish production of Manon is revived with a strong cast of singers. In the title role, Lisette Oropesa demonstrated elegant and incisive singing, while Michael Fabiano was her virile and powerful partner.
***11
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Polished but cool: Rigoletto at Staatsoper Berlin

Nadine Sierra's Gilda is the highlight of Michael Sher's polished production, which doesn't quite tug at the heartstrings.
***11
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Faust finds salvation thanks to jump-in soprano

A devilishly fun performance of Gounod's take on Goethe, saved when Mandy Fredrich flew in at short notice to take over the role of Marguerite. 
****1
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Intense role debut from Michael Fabiano as Werther in Sydney

The real triumph of Michael Fabiano's role debut as Werther lay in controlling the bold intensity of his voice in favour of a sweet and lower-key level of passion – a match for Massenet's frequent choice of the cello.
****1
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