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Performer: Hamburg Philharmonic

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HamburgLa Belle Hélène

Offenbach: La Belle Hélène
Nathan Brock; Renaud Doucet; Hamburg State Opera; André Barbe; Kate Aldrich; Ziad Nehme

HamburgDon Carlos

Verdi: Don Carlo(s)
Pier Giorgio Morandi; Peter Konwitschny; Hamburg State Opera; Johannes Leiacker; Gábor Bretz; Pavel Černoch


Strauss R.: Daphne
Christof Prick; Christof Loy; Hamburg State Opera; Annette Kurz; Ursula Renzenbrink; Christiane Karg; Renate Spingler

HamburgEugene Onegin

Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin
Nathan Brock; Adolf Dresen; Hamburg State Opera; Karl-Ernst Herrmann; Margit Bárdy; Ruzan Mantashyan; Nadezhda Karyazina

HamburgMoskau, TscherjomuschkiNew production

Shostakovich: Moscow, Cheryomushki (Cherrytown)
Rupert Burleigh; Vera Nemirova; Hamburg State Opera; Dimana Lateva; Sungho Kim; Ang Du
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Women in the driving seat at the Elbphilharmonie

Alondra de la Parra © Erika Mayer
Alondra de la Parra and Camille Thomas, together with the Hamburg Philharmonic, refute suggestions that there could be a gender gap in the world of music-making.
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Hamburg's Die Tote Stadt: excellent singing but muddled staging

Klaus Florian Vogt (Paul) © Bernd Uhlig (2015)
Hamburg's revival of a 2015 production is a musical success, but the director's concepts are sometimes too dense to tell a straightforward story.
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Christof Loy’s Alcina still bewitches in Hamburg

Agneta Eichenholz (Alcina), Narea Son (Oberto) and Franco Fagioli (Ruggiero) © Hans Jörg Michel
The 2002 production of Handel’s masterpiece is revived with a solid cast under the baton of Riccardo Minasi.
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Are they all like that? Staatsoper Hamburg's new Così

Maria Bengtsson Fiordiligi) and Ida Aldrian (Dorabella) © Jörn Kipping
Hamburg State Opera launches its new season with a visually overpowering but musically satisfying Così fan tutte.
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Hamburg Bohème a feast for voyeurs

La bohème © Bernd Uhlig
Johannes Laiacker’s inspired set designs were a perfect example of how a modern setting can avoid being gratuitously iconoclastic.
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