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Work: 3 Chansons de Bilitis

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ComposerDebussy, Claude (1862-1918)
Period20th century
Work typeInstrumental
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LondonNatalie Clein – Les Etoiles

© Neda Navaee
Schumann, Bosmans, Berlioz, Viardot-García, Debussy, Weir, Brahms
Natalie Clein; Julius Drake; Ruby Hughes

Baden-BadenFazil Say & Marianne Crebassa

Say, Debussy, Schumann, Mozart
Marianne Crebassa; Fazıl Say; Minetti Quartet
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Sarah Connolly brings the best of British to Tuscany

Dame Sarah Connolly © Jan Capinski
Dame Sarah Connolly and Julius Drake savour the al fresco surrounds of the Villa Foce to produce a delightful evening of eclectic music in four languages. Delizioso!
***11
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Antonacci triumphs in La Voix humaine

Anna Caterina Antonacci (Elle) © Cory Weaver | San Francisco Opera
Antonacci's voice shines even in the art songs that pad out the evening, but it's Poulenc's one-act opera that gives San Francisco Opera Lab's current offering dramatic weight (and makes it worth seeing).
****1
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Magdalena Kožená and Mitsuko Uchida – an aptly named “Solistenabend” at the Staatsoper

© Wiener Staatsoper / Michael Pöhn
In their recital together Wednesday night at the Wiener Staatsoper, mezzo Magdalena Kožená and star pianist Mitsuko Uchida reminded their audiences that they are wonderfully capable musicians capable of great color, finesse and technical prowess. 
***11
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Anna Caterina Antonacci riveting in La voix humaine

Anna Caterina Antonacci's rare appearance in New York was another rewarding occasion to savor, with a recital of French songs followed by an unforgettable performance of Poulenc's La voix humaine.
****1
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Kathleen Ferrier Award Winner Kitty Whately in Leeds

On Sunday afternoon the most recent recipient of the prestigious Kathleen Ferrier Award, Kitty Whately, was welcomed to the Clothworkers’ Hall by Leeds Lieder, an organisation founded in the hope of introducing art song to a new audience.
*****
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