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Performer: Simon O'Neill

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ParisWagner Recital

© Sonja Werner
Wagner
Orchestre national d'Île-de-France; Case Scaglione; Simon O'Neill; Michelle DeYoung

TokyoTokyo Symphony Special Concert

Tokyo Symphony Orchestra; Jonathan Nott; Louise Alder; Stefanie Irányi; Simon O'Neill; Shenyang

ManchesterThe Hallé - Beethoven’s Valiant Heroine

© B Ealovega
Beethoven
The Hallé; Sir Mark Elder; Ben Gernon; Simon O'Neill; Rachel Nicholls; Brindley Sherratt

EdinburghMahler’s Song of the Earth

Strauss R., Mahler
Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Thomas Søndergård; Jane Irwin; Simon O'Neill

GlasgowMahler’s Song of the Earth

Strauss R., Mahler
Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Thomas Søndergård; Jane Irwin; Simon O'Neill
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Michael Volle excels in a Walküre to remember in Berlin

Die Walküre © Monika Rittershaus (2011)
The Staatsoper Berlin celebrate the arrival of Michael Volle, a splendid Wotan, aided by a strong ensemble of singers and Daniel Barenboim's leadership.
*****
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A promising start to Staatsoper Berlin's Ring revival

Das Rheingold © Monika Rittershaus (2010)
Daniel Barenboim led a performance of deliberate tempo with a great ensemble of singers.  Guy Cassiers‘ production, while visually stunning at times, does little to enhance the performance.
***11
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A confidence-building exercise: the Tanglewood fellows in Die Walküre

Christine Goerke and Simon O'Neill © Hilary Scott
Andris Nelsons finishes his 2019 Tanglewood residency on a high note.
****1
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Guth's FroSch arrives at Unter den Linden

Sarah Grether (Weiße Gazelle) and Camilla Nylund (Die Kaiserin) © Hans Jörg Michel (2017)
Guth's incisive staging of Strauss and Hofmannsthal's grandest opera proves a moving and detailed experience at its transfer to the reopened Staatsoper. 
****1
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Wonderful choral singing in Edinburgh's Mahler 8

Daniel Harding © Aly Wright
A superb choral performance and some memorable solo moments bring Mahler's "Symphony of a Thousand" to life, even if the sheer energy of the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra turns frantic at times.
***11
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