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Performer: Patricia Petibon

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GenevaPatricia Petibon in recital

Héloïse Gaillard; Patricia Petibon; Violaine Cochard; Ensemble Amarillis; Grand Théâtre de Genève

BerlinPatricia Petibon & Susan Manoff

© Bernard Martinez
Falla, Bacri, Fauré, Turina, Granados, Debussy, Collet
Patricia Petibon; Susan Manoff

MontrealPatricia Petibon Sings Shéhérazade

Ravel, Stravinsky, Strauss R., Makdissi-Warren
Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal; Jérémie Rhorer; Patricia Petibon; Didem Basar

ParisPatricia Petibon: Flames of Magicians

Rebel, Charpentier, Marais, Leclair, Rameau
Héloïse Gaillard; Patricia Petibon; Ensemble Amarillis

SalzburgLied Recital Petibon · Manoff

Debussy, Fauré, Obradors, Falla, Satie, Poulenc, Villa-Lobos, Gershwin
Patricia Petibon; Susan Manoff
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Opera seria goes wild: Lucio Silla at the Teatro Real

Kurt Streit (Lucio Silla) © Javier del Real | Teatro Real
The Teatro Real opened its 200th anniversary season with a revival of Claus Guth's brilliant production and a great cast, led by Kurt Streit and Silvia Tro Santafé.
****1
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Petibon shines in Olivier Py's ambitious Manon

Patricia Petibon © GTG | Carole Parodi
A Manon as sexy and unsteady as its heroine.
****1
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Alcina: A bewitching start to the Aix-en-Provence Festival

Philippe Jaroussky (Ruggiero), Patricia Petibon (Alcina) and Anthony Gregory (Oronte) © Patrick Berger
The 67th Aix Festival got off to a hot, heady start with Katie Mitchell's witty and ingenious staging of Handel's 1735 sorcery opera Alcina
****1
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Pettibon debuts as Massenet's Manon

Patricia Petibon manages to portray an absolutely charming Manon. She spans the space between innocence and worldliness and remains consistently energetic and delightful. 
***11
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Festival d’Aix-en-Provence opens with new Figaro

The 2012 Festival d’Aix-en-Provence began its four-week feast of opera and music with Mozart’s Marriage of Figaro—and could there be better a way? Nothing can beat the sublime company of Mozart, Da Ponte and Beaumarchais on a summer evening in the open-air Théâtre de l'Archevêché.
****1
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