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Performer: Tatjana Gürbaca

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ZürichDie Zauberflöte

Die Zauberflöte
Mozart: Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute)
Sascha Goetzel; Tatjana Gürbaca; Zurich Opera; Klaus Grünberg; Silke Willrett; Mauro Peter; Olga Kulchynska

ZürichAida

Aida
Verdi: Aida
Marco Armiliato; Tatjana Gürbaca; Zurich Opera; Klaus Grünberg; Silke Willrett; Veronika Dzhioeva; Ksenia Dudnikova

NurembergManonNew production

Massenet: Manon
Guido Johannes Rumstadt; Tatjana Gürbaca; Staatstheater Nürnberg; Marc Weeger; Silke Willrett; Eleonore Marguerre; Julia Grüter

DüsseldorfSalome

Strauss R.: Salome
Aziz Shokhakimov; Tatjana Gürbaca; Deutsche Oper am Rhein; Klaus Grünberg; Silke Willrett; Agneta Eichenholz; Renée Morloc

LondonRusalkaNew production

Dvořák: Rusalka
Antony Hermus; Tatjana Gürbaca; English National Opera; Klaus Grünberg; Barbara Drosihn; Corinne Winters; David Butt Philip
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“What a commotion!” A slapstick Finta giardiniera in Zurich

La finta giardiniera © Herwig Prammer
Zurich Opera stages Tatjana Gürbaca’s production of Mozart’s La finta giardiniera. True to the opera buffa genre, it teems with silliness.
**111
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Quirky staging, superb singing: Ligeti’s Le Grand Macabre in Zurich

Jens Larsen (Astradamors) and Leigh Melrose (Nekrotzar) © Herwig Prammer
Ligeti's “anti-anti opera” opens in Zurich in a new production by Tatjana Gürbaca. 
****1
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Magical musicianship, but drab direction

Mirella Hagen (Morgana) and Rainer Trost (Oronte) © Herwig Prammer
Marlis Petersen's Alcina bloomed for a knockout “Ah! mio cor!” just in time for intermission.
***11
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Hagen: Part 1 of a “Second Generation” Ring at the Theater an der Wien

Samuel Youn (Hagen) and Martin Winkler (Alberich) © Herwig Prammer
Hagen, the first chapter in the Theater an der Wien's reimagining of The Ring, features music from Das Rhinegold and Götterdämmerung woven seamlessly together, telling the story from the perspective of Hagen, son of Nibelung dwarf, Alberich.
***11
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Trinks’ cut and paste Siegfried far from idyllic

Marcel Beekman (Mime) and Daniel Brenna (Siegfried) © Herwig Prammer
Tatjana Gürbaca’s whole scale tampering with Wagner’s Siegfried had so many flashbacks and flashforwards there should have been a warning for photosensitive members of the audience.  
**111
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