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Performer: Oksana Lyniv

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GrazDie PassagierinNew production

Nadja Stefanoff (Marta) und Dshamilja Kaiser (Lisa) © Werner Kmetitsch
Weinberg: The Passenger
Roland Kluttig; Nadja Loschky; Oper Graz; Oksana Lyniv; Etienne Pluss; Irina Spreckelmeyer; Dshamilja Kaiser

MunichOksana Lyniv & Mendelssohn 4

Mozart, Mendelssohn
Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra; Oksana Lyniv; Jehye Lee; Tobias Reifland

BolognaOksana Lyniv conducts Schumann

Beethoven, Bruch, Schumann
Orchestra del Teatro Comunale di Bologna; Oksana Lyniv; Stefan Milenkovich

BolognaOksana Lyniv | Stefan Milenkovich

Beethoven, Bruch, Schumann
Orchestra del Teatro Comunale di Bologna; Oksana Lyniv; Stefan Milenkovich

MunichJudith

© Wilfried Hösl
Bartók
Oksana Lyniv; Katie Mitchell; Bavarian State Opera; Alex Eales; Sussie Juhlin-Wallén; Nina Stemme; John Lundgren
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Make feminism, not love: The Maid of Orleans at TAW

Lena Belkina (Johanna) © Werner Kmetitsch
It is all very easy on the eyes, although pondering what it is all supposed to mean is a recipe for a migraine.
***11
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A searing Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk in Munich

Anja Kampe (Katerina) and Anatoli Kotscherga (Boris) © Wilfried Hösl
Harry Kupfer's vivid and enlightening production came alive by soprano Anja Kampe's courageous performance and by conductor Oksana Lyniv's briliant direction.
****1
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Framed: a dream world Flying Dutchman

Albert Dohmen (The Dutchman) © Antoni Bofill
Philipp Stölzl's production of Der fliegende Holländer, which places the action within a giant frame in a library, arrives at The Liceu.
***11
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A lackluster Traviata in Munich

Both the staging and the music of the Bayerische Staatsoper's Traviata disappoint.
**111
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La clemenza: A story well told

The Bayerische Staatsoper's La clemenza di Tito features a bold staging, a talented cast of singer-actors, and a great orchestra. Time, place, and genders are all ambiguous, but none of that gets in the way of the story.
****1
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