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Performer: Sean Panikkar

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Aix-en-ProvenceGrandeur et décadence de la ville de Mahagonny

Weill: Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny
Esa-Pekka Salonen; Ivo van Hove; An D'Huys; Karita Mattila; Alan Oke; Sir Willard White

AmsterdamAufstieg und Fall der Stadt MahagonnyNew production

Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny
Weill: Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny
Markus Stenz; Ivo van Hove; Dutch National Opera; Jan Versweyveld; An D'Huys; Doris Soffel; Alan Oke

LondonCarmen

Bizet: Carmen
Valentina Peleggi; Calixto Bieito; English National Opera; Alfons Flores; Mercè Paloma; Justina Gringytė; Sean Panikkar

HamburgSaint François d'Assise

Messiaen: Saint François d'Assise
Kent Nagano; Hamburg State Opera; Johannes Martin Kränzle; Anna Prohaska; Sean Panikkar; Kartal Karagedik
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Lyric Opera of Kansas City's The Pearl Fishers

Leila (Maeve Höglund) begs Zurga (John Moore) to spare her lover’s life © Elise Bakketun
Andrew Sinclair and Zandra Rhodes' hugely colourful and affecting “Pearl Fishers” for Kansas City Lyric Opera
*****
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Strange and stirring Satyagraha at LA Opera

Sean Panikkar (Gandhi) © Cory Weaver
After appearances in London and New York, Phelim McDermott's bold and imaginative production of Philip Glass’ Satyagraha arrives in Los Angeles.
****1
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An awkwardly staged Guillaume Tell at the Met

Janai Brugger (Jemmy) and Gerald Finley (Guillaume Tell) © Marty Sohl | Metropolitan Opera
Fabio Luisi conducts a solidly cast Guillaume Tell with panache, Rossini's final opera returning to the Metropolitan Opera after a long absence. 
***11
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Broadway meets Opera: Lost in the Stars

Eric Owens (Stephen Kumalo) and Wynn Harmon (James Jarvis) © Karli Cadel
Emotionally-engaged performance of Weill's Apartheid Opera. 
*****
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Stunning Met production of The Death of Klinghoffer

David Robertson carried the Met Orchestra through one of the most brilliantly-conducted performances I’ve witnessed, though the music itself was not always impressive. 
****1
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