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Performer: Ruxandra Donose

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MadridOrlando furioso - concert version

Orlando furioso - concert version
Vivaldi: Orlando furioso, RV 728
George Petrou; Teatro Real; Max Emanuel Cenčić; Julia Lezhneva; Ruxandra Donose; Sonja Runje

CologneNew Year's Eve Concert

Mozart, Stravinsky, Falla
WDR Symphony Orchestra; Cristian Măcelaru; Ruxandra Donose; Slava Chestiglazov; Junichiro Murakami
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Don Carlo at Grange Park Opera: gripping and powerfully sung

Brett Polegato (Rodrigo), Leonardo Capalbo (Carlo) © Robert Workman
Verdi's most political of operas brilliantly highlights the juxtaposition of personal desires and political imperatives
****1
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A finely gauged Walküre from Jurowski and the LPO

Ruxandra Donose and Stuart Skelton © Simon Jay Price
The chance to watch their finely gauged interpretation unfold on the Royal Festival Hall platform was a privilege.
****1
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Dieter Dorn’s Parsifal brings the full Monty to Monsalvat

Ruxandra Donose (Kundry) © Monika Rittershaus
Dieter Dorn’s staging robbed Wagner’s final masterwork of magic and mystery while Simon Rattle set new speed records.
***11
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Enescu’s ambitious only opera opens LPO season

Vladimir Jurowski and Paul Gay © Allex Max
The London Philharmonic’s concert performance of Enescu’s Oedipe proves an extravagant but triumphant way to launch the orchestra’s new Royal Festival Hall season.
*****
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A blazing Oedipe kicks off Bucharest’s Enescu Festival

Oedipe at the Enescu Festival © Andrei Gîndac
Vladimir Jurowski and the LPO gave a stunning performance of Enescu’s operatic masterpiece, despite a dramatically limp concert staging.
****1
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A sizzling myth of matricide

Evelyn Angela Gugolz (Klytaemnestra) and Georg Nigl (Orest) © Judith Schlosser
In the hands of director Hans Neuenfels, the Swiss première of Manfred Trojahn’s Orest was widely anticipated for its “splashes of gore and commensurate splatters of sound”.
*****
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