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Performer: Rosa Feola

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MunichLa bohème

La bohème
Puccini: La bohème
Giampaolo Bisanti; Otto Schenk; Bavarian State Opera; Rudolf Heinrich; Atalla Ayan; Ruzan Mantashyan

ViennaL'elisir d'amore

Donizetti: L'elisir d'amore
Domingo Hindoyan; Otto Schenk; Vienna State Opera; Jürgen Rose; Rosa Feola; Atalla Ayan

BerlinLa sonnambula

La sonnambula
Bellini: La sonnambula
Stephan Zilias; Jossi Wieler; Deutsche Oper Berlin; Anna Viebrock; Alexandros Stavrakakis; Rosa Feola

MunichRigoletto

Rigoletto
Verdi: Rigoletto
Andrea Battistoni; Árpád Schilling; Bavarian State Opera; Márton Ágh; Joseph Calleja; Sir Simon Keenlyside

SalzburgMédéeNew production

Cherubini: Médée
Thomas Hengelbrock; Simon Stone; Bob Cousins; Mel Page; Elena Stikhina; Rosa Feola
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“What a commotion!” A slapstick Finta giardiniera in Zurich

La finta giardiniera © Herwig Prammer
Zurich Opera stages Tatjana Gürbaca’s production of Mozart’s La finta giardiniera. True to the opera buffa genre, it teems with silliness.
**111
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Petrenko and a luxury cast grace Il trittico in Munich

Ermonela Jaho (Suor Angelica) © Wilfired Hösl
Petrenko's Puccini is bracingly alert, filled with colour and has a romantic sweep that is utterly transporting.
*****
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Don Pasquale, or, The Revenge of the Dead Mother

Ambrogio Maestri (Don Pasquale) © Brescia & Amisano | Teatro alla Scala
Director Davide Livermore sets the story at the time of the Dolce Vita, including the motorbike from the film Roman Holiday and the roadster from The Easy Life.
****1
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Surrealist Rigoletto impresses at the Lyric

Quinn Kelsey (Rigoletto) and Matthew Polenzani (Duke of Mantua) © Todd Rosenberg
The Lyric Opera’s new production of Rigoletto evokes visually the contours and high-contrast relief of a surrealist painting. 
***11
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Thieving Magpie doesn’t quite take flight at La Scala

Alex Esposito (Fernando), Michele Pertusi (Il podestà) and Rosa Feola (Ninetta) © Marco Brescia & Rudy Amisano | Teatro alla Scala
La gazza ladra celebrates its 200th anniversary with a new production at La Scala, an earthbound effort from director Gabriele Salvatores, but it was Riccardo Chailly who drew the wrath of sections of the Milanese audience. 
***11
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