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Performer: Zoran Todorovich

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Less is moor: a powerful, minimalist Otello in Düsseldorf

Jacquelyn Wagner (Desdemona), Boris Statsenko (Iago) and Zoran Todorovich (Otello) © Hans Jörg Michel
A fascinating, psychologically penetrating reading of Verdi’s penultimate opera, performed to the highest standards, promises much for the new season at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein. 
*****
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Inside the mind of the Moor with Thalheimer's Otello in Antwerp

Corinne Winters (Desdemona) and Ian Storey (Otello) © Annemie Augustijns
The unclear ideas and the excessive blackness in Thalheimer’s concept failed to convince, but Stoyanov and Joel’s presentation of Verdi’s score made up for those problems.
**111
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Ice dream: Puccini's Turandot re-imagined

A German-Taiwanese co-production of Puccini's final opera plays out the drama as a modern-day nightmare.
***11
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La fanciulla del West in Berlin

Puccini's La fanciulla del West gets a modern update at the Deutsche Oper Berlin.
**111
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A heart-wrenching Madama Butterfly at Dresden's Semperoper

In the early years of the 20th century Puccini was a very happy man. His most recent opera, Tosca, was proving as successful as La Bohème, and the lucky composer was being summoned to opera houses throughout Europe for its premières. In the summer of 1900 Puccini attended the première performance of Tosca in London, and soaked in the atmosphere of Europe’s largest city.
****1
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