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Performer: Natalya Romaniw

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CambridgeBritten War Requiem in King's

Britten: War Requiem, Op.66
Cambridge University Symphony Orchestra; Graham Ross; Cambridge University Sinfonia; Choir of Clare College Cambridge; Chapel Choir of Selwyn College Cambridge; Cambridge Choir of Trinity College

LondonLa bohème

Natalya Romaniw (Mimì) © Robert Workman
Puccini: La bohème
Alexander Joel; Sir Jonathan Miller; English National Opera; Valentina Peleggi; Isabella Bywater; Natalya Romaniw

High WycombeThe Bartered BrideNew production

Smetana: The Bartered Bride
Jac van Steen; Paul Curran; Garsington Opera Company; Kevin Knight; Natalya Romaniw; Brenden Gunnell

LondonIl segreto di Susanna / IolantaNew production

Wolf-Ferrari, Tchaikovsky
Sian Edwards; John Wilkie; Opera Holland Park; John Andrews; takis; Clare Presland; Richard Burkhard
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A house debut to savour: Natalya Romaniw in ENO's Bohème

Natalya Romaniw (Mimì) © Robert Workman
Jonathan Miller's production of La bohème is revived by ENO and features an important house debut. 
****1
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A self-confident Beethoven 9 from Vogt and the RNS

Lars Vogt © Giorgia Bertazzi
Lars Vogt and Royal Northern Sinfonia deliver Beethoven's Symphony no. 9 with swaggering self-confidence, and heroic chorus singing.
***11
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Romaniw thrills in Scottish Opera’s epic Eugene Onegin

Natalya Romaniw (Tatyana) © James Glossop
Director Oliver Mears turns Scottish Opera’s Eugene Onegin into a memory play, with fine singing from a strong cast starring Natalya Romaniv as a thrilling Tatyana.  
****1
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Natalya Romaniw an imperious Tatyana

Natalya Romaniw (Tatyana) © Betina Skovbro
The cavernous Mayflower pit eats singers for breakfast and only Natalya Romaniw’s full-blooded Tatyana escaped its jaws unmarked
***11
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Mischief and melancholia at the Three Choirs

Natalya Romaniw © Michael Whitefoot
In a concert of two halves, Worcester Cathedral experiences unforgettable pain and pleasure in works by Strauss, Rasch and Janáček.
****1
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