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Performer: Tom Randle

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Todd: Migrations
Matthew Kofi Waldren; David Pountney; Welsh National Opera; Loren Elstein; April Dalton; Zoe Spurr; Orchestra of Welsh National Opera

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Todd: Migrations
Matthew Kofi Waldren; David Pountney; Welsh National Opera; Loren Elstein; April Dalton; Zoe Spurr; Orchestra of Welsh National Opera

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Todd: Migrations
Matthew Kofi Waldren; David Pountney; Welsh National Opera; Loren Elstein; April Dalton; Zoe Spurr; Orchestra of Welsh National Opera
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Wuorinen: Brokeback Mountain
Titus Engel; Ivo van Hove; Teatro Real; Jan Versweyveld; Wojciech Dziedzic; Tom Randle; Daniel Okulitch
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Welsh National Opera on tour: a musically powerful Madama Butterfly

Lindy Hume's new production works reasonably well in allowing the story to be told with sufficient emotional weight.
****1
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The Monstrous Child: Norse hell in Covent Garden

The Linbury re-opens its doors to opera with a new work whose libretto is superbly crafted by Francesca Simon, featuring a tour de force performance by Marta Fontanals-Simmons as the Norse goddess Hel.
****1
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Ridding Carmen of cliches in Auckland

A superlative performance of Carmen that was certainly among the most thrilling performances New Zealand Opera has put on in recent memory.
*****
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Bitter wine: WNO's Le Vin herbé

Frank Martin’s Le Vin herbé is as anti-Wagnerian a work as you could imagine. It is also the odd one out in Welsh National Opera’s “Love’s Poisoned Chalice” spring season.
***11
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Teatro Real: Brokeback Mountain

Annie Proulx's love story between two men in rural Wyoming sees its opera première. Strong casting and an irregular score turn Spain into the capital of the opera.
***11
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Burlesque and bats: Christopher Alden reinvents Die Fledermaus for ENO

This autumn is Strauss and Freud season in London: while the Royal Opera are showing Charles Edwards’s searingly Freudian take on Richard Strauss’s Elektra, ENO have opted for the polar opposite mood with Johann Strauss’s Die Fledermaus: Christopher Alden’s production is just as Viennese, just as laden with dreams and sexuality, but filled to the brim with gags and frivolous decadence.
****1
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