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Performer: William Thomas

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RouenA Midsummer Night's Dream

Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream
Ben Glassberg; Robert Carsen; Opéra de Rouen Normandie; Michael Levine; Peter van Praet; Orchestre de l'Opéra de Rouen Normandie

AntwerpBach: St John Passion

Bach: St John Passion, BWV245
Antwerp Symphony Orchestra; Philipp von Steinaecker; Carolyn Sampson; Ann Hallenberg; Nick Pritchard; Halvor F. Melien

ParisLa bohème

Puccini: La bohème
Lorenzo Viotti; Éric Ruf; Théâtre des Champs-Elysées; Christian Lacroix; Bertrand Couderc; Orchestre National de France
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LondonWilliam Thomas, Malcolm Martineau

Schubert, Wolf, Strauss R.
William Thomas; Malcolm Martineau
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Death haunts Glyndebourne Tour's powerful Bohème

A strong cast led by Bekhzod Davronov and Gabriella Reyes plus an intense production helps Floris Visser unusual staging of La bohème stand out from the crowd.
****1
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Chilly revival of Jonathan Miller's Bohème at ENO

A well-sung revival of Jonathan Miller's Bohème at the coliseum fails to catch fire.
***11
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Gardiner conducts L'Enfance du Christ at the Tonhalle

Under the direction of Sir John Eliot Gardiner, Zurich’s fine Tonhalle Orchestra, The Monteverdi Choir and soloists launch a sonorous holiday season with Hector Berlioz’s sacred oratorio L’Enfance du Christ.
****1
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New-minted rather than dusted down: ENO opens season with Satyagraha

Phelim McDermott's popular staging of Satyagraha, which verges on the lush and the voluptuous, is revived to open English National Opera's season.
****1
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A walk in the park with Tosca: ENO at Crystal Palace

Natalya Romaniw, a diva to her fingertips, proves an ideal Floria Tosca in ENO's open-air performance at the South Facing Festival in Crystal Palace Bowl.
****1
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The Grange Festival opens with Britten's Dream

Britten's four lovers were costumed in quasi-contemporary, even glamorous manner, stripping to their underwear for the end of Act 2... so more Love Island than Ancient Athens.
****1
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