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Performer: Thomas Dolié

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AmsterdamVivaldi and Conti

© Sandor Benko
Vivaldi, Conti
Orfeo Orchestra; György Vashegyi; Katalin Szutrély; Ágnes Pintér; Péter Bárány; Zoltán Megyesi

ParisCadmus et HermioneIn concert

Lully: Cadmus et Hermione
Vincent Dumestre; Adèle Charvet; Eva Zaïcik; Nicholas Scott

BudapestEarly music fesdtival - Rameau: Dardanus

Early music fesdtival -  Rameau: Dardanus
Rameau: Dardanus
György Vashegyi; Cyrille Dubois; Judith van Wanroij; Chantal Santon-Jeffery; Tassis Christoyannis

Varengeville-sur-MerThomas Dolié & Susan Manoff

Ravel, Beethoven, Mahler, Schubert
Thomas Dolié; Susan Manoff

AcreLe Nozze di Figaro

Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)
Marc Minkowski; Romain Gilbert; Thomas Dolié; Ana Maria Labin; Robert Gleadow
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Excellent Les Indes galantes at Müpa

Véronique Gens, György Vashegyi and Thomas Dolié © Attila Nagy | Müpa Budapest
A delightful performance of Rameau's opera opens the Müpa's Early Music Festival.
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Lemoyne's Phèdre: intense mythological drama at the Bouffes du Nord

Judith van Wanroij (Phèdre) © Grégory Forestier
Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne tragédie lyrique – simply staged in the compact, antique space of the Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord – made for gripping drama. 
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Hours of fun: Ravel's two one-act operas in Cologne

Tomislav Lavoie (Don Iñigo Gomez) and Katrin Wundsam (Concepción) © Paul Leclaire
Cologne Opera's staging of Ravel's two comedies needed a stronger directorial response to the performance space, but the musical rewards compensated.
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A delightful Les Indes galantes with Christophe Rousset and Les talens lyriques

Christophe Rousset and Les talens lyriques present a delightful concert performance of Rameau's five-in-one opéra-ballet Les Indes galantes.
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Opera Lafayette revives an 18th-century comic gem

Opera Lafayette has uncovered a fascinating work in their revival of Pierre-Alexandre Monsigny’s 1762 comic opera Le roi et le fermier (The King and the Farmer). The Washington, D.C.
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