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With the premiere of Das Rheingold on opening night of the season Lyric Opera of Chicago has initiated a new Ring Cycle to be staged over multiple seasons. A funny thing happened on the way to Andalusia. Mezzo-soprano Cecilia Bartoli has been a regular favourite at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam since Salonen has made his mark on the Philharmonia through in-depth explorations of the 20th century repertoire he loves so well.

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Wolf’s songs are the epitome of art song, due great reverence. The rl Badisches Staatstheater has assembled plenty of talent for its new Un Ballo in Maschera. In this BBC Radio 3 lunchtime concert at the Wigmore Hall, soprano Roberta Invernizzi presented Italian songs from the first half of seventeenth-century, exploring love and loyalty, loss and lies, and demonstrating consummate declamatory mastery.

It was standing room only, and although this was a repeat performance there certainly was publoi lack of freshness and spontaneity: Perhaps the term is more meaningful when it comes to works that have been dead and buried for years, before being rediscovered by subsequent generations.

Calixto Bieito is always news, Carmen with a good cast is always news. The Grange Festival had assembled a cast to grace any stage, a cast that more than lived up to expectations on this, the first night. Even the Beethoven pieces did not really seem to fit together especially well. An exquisite pit, a Busby Berkeley stage, ingenue performers. Every so often an opera fan is treated to a minor miracle, a revelatory performance of a familiar favorite that immediately sweeps all other versions before it.

This Parsifal will be the stuff of legend for decades to come. His music is inherently theatrical, and his dramas lie not in narrative but in internal basn. It will now travel to a few major European cities. Naturalist realism is not what it’s meant to be. There are very good reasons for doing so.

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Two of the important late twentieth century stage directors, Robert Carsen and Peter Sellars, returned to the Aix Festival this summer. But it has had a place in the repertoire since its premiere.

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Along the way, a traverse through xrte of Schubert’s ovixio moments, highlighting different aspects of his song output: The scenic division of Das Rheingold into four parts is realized with inventive, seamless coherence, a signal for the totality of this unfolding Cycle. Celebrating the 80th birthday of one of the UK’s greatest composers if not the greatestthis concert was an intriguing, and not always stimulating, mix. In that sense, every revival is an opportunity to revisit from new perspectives.

Paradoxically, there is endless movement within a constricting stasis.

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That Opera Theatre of Saint Louis fearlessly embraces the cutting edge is once again evidenced by their compelling American premiere of The Trial. Hodie Christus natus est.

The miasma of doom that pervades the air of the great house of Bly seems to seep slowly into the auditorium, dulling the senses, weighing down the mind. Maurice Greene had a highly successful musical career. Three electrifying moments and the world is forever changed. We have to allow for inevitable lack of polish and inexperience while maintaining an overall high standard of judgment.

La gazza ladraLa gazzetta and L’inganno felice — the little opera that made Rossini famous. The revolutionary political idealism that underlies the opera is inspiring, particularly to those in German-speaking lands, where it inspires reverence. Venerable San Francisco Opera kicked off its fall season with a wholly pleasing revival of a landmark production, complemented by an engrossing world premiere.

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A body lies in half-shadow, surrounded by an expectant gathering. These are five very smar reviews by students at the University of Maryland on its Opera Studio production of Regina — an interesting, informative and entertaining read.

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A Protector wants brightly coloured images to display his power and wealth. Scandinavian musical culture has very strong roots, and is thriving still. Little and a text by Royce Vavrek. As the Britten centenary events draw to a close, the Birmingham Royal Ballet are offering one final highlight: Bass baritone, Luca Pisaroni, known to opera lovers throughout the world for his excellence in Mozart roles, offered San Diego vocal aficionados a double treat on October 28th: During the past four years, there have been many musical and artistic centenary commemorations of the terrible human tragedies, inhumanities and utter madness of the First World War, but there can have been few that have evoked the turbulence and trauma of war – both past and present, in the abstract and in the particular – with such terrifying emotional intensity as this recital by Ian Bostridge and Antonio Pappano at the Barbican Hall.

Don Giovanni is Mozart at his mature zenith. Sullivan was accordingly at liberty to compose more serious and emotional operas, as he had long desired, and turned first to the moribund tradition of “Grand Opera” with Ivanhoe Is Garsington the new Glyndebourne, a Glyndebourne for the 21st Century?

Where do the boundaries of performance art begin, and where do they end? I shall even be given the Third Symphony another try, on my birthday: South African actor, artist, multimedia artist, film and theater, now opera director William Kentridge has taken the world by storm over the past few years.

Her latest project, a very personal response to the terror attacks in Paris, puts her audience through the emotional wringer, but also showers them with musical rewards. Rarely have I experienced such fabulous singing in artee a dreadful production.

An opera dealing with — or at least claiming to deal with — the events of 11 September ? It caused a sensation at its unveiling at the Aix-en-Provence Festival.