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Performer: Salome Jicia

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BergamoL'ange de Nisida

Donizetti: L'ange de Nisida
Jean-Luc Tingaud; Francesco Micheli; Angelo Sala; Margherita Baldoni; Salome Jicia; Francesco Demuro

AmsterdamMichele Mariotti conducts Rossini'a opera Semiramide

© Pio Luce
Rossini: Semiramide
Michele Mariotti; Salome Jicia; Varduhi Abrahamyan; Dmitry Korchak; Mirco Palazzi

MunichGuillaume Tell

Guillaume Tell
Rossini: Guillaume Tell (William Tell)
Antonino Fogliani; Antú Romero Nunes; Bavarian State Opera; Florian Lösche; Annabelle Witt; Gerald Finley; Salome Jicia

RomeDon GiovanniNew production

Mozart: Don Giovanni
Jérémie Rhorer; Graham Vick; Teatro dell'Opera di Roma; Samal Blak; Anna Bonomelli; Alessio Arduini; Vito Priante

BrusselsGiovanna d'Arco (Joan of Arc)

Verdi: Giovanna d'Arco (Joan of Arc)
Giuliano Carella; De Munt | La Monnaie; Iván Ayón Rivas; Dimitri Platanias; Salome Jicia; Carlo Cigni
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The Queen is back: Semiramide in Pesaro

Salome Jicia (Semiramide) © Studio Amati Bacciardi
Michele Mariotti triumphs in Rossini’s masterpiece with a good cast led by Salome Jicia and a new production, only partially successful.
****1
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Duplicity and deceit as Così returns to The Royal Opera

Serena Malfi (Dorabella) © ROH | Stephen Cummiskey
Everyone is in the know in Jan Philipp Gloger's “School for Lovers”, receiving its first revival at Covent Garden. 
****1
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Svoboda’s “Traviata of the Mirrors” returns to Macerata

Salome Jicia (Violetta Valéry) © Alfredo Tabocchini
Svoboda’s mirrors continue to provoke interesting considerations. Titled above the stage, they project a birds-eye-view of the action to the audience, making voyeurs of us all.
****1
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Political satire: Torvaldo e Dorliska at the ROF

Nicola Alaimo (Duke) and Salome Jicia (Dorliska) © Amati Bacciardi
Mario Martone's 2006 production captures both the aesthetic and the spirit of the age.
****1
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Spyres and Crowe take the vocal honours at Covent Garden's Mitridate

Michael Spyres (Mitridate) © ROH | Bill Cooper
A strange evening: superb Mozart playing from Rousset, plenty of fine singing, staging and costumes that one certainly isn’t going to forget. But what’s the point of it all?