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  • 06.06.2017 - "No Tenors Allowed" in Leipzig and Millstatt

  • This summer, Thomas Hampson and bass-baritone Luca Pisaroni reunite for their acclaimed "No Tenors Allowed" programme. They perform with the Gewandhausorchester at the Open Air-Bühne im Rosental on June 23 & 24 under the baton of Alexander Shelley. The programme includes selections by Rossini, Mozart, Massenet, Gounod, and more. On July 30, Hampson and Pisaroni sing for the Musikwoche Millstatt at the Stiftskirche with...

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  • 06.06.2017 - Rolando Villazón stars in the title role of 'La Clemenza di Tito"

  • Rolando Villazón leads an all-star cast starring in the title role of La Clemenza di Tito in a concert performance on July 6 and 9 at the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden Gala. He is joined by Sonya Yoncheva as Vitellia, Joyce DiDonato as Sesto, Regula Mühlemann as Servilia, Tara Erraught as Annius, and Adam Plachetka as Publius. Maestro Yannick Nézet-Séguin leads the Chamber Orchestra of Europe and the RIAS Kammerchor from the podium. For performance...

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  • 06.06.2017 - Metropolitan Opera 50th Anniversary Gala Review

  • "It was an interesting night for tenors, especially for two younger ones, in mid- and early career, respectively. Joseph Calleja, appearing with a splendid Sonya Yoncheva in the Act I duet from "La Bohème," once again showed how, note for note, he possesses the most beautiful tenor voice in opera: his honeyed tone conjures up the shades of Gigli and Caruso." Russell Platt (The New Yorker) For the full article, click here 

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  • 06.06.2017 - Europadisc: An Artistic Triumph

  • "Another standout feature of the disc is Lindsey's vocal range – not just across the stave, from deep-throated huskiness to soaring high notes, but dynamic and tonal as well. This is memorably evident in the old-world charms of Alma Mahler's Hymne and Die stille Stadt, but above all in the extraordinary focus at hushed dynamic levels in Korngold's Mond, so gehst du wieder auf, and Zemlinsky's Selige Stunde, which brings the recital to its beautifully poised close....

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  • 06.06.2017 - Bachtrack: Netrebko in majestic form as Tatyana in Paris Onegin

  • "...... vocally Netrebko's Letter Scene was stupendous, scaling down her ample soprano to capture all the girlish excitement, turning it into a half-whispered declaration at times. She acted the role passionately, sobbing and snivelling through Onegin's condescending lecture, bemused and embarrassed at her name day party. It was in Act 3 though that she really excelled, magisterial as the belle of Petersburg society. Her chest register has such a molasses richness that...

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  • 05.06.2017 - Regula Mühlemann in Recital

  • On June 20, Ms. Mühlemann and collaborative pianist Ullrich Koella will appear in recital at the Musée de la Vie romantique as part of the Festival de Paris, a festival of classical, popular, and heritage music. The Musée de la Vie romantique is a private mansion which was once home to the Dutch painter, Ary Scheffer and is the home where he received many artists including George Sand and Frederic Chopin. Today, Ms. Mühlemann, "whose timbre is so...

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