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BerlinLa Cage aux FollesNew production

Herman: La Cage aux Folles
Koen Schoots; Barrie Kosky; Komische Oper Berlin; Rufus Didwiszus; Klaus Bruns; Franck Evin; Orchester der Komischen Oper Berlin

CórdobaPiccolo, saxo y compañía

Popp: Piccolo, Saxo et Compagnie
Orquesta de Córdoba; Carlos Domínguez-Nieto

LondonRachmaninov and Beethoven: New Worlds for Old

Weill, Beethoven, Rachmaninov
London Symphony Orchestra; Marin Alsop; Eric Lu

LeipzigAnatevkaNew production

Bock: Fiddler on the Roof
Tobias Engeli; Cusch Jung; Oper Leipzig; Karel Spanhak; Orchester Musikalische Komödie; Chor Musikalische Komödie

BirminghamFamily Concert: Film Favourites

Newman, Williams, Sherman, Rodgers, Chaplin, Hooper, Rahman, Walton
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Delyana Lazarova; Tom Redmond; Sarah Butt

NottinghamThe Hallé: Italianissimo! An orchestral, cinematic and operatic spectacular

Berlioz, Verdi, Zimmer, Capua, Rota, Puccini, Rózsa, Mendelssohn, Morricone, Brodszky, Auric, Mascagni, Respighi
The Hallé; Stephen Bell; Christopher Turner
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Out of the closet and into the cage: La Cage aux Folles in Berlin

Thanks to Barrie Kosky's flamboyant imagination and a solid cast, the Komische Oper's new production of La Cage aux Folles glitters, but could be more gay.
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The subconscious at play: Lady in the Dark at the Volksoper

Kurt Weill's musical, with its focus on psychoanalysis, makes its Austrian premiere in the city of Sigmund Freud. 
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A last Fiddler on the Roof for Barrie Kosky in Berlin

Celebrating his tenth and last season at the head of Komische Oper, Kosky treats himself to a revival of his 2017 production, which shows no signs of aging.
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To the World: a musical geography lesson at Glimmerglass

In place of a full musical, this revue highlighted classic and contemporary songs that celebrate places and cultures, although some selections seemed questionable out of context.
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Simply magnificent: A Little Night Music at Leeds Playhouse

As the UK continues to emerge from lockdown, Leeds Playhouse and Opera North stage Sondheim. 
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Aspects of love from the Kaleidoscope Chamber Collective

A wide-ranging programme from the shape-shifting ensemble at Wigmore Hall explores love in its many guises. 
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