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Performer: Pierre Audi

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AmsterdamDie Walküre

Die Walküre
Wagner: Die Walküre
Marc Albrecht; Pierre Audi; Dutch National Opera; George Tsypin; Eiko Ishioka; Michael König; Stephen Milling

MunichParsifal

Parsifal
Wagner: Parsifal
Asher Fisch; Pierre Audi; Bavarian State Opera; Georg Baselitz; Florence von Gerkan; Sir Simon Keenlyside; Johannes Martin Kränzle

ParisTosca

Tosca à l'Opéra Bastille © Svetlana Loboff / Opéra national de Paris
Puccini: Tosca
Dan Ettinger; Pierre Audi; Opéra national de Paris; Christof Hetzer; Robby Duiveman; Anja Harteros; Martina Serafin
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Airborne string players and choral wizardry in aus LICHT Part 3

aus LICHT Day 3 © Ruth & Martin Walz
In the final instalment of aus LICHT, the Helicopter String Quartet lives up to the publicity hype and choirs perform marvellous feats.
****1
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Hypnotic, diabolical and magical:

aus LICHT: Day 2 – KATHINKAs GESANG © Ruth & Martin Walz
The second day of aus LICHT is one mesmerising highlight after another, including the Netherlands Youth and Children’s Choirs in one magical and one sinister procession.
****1
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aus LICHT Part 1: Michael only takes flight in the second half

aus LICHT: Day 1 © Ruth & Martin Walz
The performers in Part 1 of aus LICHT at the Holland Festival are amazing, but the production doesn’t rev up until the Archangel Michael goes on his dizzying world tour.
***11
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Perfect symbiosis of words and music in Fin de partie

Leonardo Cortellazzi (Nagg) © Ruth Walz

György Kurtág’s long awaited opera Fin de partie gets a second run in Amsterdam after its La Scala premiere, with the same excellent cast, conductor and production team.

*****
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Beckett at La Scala: world première of Kurtág's Fin de partie

Leigh Melrose (Clov) and Frode Olsen (Hamm) © Ruth Walz | Teatro alla Scala
Never before has human impotence been so cruelly portrayed on stage.
****1
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