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Performer: Paule Constable

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ViennaAriodante

Handel: Ariodante
Christophe Rousset; Sir David McVicar; Vienna State Opera; Vicki Mortimer; Stephanie Houtzeel; Chen Reiss

New York CityLe nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)

Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)
Antonello Manacorda; Sir Richard Eyre; Metropolitan Opera; Rob Howell; Adam Plachetka; Susanna Phillips

New York CityLe nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)

Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)
Cornelius Meister; Sir Richard Eyre; Metropolitan Opera; Rob Howell; Mariusz Kwiecień; Anita Hartig

New York CityAgrippinaNew production

Handel: Agrippina
Harry Bicket; Sir David McVicar; Metropolitan Opera; John Macfarlane; Joyce DiDonato; Brenda Rae

New York CityCosì fan tutte

Mozart: Così fan tutte
Harry Bicket; Phelim McDermott; Metropolitan Opera; Tom Pye; Laura Hopkins; Nicole Car; Jennifer Check
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Romeo + Juliet another palpable hit for Sir Matthew Bourne

Cordelia Braithwaite (Juliet) and Paris Fitzpatrick (Romeo) © Johan Persson
A commitment to youth brings another palpable hit to the New Adventures' repertoire. 
*****
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How to stage magic: Glyndebourne's Rusalka

Sally Matthews (Rusalka) © Tristram Kenton
A welcome return to the Glyndebourne Festival for Melly Still's staging, which brings out the full emotional range of Dvořák’s fairytale of denial, heartbreak and forgiveness.
****1
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Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake takes flight once again

Matthew Ball (Swan) and Liam Mower (Prince) © Johan Persson
Bourne's radical reworking of Swan Lake returns to Sadler's Wells, 23 years after its premiere. 
*****
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Carry on Cleo: Joélle Harvey triumphs at Glyndebourne

Sarah Connolly (Giulio Cesare) and Joélle Harvey (Cleopatra) © Bill Cooper
Interviewed at the time of this production's first outing, McVicar declared that “Entertainment is not a dirty word”. His Giulio Cesare remains a hugely entertaining opera production.
****1
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Wozzeck in Geneva: grit and light

Mark Stone (Wozzeck) © GTG | Carole Parodi
A strong, compelling staging – coherent in aesthetic and philosophy, if a little restrained in performance. 
****1
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