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Performer: Rihab Chaieb

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AmsterdamPagliacci / Cavalleria rusticanaNew production

Pagliacci / Cavalleria rusticana
Leoncavallo, Mascagni
Sir Mark Elder; Robert Carsen; Dutch National Opera; Radu Boruzescu; Annemarie Woods; Ailyn Pérez; Brandon Jovanovich

PooleBSO: Latin Fiesta

BSO: Latin Fiesta
Márquez, Montero, Falla
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra; Carlos Miguel Prieto; Rihab Chaieb; Gabriela Montero

PortsmouthBSO: Latin Fiesta

BSO: Latin Fiesta
Márquez, Montero, Falla
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra; Carlos Miguel Prieto; Rihab Chaieb; Gabriela Montero

MontrealVienna, by Rossini and Schubert

Rossini, Schubert, Bellini
Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal; Kent Nagano; Rihab Chaieb; Dietrich Henschel

GenevaVoyage vers l'espoir

Jost: Voyage vers l'espoir
Gabriel Feltz; Kornél Mundruczó; Grand Théâtre de Genève; Monika Pormale; Kartal Karagedik; Rihab Chaieb
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Alagna shines as murky Cav and exciting Pag reappear at The Met

Roberto Alagna (Canio) in Pagliacci © Ken Howard | Metropolitan Opera
David McVicar's uninspiring Cavalleria rusticana remains problematic, but a strong Pagliacci leaves the New York audience gasping. 
****1
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El-Khoury transcends Cairns’ chilly Traviata

Joyce El-Khoury (Violetta) © Robbie Jack
Glyndebourne's second Traviata cast of the summer saw the festival field three principals worthy of any major international opera house. 
****1
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A strong Violetta carries an uninspired Traviata revival

Kristina Mkhitaryan (Violetta) © Robbie Jack
Tom Cairns' production feels empty and distracted, but Kristina Mkhitaryan was a sensational Violetta, strongly reinforced by an impressive Germont from Igor Golovatenko.
****1
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An Italian Girl full of exuberance at the Met

Ildar Abdrazakov (Mustafà) and Marianna Pizzolato (Isabella) © Ken Howard | Metropolitan Opera
A winning ensemble of singers led by James Levine makes the revival of Rossini’s early opera a success.
****1
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Sultry, fiery, coquettish: d’Oustrac’s Carmen

“The very incarnation of vice” was how one critic described Célestine Galli-Marié’s Carmen at the opera’s 1875 Opéra Comique première. That description could equally be applied to Stéphanie d’Oustrac in Glyndebourne’s revival of David McVicar’s terrific production.
****1
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