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Performer: Tobias Ringborg

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StockholmStravinsky, Stenhammar

Stockholms Konserthusstiftelse
Stravinsky, Stenhammar
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra; Tobias Ringborg; Alexander Toradze; Siwon Kim

StockholmSchnittke, Stravinsky, Andrée, Stenhammar

Stockholms Konserthusstiftelse
Schnittke, Stravinsky, Andrée, Stenhammar
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra; Tobias Ringborg; Alexander Toradze; Siwon Kim
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A beautiful, relevant Madama Butterfly arrives in Adelaide

Mariana Hong (Cio-Cio-San) © Soda Street Productions

The State Opera of South Australia launch a beautifully sung, dramatically performed Madama Butterfly conveying a powerfully confrontational telling of the opera.

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Amicus Orchestra brings summer sunshine to Glasgow’s West End Festival

Tobias Ringborg © Bill Kean

The Amicus Orchestra conducted by Robert Baxter with Tobias Ringborg as violin soloist brought a touch of sunshine to Glasgow’s West End Festival with popular Humperdinck, Bruch and Dvořák.

****1
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Scottish Opera’s steampunk Magic Flute returns

Julia Sitkovetsky (The Queen of the Night) © James Glossop

Sir Thomas Allen’s crowd-pleasing Magic Flute returns to Scottish Opera in a finely sung performance with Tobias Ringborg drawing period colours from the orchestra.

****1
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Talented young cast shines in New Zealand Opera's La bohème

Thomas Atkins (Rodolfo) and Marlena Devoe (Mimì) © David Rowland
It was hard not to be drawn in by the romance and tragedy as presented by such a sincere, credible and vocally talented young cast and a conductor with such strong identification with the idiom.
****1
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Opera North presents stark contrasts with Cavalleria rusticana and Trial by Jury

Giselle Allen as Santuzza © Robert Workman
Opera North's Little Greats festival continues with two deeply contrasting short operas - a grimly tragic and austere version of Macagni's Cavalleria rusticana and a frothy and hilarious production of Gilbert and Sullivan's Trial by Jury.
****1
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