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Performer: Orchestre de Paris

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TokyoDaniel Harding conducts the Orchestre de Paris

Berlioz, Beethoven
Orchestre de Paris; Daniel Harding; Isabelle Faust

TokyoDaniel Harding conducts the Orchestre de Paris

Beethoven, Mahler
Orchestre de Paris; Daniel Harding; Isabelle Faust

OsakaOrchestre de Paris

Berg, Mahler
Orchestre de Paris; Daniel Harding; Isabelle Faust

ParisOrchestre de Paris

Berlioz, Schumann, Brahms
Orchestre de Paris; Michael Tilson Thomas; Yuja Wang

ParisHänsel & Gretel - Humperdinck

Humperdinck, Mussorgsky
Orchestre de Paris; Eun Sun Kim; Lorenzo Mattotti
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Occult, mystical, extreme: Prokofiev’s Fiery Angel in Aix

Aušrinė Stundytė (Renata) © Pascal Victor | artcompress
With a stunningly inventive and modern-sounding score, strong acting performances and a staging full of theatrical illusion and coherent in spite of general weirdness, Aix's Fiery Angel impresses.
****1
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Blissful soprano singing: Ariadne in Aix

Rupert Charlesworth (Dancing Master), Sabine Devieilhe (Zerbinetta) and troupe © Pascal Victor / Artcompress
Lise Davidsen and Sabine Devieilhe produce soprano heaven in their contrasting vocal styles. Katie Mitchell’s staging feels disappointingly familiar.
***11
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McBurney paints a blank canvas in Aix

Paul Appleby (Tom), Hilary Summers (Mother Goose) and Chorus © Pascal Victor | Artcompress
Simon McBurney's production of The Rake's Progress for Festival d'Aix-en-Provence begins with the equivalent of a blank page – a simple white paper box onto which he pours his inspiration.
****1
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Carmen as therapy in Aix

Stéphanie d'Oustrac (Carmen) and Michael Fabiano (Don José) © Patrick Berger | artcompress
Love may well be a rebellious bird, but that's as nothing to maverick director Dmitri Tcherniakov, whose twisted staging for Festival d'Aix reimagines Bizet's opera as a radical therapy session.
**111
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From the Auvergne to St Petersburg: a travelogue

Kate Lindsey © Rosetta Greek
Canteloube's Chants d'Auvergne provide the highlight of a programme including Ravel's Daphnis et Chloé and his orchestration of Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition
***11
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