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Performer: Tomáš Hanus

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MunichDie verkaufte BrautNew production

Die verkaufte Braut
Smetana: The Bartered Bride
Tomáš Hanus; David Bösch; Bavarian State Opera; Patrick Bannwart; Falko Herold; Anna El-Khashem; Helena Zubanovich

ManchesterThe Hallé - Shostakovich's First Symphony

© WNO
Dvořák, Beethoven, Shostakovich
The Hallé; Tomáš Hanus

MunichDie verkaufte Braut

Die verkaufte Braut
Smetana: The Bartered Bride
Tomáš Hanus; David Bösch; Bavarian State Opera; Patrick Bannwart; Falko Herold; Anna El-Khashem; Helena Zubanovich

CardiffWar and PeaceNew production

Prokofiev: War and Peace
Tomáš Hanus; David Pountney; Welsh National Opera; Robert Innes Hopkins; Marie-Jeanne Lecca; Jonathan McGovern; Lauren Michelle

CardiffLa Cenerentola

Rossini: La Cenerentola (Cinderella)
Tomáš Hanus; Joan Font; Welsh National Opera; Joan Guillén; Matteo Macchioni; Giorgio Caoduro
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An arresting From the House of the Dead

Alan Oke (Skuratov) © Clive Barda
David Pountney's House of the Dead makes for high entertainment at Welsh National Opera.
****1
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Stark and spellbinding: Mussorgsky's Khovanshchina

Robert Hayward (Khovansky) © Clive Barda
Welsh National Opera’s new season commemorating the centenary of the 1917 Revolution with three Russian-themed works opens with both a bang and a whimper with this trenchant revival.
*****
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Stunning revival of Jenůfa in Munich

Hanna Schwarz (Buryjovka) and Karita Mattila (Kostelnička) © Wilfried Hösl (March 2017)
Munich revived a thoughtful modern production of Janáček's Jenůfa, with fine orchestral direction and strong singing doing full justice to the rich score.
****1
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WNO's jolly good romp in Birmingham

Mary Elizabeth Williams (Rosalinde) and Mark Stone (Eisenstein) © Bill Cooper
WNO's excellent revival of John Copley's 2011 staging of Die Fledermaus is a delight. 
****1
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Sumptuous performances from WNO in Der Rosenkavalier

Louise Alder (Sophie Von Faninal) and Lucia Cervoni (Octavian) © Bill Cooper
Gloriously sung and stylishly played, this Rosenkavalier is a feast for the ears and eyes and should be heard without delay. 
****1
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