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Performer: Tobias Kehrer

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MadridDon Giovanni

Don Giovanni
Mozart: Don Giovanni
Ivor Bolton; Claus Guth; Teatro Real; Christian Schmidt; Christopher Maltman; Adrian Eröd

MadridSinfónico 20

Sinfónico 20
Schmidt: The Book of Seven Seals, oratorio for soloists, choir and orchestra
Orquesta Nacional de España; Fabio Luisi; Herbert Lippert; Tobias Kehrer; Daniel Oyarzabal; Coro Nacional de España
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A defiant Deutsche Oper's reduced open-air Rheingold

Padraic Rowan (Donner/Froh), Tobias Kehrer (Fafner), A. Schlicht (Fricka), Flurina Stucki (Freia) © Bernd Uhlig
Deutsche Oper Berlin returns in rousing style with a pared-down, open-air Rheingold on its “Parkdeck”.
****1
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Ariadne in Milan: the director cannot find the thread

Ariadne auf Naxos © Brescia/Amisano | Teatro alla Scala
Frederic Wake-Walker sticks to a vapid pop-parody that demeans the intellectual message of Strauss' Ariadne auf Naxos.
***11
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Mixed Evening at Deutsche Oper Berlin's new Les Contes d'Hoffmann

Alex Esposito © Bettina Stöß
Deutsche Oper Berlin staged an ambitious production by Laurence Pelly with mixed results. The performance included new discoveries and young singers brought fresh energy to the evening.
***11
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Wozzeck goes Norwegian at the Deutsche Oper

Elena Zhidkova (Marie) and Johan Reuter (Wozzeck) © Marcus Lieberenz
The passion of Alban Berg's music under Donald Runnicles fights against a disjointed production by Ole Anders Tandberg.
***11
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Journey to nowhere: Il viaggio a Reims at the Deutsche Oper

Il viaggio a Reims © Thomas Aurin
The Deutsche Oper's production of Rossini's sparkling occasion piece is big on gags but short on stardust.
***11
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Catherine Naglestad's splendid Salome at Deutsche Oper Berlin

Catherine Naglestad (Salome) © Monika Rittershaus
Deutsche Oper Berlin's Salome was a mixed blessing: a magnificent Catherine Naglestad as the heroine, with good ensemble of singers and orchestra, but a thoughtful but far-fetched psychological interpretation.
***11
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