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Performer: Wallis Giunta

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LeipzigMagnificatWorld première

Bach: Magnificat
Mario Schröder; Leipziger Ballett; Christoph Gedschold; Paul Zoller; Steffi Lehmann

EdinburghBreaking the Waves

Breaking the Waves
Mazzoli: Breaking the Waves
Stuart Stratford; Tom Morris; Scottish Opera; Soutra Gilmour; Sydney Mancasola; Duncan Rock

SeattleLa Cenerentola (Cinderella)

Rossini: La Cenerentola (Cinderella)
Gary Thor Wedow; Lindy Hume; Seattle Opera; Dan Potra; Ginger Costa-Jackson; Wallis Giunta

AlresfordLe nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)New production

Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)
Richard Egarr; Martin Lloyd-Evans; The Grange Festival; Tim Reed; Toby Girling; Simona Mihai; Roberto Lorenzi
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Lunch with Lenny: Wallis Giunta in Bernstein and Friends

Wallis Giunta © Dario Acosta
Wallis Giunta and Michael Sikich serve up a delectable programme of Bernstein, Sondheim, and friends
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Humorous Das Rheingold in Leipzig

Stephan Klemm (Fasolt), James Moelenhoff Fafner), Sandra Trattnigg (Freia), Karin Lovelius Fricka) © Tom Schulze
Oper Leipzig's Das Rheingold unfolds with no set changes, giving Wagner's music plenty of opportunities to fuel the imagination.
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Cenerentola provides plenty of comedy and revels

Henry Waddington (Don Magnifico) and Quirijn de Lang (Dandini) © Alastair Muir
La Cenerentola is the final component of Opera North's fairytale season, with every voice and every character getting a chance to revel in Rossini's intricate ornamentation.
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High-concept Handel can't obscure spectacular singing

Opera Atelier’s latest production mixes traditional-specific touches the company is known for, and more high-concept inclusions. The results are mixed — but the singing is spectacular.
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A Happy Union: Tradition and Youthfulness in the Fort Worth Opera’s Marriage of Figaro

The 2012 Fort Worth Opera Festival, now nearing its conclusion, presented the last of its three performances of Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro on Friday evening. A traditional approach governed everything from the modest yet handsome sets to the conservative musical interpretation.
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