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Performer: Ted Huffman

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PhiladelphiaDenis and KatyaWorld première

Denis and Katya
Venables: Denis and Katya
Ted Huffman; Opera Philadelphia; Siena Licht Miller; Johnny Herford; Theo Hoffman; Emily Edmonds

Strasbourg4.48 Psychosis

4.48 Psychosis
Venables: 4.48 Psychosis
Richard Baker; Ted Huffman; Opéra National du Rhin; Hannah Clark; Gweneth-Ann Rand; Robyn Allegra Parton

BerlinA Midsummer Night's DreamNew production

Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream
Donald Runnicles; Ted Huffman; Deutsche Oper Berlin; Daniel Carter; Marsha Ginsberg; Annemarie Woods; Timothy Newton

PhiladelphiaMadama Butterfly

Madama Butterfly
Puccini: Madama Butterfly
Corrado Rovaris; Ted Huffman; Opera Philadelphia; Michael Levine; Annemarie Woods; Eri Nakamura; Bryan Hymel

ZürichGirl with a Pearl EarringWorld premiere

Girl with a Pearl Earring
Wirth: Girl with a Pearl Earring
Peter Rundel; Ted Huffman; Zurich Opera; Andrew Lieberman; Annemarie Woods; Lauren Snouffer; Thomas Hampson
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Venables sets free the music in Kane’s 4.48 Psychosis

Gweneth-Ann Rand © Paula Court
Venables conceived a wealth of acoustic and visual components that constantly overlap and interact.
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An intriguing Dutch National double bill

Sebastià Peris i Marco (Sam) and Turiya Haudenhuyse (Dinah) © Hans van den Bogaard
What is the link between Bernstein’s criticism of American consumerism and MacMillan's biblical tale?
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Simplicity the key to new Butterfly in Zurich

Svetlana Aksenova (Cio-Cio-San) © Toni Suter | T+T Fotografie
Apparently, the composer himself was a notorious cheater, we can assume that some of the unsavoury themes of his 1904 opera “Madame Butterfly” were close to the bone.
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Powerful and assured: 4.48 Psychosis

Susanna Hurrell, Emily Edmonds, Gweneth-Ann Jeffers and Lucy Schaufer © ROH | Stephen Cummiskey
Philip Venables' 4.48 Psychosis is the first musical adaptation of the eponymous play by Sarah Kane, which is the culmination of a three-year programme run jointly by the Royal Opera and Guildhall School of Music and Drama.

Dynamic and fun-packed Mamelles de Tirésias

Drew Santini (Husband) and Hrafnhildur Adnadóttir (Thérèse) © Hans van den Bogaard
Dutch National Opera performs Poulenc’s first opera, Les mamelles de Tirésias, as a project of the company’s talent development program... a fun occasion to witness the much lighter “voyou” side of the French composer.
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