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Performer: Reinhard Traub

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StuttgartPlatée

Rameau: Platée
Benjamin Bayl; Calixto Bieito; Staatsoper Stuttgart; Susanne Gschwender; Anna Eiermann; Reinhard Traub; Staatsorchester Stuttgart

StuttgartWerther

Massenet: Werther
Alejo Pérez; Felix Rothenhäusler; Staatsoper Stuttgart; Katharina Pia Schütz; Elke von Sivers; Reinhard Traub; Staatsorchester Stuttgart

HamburgTurandot

Puccini: Turandot
Francesco Ivan Ciampa; Yona Kim; Staatsoper Hamburg; Christian Schmidt; Falk Bauer; Reinhard Traub; Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg
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Season finale: a disappointing ending to Bayreuth's Götterdämmerung

Despite many perceptive details, Bayreuth's new Ring culminates in a rather damp squib of an ending.
***11
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Drunk on ambition: Siegfried takes us deeper into a forest of ideas

Will Siegfried get his girl? Will she turn out to be his sister? And has the ultimate prize already got into the wrong hands? More posers from Bayreuth's intriguing new Ring.
****1
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From birth to death: Die Walküre gets some interesting plot twists

The plot thickens as "episode two" of Bayreuth's new Ring muddies the waters of Siegfried’s paternity and Wotan comes to regret his actions.
*****
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Family saga: Bayreuth's new Rheingold presents a story of today

The Bayreuth Festival's new Ring gets off to a promising start with a tautly directed Rheingold, but will we find out what it all means?
****1
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Christian Spuck's loveable Leonce and Lena returns to Ballett Zürich

Spuck’s Leonce and Lena is a feel-good treat that lifts the spirits measurably and makes a fine case for the modern genre.
****1
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Bang to rights: a rare outing for an opera from the former GDR

Die Verurteilung des Lukullus, Paul Dessau and Bertolt Brecht's political satire about a Roman general judged for his deeds after death, has lost none of its relevance in Staatsoper Stuttgart's new production. 
****1
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