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Performer: Rebecca Nelsen

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ViennaLa traviata

Verdi: La traviata
Wolfram-Maria Märtig; Hans Gratzer; Volksoper Wien; Barbara Naujok; Anja-Nina Bahrmann; Rebecca Nelsen

ViennaDas Gespenst von CantervilleNew production

Lange: Das Gespenst von Canterville (The Canterville Ghost)
Gerrit Prießnitz; Philipp M. Krenn; Volksoper Wien; Walter Schütze; Morten Frank Larsen; Martin Winkler

ViennaRigoletto

Verdi: Rigoletto
Alexander Joel; Stephen Langridge; Volksoper Wien; Richard Hudson; Boris Statsenko; Rebecca Nelsen

ParisPhilharmonia Orchestra / Esa-Pekka Salonen / Rebecca Nelsen

Berg, Mahler
Philharmonia Orchestra; Esa-Pekka Salonen; Rebecca Nelsen

ViennaDie lustige Witwe

Lehár: Die lustige Witwe (The Merry Widow)
Alexander Joel; Marco Arturo Marelli; Volksoper Wien; Dagmar Niefind-Marelli; Kurt Schreibmayer; Alexandre Beuchat
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Brigadoon charms in Austrian premiere at the Volksoper

Brigadoon © Barbara Palffy | Volksoper Wien
Movement was so effectively utilised in this production, with elements of ballet, modern and Scottish folk melded in true Agnes de Mille fashion.
****1
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Stirring conclusion to the Philharmonia’s sojourn in Weimar-era Berlin

Esa-Pekka Salonen © Clive Barda

The Philharmonia Orchestra’s Weimar Berlin series came to an end with a fascinating programme of the familiar and unfamiliar.

****1
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McVicar's Entführung starts its Glyndeboune tour

David McVicar's production is visually stylish, superbly acted and the attention to detail is pervasive. Show-stealing acting from Franck Saurel's Selim and a fine Osmin from Clive Bayley help make this a memorable evening's opera.
****1
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A colourful, fantastical Entführung

The cast performs on flying, technicolor sofas in this colorful rendition of Mozart's Die Entführung aus dem Serail. In an unusual revision of the text, we are guided through the opera by a narrator and backdrop artist.
****1
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After over 70 years apart, Beethoven’s Fidelio is reunited with the Volksoper

Jaquino dons the coat of the ousted Pizarro in this Volksoper production of Fidelio, clearly indicating that just as one evil head has been (literally) cut off, another is growing in its place… 
***11
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