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Work: Don Giovanni

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ComposerMozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791)
LibrettistLorenzo Da Ponte
Work typeOpera / Oratorio
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AmsterdamDon Giovanni

Mozart: Don Giovanni
Jérémie Rhorer; Claus Guth; Dutch National Opera; Christian Schmidt; Olaf Winter; Adrian Sâmpetrean

ZürichDon Giovanni

Mozart: Don Giovanni
Jordan De Souza; Sebastian Baumgarten; Zurich Opera; Barbara Ehnes; Tabea Braun; Franck Evin; Chris Kondek

BerlinDon Giovanni

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Mozart: Don Giovanni
Anthony Bramall; Herbert Fritsch; Komische Oper Berlin; Günter Papendell; Philipp Meierhöfer; Nadja Mchantaf

SalzburgDon GiovanniNew production

Mozart: Don Giovanni
Teodor Currentzis; Romeo Castellucci; Theresa Wilson

Market HarboroughDon GiovanniNew production

Mozart: Don Giovanni
Finnegan Downie Dear; Jack Furness; Nevill Holt Opera; Alex Berry; Jenny Ogilvie; Seán Boylan
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More dramma than giocoso: Don Giovanni at Covent Garden

Unimpeachable voices and fine playing light up The Royal Opera's latest revival of Kasper Holten's dark staging.
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Don Giovanni ventures beyond the footlights in Prague

“Who's dead, you or the old man?” asks Leporello after Don Giovanni’s duel with the Commendatore. What if the answer was that they had both received fatal wounds?
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Seattle Opera’s fast-track Don revealed in stark black and white

Cut-down Mozart meets monochrome cinema. This certainly won’t be the most sumptuous Don you’ll ever see, but it is committed, imaginative and admirably compact.
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Macerata's Don Giovanni: a yellow cab to hell

Livermore's staging implies two different storylines – do we only see the result of Don Giovanni's hallucinations?
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A persuasively dark Don Giovanni from Swedish Radio

Andrew Staples creates an austere, monochrome semi-staging that's strangely appropriate to the times; Peter Mattei and John Lundgren lead an excellent cast.
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