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Work: Die Fledermaus

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ComposerStrauss II, Johann (1825-1899)
PeriodRomantic
Work typeOpera / Oratorio
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ZürichDie FledermausNew production

Strauss II: Die Fledermaus
Kai Tietje; Stefan Huber; Zurich Opera; Heike Seidler; Danny Costello; Tobias Bonn

BerlinDie Fledermaus

Strauss II: Die Fledermaus
Daniel Carter; Rolando Villazón; Deutsche Oper Berlin; Johannes Leiacker; Thibault Vancraenenbroeck; Davy Cunningham; Dorian Häfner

BudapestDie Fledermaus

Strauss II: Die Fledermaus
Miklós Szinetár; Hungarian State Opera; Attila Csikós; Nelly Vágó; István Kovácsházi; Eszter Sümegi

ViennaDie Fledermaus, Op.56

Strauss II: Die Fledermaus
Alexander Joel; Heinz Zednik; Volksoper Wien; Pantelis Dessyllas; Doris Engl; Carsten Süss; Ulrike Steinsky

TokyoDie Fledermaus, Op.56

Strauss II: Die Fledermaus
Kentaro Kawase; Andreas Homoki; Tokyo Nikikai Opera; Wolfgang Gussmann; Franck Evin; Yui Takahashi
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A stylish Fledermaus lifts spirits in Tokyo

A welcome touch of Austrian end of year festivities in Tokyo as Heinz Zednik's popular production of Die Fledermaus is revived. 

****1
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Northern Ireland Opera’s Fledermaus flies high and low

Stripping away all the decadence of late-19th century Vienna, Walter Sutcliffe gives Johann Strauss’ operetta an overhaul. 
***11
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Fledermaus debuts at La Scala but misses some sparkle

The Temple of Opera has opened its doors to operetta. For the first time the Teatro alla Scala is staging Johann Strauss' Die Fledermaus.
***11
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WNO's jolly good romp in Birmingham

WNO's excellent revival of John Copley's 2011 staging of Die Fledermaus is a delight. 
****1
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Lessons from Europe in a fun-filled Fledermaus

Eisenstein is a Tory Minister out of his depth on a European mission. Mischief and fun galore in RCS’s well sung Die Fledermaus, a fitting tribute to Timothy Dean as he stands down as Head of Opera.
****1
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