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Performer: Sir Jonathan Miller

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Verdi: Falstaff
Carlo Rizzi; Sir Jonathan Miller; New National Theatre; Isabella Bywater; Roberto de Candia; Eva Mei; Mattia Olivieri

New York CityPelléas et Mélisande

Debussy: Pelléas et Mélisande
Yannick Nézet-Séguin; Sir Jonathan Miller; Metropolitan Opera; TBC; John Conklin; Clare Mitchell; Isabel Leonard

LondonLa bohème

Natalya Romaniw (Mimì) © Robert Workman
Puccini: La bohème
Alexander Joel; Sir Jonathan Miller; English National Opera; Valentina Peleggi; Isabella Bywater; Natalya Romaniw
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A house debut to savour: Natalya Romaniw in ENO's Bohème

Natalya Romaniw (Mimì) © Robert Workman
Jonathan Miller's production of La bohème is revived by ENO and features an important house debut. 
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A razor sharp Barber of Seville revived at ENO

Morgan Pearse (Figaro) © Robbie Jack
The latest revival of Jonathan Miller's The Barber of Seville has everything you could want; strong direction, a strong orchestral performance, and a cast that's universally strong. No close shaves there!
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Miller's Rigoletto makes a flawed return to ENO

Nicholas Pallesen (Rigoletto) and Nicholas Folwell (Monterone) © Alastair Muir
Jonathan Miller's production remains a work of brilliance, but poor conducting amongst other things keeps this revival from getting off the ground.
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Falstaff in Tokyo with a strong international cast

George Gagnidze (Falstaff) © New National Theatre, Tokyo
Jonathan Miller may not be directing new productions of operas any more, but his productions are still being revived in many countries; in Tokyo’s New National Theatre, his Falstaff has just been revived.
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A spirited Mikado revival at ENO

Mary Bevan (Yum-Yum) and Anthony Gregory (Nanki-Poo) © ENO | Tristram Kenton
Miller eschews the oriental side of the tale, seeing The Mikado as a play on daft British eccentricity. 
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