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Performer: Rebecca Ringst

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MunichFidelio

Fidelio
Beethoven: Fidelio
Stefan Soltesz; Calixto Bieito; Bavarian State Opera; Rebecca Ringst; Ingo Krügler; Edwin Crossley-Mercer; Michael Kupfer-Radecky

MunichBoris Godunov

Boris Godunov
Mussorgsky: Boris Godunov
Michail Jurowski; Calixto Bieito; Bavarian State Opera; Rebecca Ringst; Ingo Krügler; Dmitry Ulyanov; Giorgi Sturua

MadridLear

Lear
Reimann: Lear
Simone Young; Calixto Bieito; Teatro Real; Rebecca Ringst; Ingo Krügler; Bo Skovhus; Angeles Blancas

BayreuthDie Meistersinger von Nürnberg

Klaus Florian Vogt (Walther) and Michael Volle (Hans Sachs) © Bayreuther Festspiele | Enrico Nawrath
Wagner: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg
Philippe Jordan; Barrie Kosky; Rebecca Ringst; Klaus Bruns; Michael Volle; Günther Groissböck

LondonAgrippinaNew production

Handel: Agrippina
Maxim Emelyanychev; Barrie Kosky; The Royal Opera; Rebecca Ringst; Klaus Bruns; Joyce DiDonato; Gianluca Buratto
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Asmik Grigorian wows as Tatyana in Komische Oper Eugene Onegin

Asmik Grigorian (Tatyana) © Ryan Buchanan

Barrie Kosky’s visually stunning and very finely sung Eugene Onegin from Komische Oper reaches Edinburgh, a triumphant showcase for soprano Asmik Grigorian.

****1
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Kosky’s Meistersinger conquers Bayreuth again

Klaus Florian Vogt (Walther) and Michael Volle (Hans Sachs) © Bayreuther Festspiele | Enrico Nawrath
Kosky’s production manages to maintain all hallmarks of a 16th-century fairy tale, while juxtaposing them with questions of deep human, political and artistic problems. Regietheater at its best.
*****
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Voltaire à la Kosky: a magical Candide at Komische Oper

Allan Clayton (Candide) © Monika Rittershaus
Serious farce, warm-hearted sarcasm, operatic Broadway: Barrie Kosky and Komische Oper turn Bernstein's problem child into a show that thrills from start to finish.
*****
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Penetrating Schreker’s kaleidoscopic score

Die Gezeichneten © Iko Freese | drama-berlin.de
Franz Schreker’s Die Gezeichneten (The Branded One) is an unsettling work given the storyline’s background of abduction and clandestine sexual abuse. Calixto Bieito, as expected, eschews ambiguity regarding what goes on behind the scenes, and casts even the titular cripple Alviano Salvago in a damning light.
****1
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A metaphor for the modern world in Zurich

Julie Fuchs (Poppea) © Monika Rittershaus
Calixto Bieito sets Monteverdi’s L’incoronazione di Poppea in a hedonist, decadent society whose citizens are defined by their egotism, ambition and sexual exploits.
****1
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