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Performer: Paul Brown

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VilniusIdomeneo

Idomeneo
Mozart: Idomeneo, rè di Creta
Modestas Barkauskas; Graham Vick; Lithuanian Opera Company; Paul Brown; Paul Nilon; TBC

BerlinTristan und Isolde

Tristan und Isolde
Wagner: Tristan und Isolde
Donald Runnicles; Graham Vick; Deutsche Oper Berlin; Paul Brown; Nina Stemme; Stephen Gould

ZürichOtello

Otello
Verdi: Otello
Daniele Rustioni; Graham Vick; Zurich Opera; Paul Brown; Jürgen Hoffmann; Janko Kastelic; Kinderchor der Oper Zürich

BerlinTristan und Isolde

Tristan und Isolde
Wagner: Tristan und Isolde
Donald Runnicles; Graham Vick; Deutsche Oper Berlin; Paul Brown; Iréne Theorin; Stephen Gould

LondonTosca

Puccini: Tosca
Sir Antonio Pappano; Jonathan Kent; The Royal Opera; Paul Brown; Anna Netrebko; Brian Jagde
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“Ecco un artista!”: melodrama aplenty in ROH Tosca revival

Kristine Opolais (Tosca) and Bryn Terfel (Scarpia) © ROH | Catherine Ashmore
Red-blooded performances from the three principals at Covent Garden, even if there are vocal misfires along the way. 
***11
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Musical riches at Deutsche Oper's Tristan und Isolde

Tristan und Isolde © Bettina Stöß (2014)
Peter Seiffert can still impress as Tristan, but Graham Vick's staging is uncertain and unconvincing. 
***11
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A colourful, exuberant riot: ENO's Iolanthe

ENO Chorus © Clive Barda/ArenaPAL
Cal McCrystal goes long on the ham and keeps the gags flowing in a visually stunning production that will delight G&S lovers.
****1
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Tosca at ROH: promise as yet unfulfilled

Gerald Finley (Scarpia), Adrienne Pieczonka (Tosca) © ROH | Catherine Ashmore
The ninth revival of Jonathan Kent’s production features a great Act 1 and enjoyable Covent Garden role debuts for the three top singers, but misses the mark on the set pieces.
***11
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Spyres and Crowe take the vocal honours at Covent Garden's Mitridate

Michael Spyres (Mitridate) © ROH | Bill Cooper
A strange evening: superb Mozart playing from Rousset, plenty of fine singing, staging and costumes that one certainly isn’t going to forget. But what’s the point of it all?