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Performer: Siobhan Stagg

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ZurichEliogabaloNew production

Cavalli: Eliogabalo
Dmitry Sinkovsky; Calixto Bieito; Zurich Opera; Anna-Sofia Kirsch; Ingo Krügler; Franck Evin; Orchestra La Scintilla Zurich

ViennaWiener Symphoniker: Das Buch mit sieben Siegeln

Schmidt: The Book of Seven Seals, oratorio for soloists, choir and orchestra
Vienna Symphony Orchestra; Ingo Metzmacher; Christian Elsner; Stephen Milling; Siobhan Stagg; Dorottya Láng

BerlinSiobhan Stagg / Timothy Young

Duparc, Debussy, Messiaen
Siobhan Stagg; Timothy Young
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Schumann: Das Paradies und die Peri, for soloists choir and orchestra
Gürzenich Orchestra; Florian Helgath; Siobhan Stagg; Claudia Mahnke; Maximilian Schmitt; Florian Boesch
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Brilliant leads make for a moving Traviata at Northern Ireland Opera

Cameron Menzies sets Verdi's timeless opera in a timeless world, with a mixture of styles indicating that all is not as it seems.
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World-class from Down Under: Australian World Orchestra at the Proms

Zubin Mehta, Siobhan Stagg and the players of the AWO were on top of their game in works by Webern, Debussy and Brahms, where the connections were as potent as the contrasts.
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Rattle and the LSO demonstrate unity in diversity

True to himself, Sir Simon Rattle and the LSO offered a mouth-watering programme of contrasts. The first half pointing clearly to the modern world worked better than the backward glance at a great Romantic symphony.
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A mad king and an angelic voice: Karabits and the LSO

Jump-ins are always risky: Kirill Karabits took over this LSO programme from Sir Simon Rattle. Though he left his mark with Debussy and Berlioz, his credentials in Mahler were open to question.
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Nézet-Séguin and the COE bring Beethoven to Baden-Baden

The elegance of the First Symphony served as a perfect curtain raiser for the mammoth, exultant Ninth.
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Castellucci’s makeover of Mozart’s Requiem at the Adelaide Festival

A work designed to be performed in church has become a dramatic music theatre event that captured and held me enthralled throughout in a meditation on both death and life.

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