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Performer: Patrice Caurier

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Monte-CarloLe Comte Ory

Rossini: Le Comte Ory
Gianluca Capuano; Patrice Caurier; Opéra de Monte-Carlo; Christian Fenouillat; Agostino Cavalca; Maxim Mironov; Deanna Breiwick

SalzburgDon PasqualeNew production

Donizetti: Don Pasquale
Gianluca Capuano; Moshe Leiser; Christian Fenouillat; Agostino Cavalca; Peter Kálmán; Cecilia Bartoli

SalzburgDon Pasquale

Donizetti: Don Pasquale
Gianluca Capuano; Moshe Leiser; Christian Fenouillat; Agostino Cavalca; Peter Kálmán; Cecilia Bartoli
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Puns, dirty jokes and bizarre misunderstandings

Teresa Iervolino (Ernestina) and Pavel Kolgatin (Ermanno) © Studio Amati Bacciardi
A new, successful production by Leiser and Caurier supports a great cast of Rossini specialists, with Teresa Iervolino, Paolo Bordogna and Davide Luciano in the lead roles.
****1
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Camels and comic capers in Algiers: Italiana in Salzburg

José Coca Loza (Haly), Cecilia Bartoli (Isabella) and Alessandro Corbelli (Taddeo) © Monika Rittershaus
Cecilia Bartoli is joined by frequent collaborators Moshe Leiser and Patrice Caurier in a fun-filled Rossini farce full of Italian sunshine. Big grins all round. 
*****
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Broken wings: Ermonela Jaho a devastating Butterfly

Ermonela Jaho (Cio-Cio San) © ROH | Bill Cooper
Ermonela Jaho sure likes to put herself (and us) through the emotional wringer on Covent Garden's stage. This time, London finally got to see her as another tragic Puccini heroine: Madama Butterfly.
****1
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Rossini’s Barber falls flat at Covent Garden

Vito Priante (Figaro) and Daniela Mack (Rosina) © ROH | Mark Douet
For the latest revival of Moshe Leiser and Patrice Caurier's candy-striped production, the Royal Opera serves up the operatic equivalent of stodgy semolina.
**111
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Angels and Demons: Giovanna d'Arco at La Scala

Verdi's take on the Joan of Arc story may be thin on drama, but outstanding playing from Riccardo Chailly and the La Scala orchestra and top notch singing from Netrebko, Meli and Álvarez make this a wonderful Verdian evening.
****1
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