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Performer: Rebecca Bottone

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AmsterdamHandel's oratorio Judas Maccabaeus

© Piotr Kucia
Handel: Judas Maccabaeus
Jan Tomasz Adamus; Capella Cracoviensis; Rebecca Bottone; Marta Wryk; Joshua Ellicott

ZürichHaydn - Die Schöpfung

Haydn - Die Schöpfung
Haydn: The Creation (Die Schöpfung), Hob XXI:2
Orchestra La Scintilla Zurich; Riccardo Minasi; Rebecca Bottone; Mauro Peter; Morgan Pearse; La Cetra Vokalensemble

NorthamptonBrahms Requiem with Bach & Reger

Brahms, Bach, Reger
Lee Dunleavy; Northampton Bach choir; Rebecca Bottone; Gwion Thomas; Ivan Linford

LyonHaendel, La Resurrezione

Handel: La Resurrezione
Jeanine De Bique; Rebecca Bottone; Luciana Mancini; Hugo Hymas
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Weightless, spick-and-span Gluck from Classical Opera

Lena Belkina (Orfeo) and Rebecca Bottone (Amore) © Benjamin Ealovega
Classical Opera takes a break from Mozart with two short operas by Gluck.
**111
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Mesmerising Akhnaten returns to ENO

Anthony Roth Costanzo (Akhnaten) © Jane Hobson
Philip Glass' hypnotic opera returns in Phelim McDermott's outstanding production that respects the solemn, statuesque grandeur and epic ritual of the score. 
*****
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Monsters of the mind: Idomeneo at the Buxton Festival

Paul Nilon (Idomeneo) © Richard Hubert Smith
Stephen Medcalf directs a coherent staging of Mozart’s opera seria in which Idomeneo’s inner demons are to be battled. 
***11
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Samson is a great treat at the Halle Handel Festival

The female soloists © Thomas Ziegler
John Butt’s revisitation of the Handel oratorio Samson at the Halle Handel Festival displayed this treasured work in an illuminating and satisfying light.
****1
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Luminous performances lift heavy-metal Pelléas

Jurgita Adamonytė (Mélisande) and Jacques Imbrailo (Pelléas) © Clive Barda
Stellar voices and orcheatra and some inspired staging choices elevate an otherwise heavy-handed production of Pelléas et Mélisande from the WNO at the Hong Kong Arts Festival.
****1
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