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Performer: Serena Farnocchia

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ZürichIl viaggio a Reims

© Monika Rittershaus
Rossini: Il viaggio a Reims
Riccardo Minasi; Christoph Marthaler; Zurich Opera; Anna Viebrock; Serena Farnocchia; Aleksandra Olczyk

GenevaLa clemenza di Tito

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Mozart: La clemenza di Tito
Maxim Emelyanychev; Milo Rau; Grand Théâtre de Genève; Anton Lukas; Ottavia Castellotti; Marie Lys; Serena Farnocchia
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RomeLa bohème

Puccini: La bohème
Paolo Arrivabeni; Davide Livermore; Teatro dell'Opera di Roma; Abdellah Lasri; Serena Farnocchia
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David Alden's new Maria Stuarda disappoints in Zurich

Diana Damrau (Maria Stuarda) and Serena Farnocchia (Elisabetta) © Monika Rittershaus
Gaetano Donizetti’s Maria Stuarda is perhaps most famous for a single and highly emotional scene in which two monarchs engage in a venomous confrontation. One is doomed to die. 
***11
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Verdi's Requiem given an operatic take in Sydney

© Renato Palumbo
A vividly dramatic take on Verdi's Requiem by Opera Australia allows chorus and orchestra to shine under Renato Palumbo, and reminds us why the work has been called “opera in church clothing”.
****1
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Fascinating Manon Lescaut in Auckland

Serena Farnocchia © Andrea Luisi
Puccini’s score has many thrilling moments, here taken up by a fascinating if uneven cast of singers.
****1
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Idomeneo takes Budapest by storm

A neglected work in Hungary, Idomeneo receives an intense performance under the baton of György Vashegyi.
****1
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Tics and tricks à la Marthaler

Theatre director Christoph Marthaler is renowned – if notorious – for his “off the wall” productions and adherence to bad boy antics. This Viaggio was no exception.
***11
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Jonathan Kent’s Don Giovanni returns to Glyndebourne

Jonathan Kent claims one of the great difficulties of Mozart-Da Ponte’s 1787 dramma giocoso is ‘the collision of an extraordinary variety of music and mood within it’
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