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Performer: Robert Carsen

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MadridEl ocaso de los dioses

Wagner: Götterdämmerung
Pablo Heras-Casado; Robert Carsen; Teatro Real; Patrick Kinmonth; Manfred Voss


Strauss R.: Arabella
Markus Poschner; Robert Carsen; Zurich Opera; Gideon Davey; Peter van Praet; Ian Burton


Handel: Alcina
Thomas Hengelbrock; Robert Carsen; Opéra national de Paris; Iñaki Encina Oyón; Tobias Hoheisel; Jean Kalman
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BrnoOsud (Fate)

Janáček: Osud (Fate)
Marko Ivanović; Robert Carsen; National Theatre Brno; Radu Boruzescu; Annemarie Woods; Peter van Praet
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Lend me your ears: Battistelli's Julius Caesar charms Rome

The Teatro dell'Opera opens its season with the world premiere of Giorgio Battistelli and Ian Burton's new Shakespearean work, under the baton of Daniele Gatti and the direction of Robert Carsen.
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Floria Tosca plays the diva in Robert Carsen's Zurich staging

The Opernhaus Zürich revives Robert Carsen’s 1990 production, with a strong cast led by Sonya Yoncheva and Joseph Calleja.

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Pre-Baroque rarity for a grand season opening at Theater an der Wien

A superlative cast led by Annett Fritsch and Cyril Auvity dazzle in Emilio de’ Cavalieri’s “musical drama” in a brilliant production by Robert Carsen. 

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A true Trionfo in Salzburg

A new, insightful production by Robert Carsen gives life to Handel’s early oratorio at the Salzburg Whitsun Festival, with a magnificent cast led by Cecilia Bartoli.
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Camilla Nylund makes impressive Met debut in Rosenkavalier revival

The Met revives Robert Carsen's updated production of Der Rosenkavalier with a strong cast led by Camilla Nylund.  Sir Simon Rattle led the Met Orchestra in an inspired and detailed reading of the score.
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Beware Posa! A black, bleak Don Carlo opens season at La Fenice

Maestro Myung-Whun Chung leads an almost all-Italian cast in an impressive performance of Verdi’s most ambiguous masterpiece.
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