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Performer: Michael Volle

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RotterdamDas Rheingold - in concert

Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra
Wagner: Das Rheingold
Yannick Nézet-Séguin; Michael Volle; Gerhard Siegel; Samuel Youn; Thomas Ebenstein

BerlinLes Vêpres siciliennes

Verdi: Les Vêpres siciliennes (I vespri siciliani)
Enrique Mazzola; Olivier Py; Deutsche Oper Berlin; Pierre-André Weitz; Bertrand Killy; Jörg Königsdorf

DresdenTannhäuser

Wagner: Tannhäuser
Marc Albrecht; Peter Konwitschny; Semperoper Dresden; Hartmut Meyer; Ines Hertel; Friedewalt Degen; Malin Byström
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Stodgy staging mars rare Met Meistersinger revival

A cast comprised of the world’s leading Wagnerians, under the baton of Sir Antonio Pappano, deserve better than Otto Schenk’s outdated and cartoonish production. 
***11
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Michael Volle leads the musical potpourri in Hamburg

The Martha Argerich Festival minus Martha Argerich on this occasion, but ending with a Russian pièce de résistance.  
***11
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Hearts of gold: a gritty La fanciulla at Staatsoper Berlin

A superb musical foundation under Antonio Pappano forms the basis for a satisfying new Fanciulla del West at the Staatoper in Berlin. 
****1
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Technology to the rescue in Zurich's new staging of Boris Godunov

The Zurich Opernhaus tackles the pandemic with an innovative strategy: instead of reducing the size of orchestra and chorus (as many other European opera houses) it removes them from the theatre altogether. 

Rotterdam Philharmonic presents a fabulous Frau ohne Schatten

Orchestra and singers reached great heights in this highly lyrical and dramatically flowing Frau ohne Schatten conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin.
*****
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Why, why, why Dalila? More disappointment at Unter den Linden

Daniel Barenboim conducts an underwhelming cast in the Staatsoper's new Samson et Dalila, and Argentinian director Damián Szifron's operatic debut is stale and cliché-ridden. 
**111
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