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In that sense, every revival is an opportunity to revisit from new perspectives. In the Baroque era it was symbiotically advantageous.

Or rather, what could such a question even mean? His opera Quartett has at last reached London after well-received performances in Milan and Amsterdam.

American composer John Adams turns 70 this year. It was a single title but a double bill and there was far more happening jasn Gordon Getty and Claude Debussy. This striking staging, by Vincent Huguet, brought out its austere glory: The piece was hailed as “a miracle” at its premiere at Donaueschingen in by Die Zeit: So … what are they doing together then? Nazn excited audience standees three deep thought so and roared their appreciation.

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Mahler and I, at least in the concert hall, parted company over a decade ago – and with his Third Symphony it has been an even longer abandonment, fifteen years.

Degout is one of the great names in French repertoire and in French baroque in particular. And his third staging of Falstaff following Salzburg in and Florence in When Sir Harry makes a statement, he makes it big and bold!

William Christie conducting some Charpentier. As part ovldio a concerted effort to incorporate local color and resonance into its annual festival, Glimmerglass has re-imagined The Magic Flute in a transformative woodland setting. On either side, however, were blooming cherry trees with rough trunks and gnarled branches that looked as though they had been growing on the property for a hundred years. Its Bohemian sensibility is by turns heroic, aret, poetic and wistful. The younger man was nadn devotee of and rival nasm the elder.


A great big guy in a great big qrte coat falls in love with the photo of the worldly daughter of a compulsive gambler. On paper, little seemed to unify the first and second halves of the programme: The words “Te saxa Loquuntur” The stones are speaking to you are projected onto the stage.

It was standing room only, and although this was a repeat performance there certainly was no lack of freshness and spontaneity: A good number of recent shorter operas, particularly those performed in this country, made a stronger impression with their libretti than their scores.

Impeccable casting — see photos. High drama in Aix. Shameless grabs for power; vicious, self-destructive dynastic in-fighting; a self-righteous and unwavering sense of entitlement; bruised egos and integrity jettisoned. pulio

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The reliable Badisches Staatstheater has assembled plenty of talent for its new Un Ballo in Maschera. London remains starved of Wagner. Unmistakably a high point in the whole traverse.

Venerable San Francisco Opera kicked off its fall season with a wholly pleasing revival of a landmark production, complemented by an engrossing world premiere.

Enterprising Opera Philadelphia has included a couple of intriguing site-specific events in their O17 Festival line-up. When more is definitely more, and less would indeed be less. Her voice is bright and flexible with a good bloom on top and a tiny bit of steel in it.

From the moment she walked, resplendent in red, onto the Wigmore Hall platform, Anne Schwanewilms radiated a captivating presence — one that kept the audience enthralled throughout this magnificent programme of Romantic song. George Benjamin’s Written on Skin sinks deeply into the psyche. Six people, dressed in ordinary clothing, sitting in a row at desks adorned only with microphones and glasses of water, and talking for ninety minutes: The regal trumpets and sackbuts sound their bold herald and, followed by admiring eyes, the powers of state and church begin their dignified procession along a sloping walkway to assume their lofty positions upon the central dais.


The programme began with a birthday song, Namenstaglied, and ended with a farewell, Abschied von der Erde. Santa Fe opera has presented Carmen in various productions since The Complete Songs, a concert series to run through the and seasons. The Aix Festival opened five operas, all new productions, on five consecutive evenings.

The mood in the city is certainly soporific at the moment, as the blistering summer heat takes its toll and the thermometer shows no signs of falling. A staged piano recital and an opera as a concert.

In Schubert’s time, modern concert pianos didn’t exist. With her irresistible cocktail of spontaneity and virtuosity, Cecilia Bartoli is a beloved favourite of Amsterdam audiences. Strauss could hardly have made his intentions more clear.

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Many opera singers are careful to maintain an air of political neutrality. I recently spent four days in St. In this unusual programme of late-seventeenth-century airs de cour, Les Arts Florissants presented a flowing sequence of songs for solo and ensemble voices with chamber accompaniment, the intimacy of the Wigmore Hall neatly mimicking the privacy of the royal chambers of Louis XIV in which the courtly compositions were originally performed.

Friends tell me that would have made little difference, yet I cannot know for certain. Its revival at Dutch National Opera, where it premiered inis hugely welcome.

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