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Performer: Richard Farnes

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LeedsDas Rheingold

Wagner: Das Rheingold
Richard Farnes; Peter Mumford; Opera North; Michael Druiett; Andrew Foster-Williams; Mark Le Brocq; Wolfgang Ablinger-Sperrhacke

LeedsDie Walküre Act 1

Wagner: Die Walküre
Richard Farnes; Peter Mumford; Opera North; James Creswell; Lee Bisset; Michael Weinius

LeedsDie Walküre Act 2

Wagner: Die Walküre
Richard Farnes; Peter Mumford; Opera North; Michael Weinius; James Creswell; Robert Hayward; Lee Bisset
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Wagner's music conquers all qualms in Opera North's Parsifal

Richard Farnes returns to Opera North to conduct and Sam Brown directs a concert staging of Wagner's final opera, Parsifal
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Confounding expectations: Richard Farnes, Noa Wildschut and the RPO

How do you like your Tchaikovsky and Sibelius? Great music admits of several approaches, often challenging traditional views. Noa Wildschut's violin and the RPO under Richard Farnes show why expectations are not always met.
***11
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A walk in the park with Tosca: ENO at Crystal Palace

Natalya Romaniw, a diva to her fingertips, proves an ideal Floria Tosca in ENO's open-air performance at the South Facing Festival in Crystal Palace Bowl.
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Great Britten: Death in Venice returns to Covent Garden

Benjamin Britten's final opera hasn't been staged by The Royal Opera in over 25 years, but his setting of Thomas Mann's Death in Venice receives a great new production by Sir David McVicar. 
*****
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Goosebumps at Garsington: an outstanding, shadowy Turn of the Screw

Director Louisa Muller overcomes the problems of opening a ghost story in natural daylight to deliver plenty of operatic chills. 
*****
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A Falstaff to relish at the Met

A welcome revival at the Met of Robert Carsen's witty production of Verdi's final opera. 
*****
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