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  • 11.02.2017 - Rolando Villazón stars as Ulisse in Paris

  • Rolando Villazón stars in the title role in Monteverdi’s 'Il ritorno d’Ulisse in patria' in Paris at Théâtre des Champs-Élysées on February 28, March 3, 6, 9, & 13.  The libretto is based on the second half of Homer’s Odyssey when Ulisse returns home after the end of Trojan war to his faithful wife Pénélope. Magdalena Kožená stars alongside Mr. Villazón as Pénélope...

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  • 10.02.2017 - “Finding release among the poppy fields: Dmitri Tcherniakov's powerful ‘Prince Igor’ reaches Amsterdam”

  • “Ildar Abdrazakov, who also took the title role in New York, was splendid as the brooding Igor, intensely acted, his grainy bass scaling the upper reaches of this traditionally baritone role with tremendous power.” -Mark Pullinger, Bachtrack For the full article, click here  

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  • 10.02.2017 - “The discomfort is actually the point”: Kate Lindsey on Così fan tutte... and playing boys

  • "For mezzo-sopranos, playing boys comes with the job. Kate Lindsey’s last three roles in London have been Cherubino (the randy pageboy in Le nozze di Figaro), Lazuli (in Chabrier’s L’Étoile) and as Nicklausse, Hoffmann’s sidekick. It’s during the run of Hoffmann – the final outing for John Schlesinger’s classic, but creaky production that we met for lunch – but, apart from the trouser roles that are her bread and...

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  • 10.02.2017 - Joesph Calleja: “The ultimate travel bucket list for culture lovers”

  • Joseph Calleja’s starring performance in Norma for the 2017-2018 season opening of The Metropolitan Opera has been listed by the Telegraph as a performance worthy of international travel. Together with stars Sondra Radvanovsky as Norma and Joyce DiDonato as Adalgisa completing the tragic love triangle, this virtuosic bel canto masterpiece would surely be the highlight of any trip to New York City. For the full article, click here

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  • 10.02.2017 - “Der Triumph der Anna Netrebko” – Neues Volksblatt

  • “Diese Premiere war so ausverkauft, dass vermutlich russische Oligarchen verzweifelt wären, die im letzten Augenblick eine Karte wollten: Ein neuer „Troubadour“ an der Wiener Staatsoper mit dem Traumpaar Anna Netrebko und Roberto Alagna erweckte größte Hoffnungen und erfüllte alle. Wer wird dann schon nach einer „Inszenierung“ fragen, die es zumindest nach modernen Regietheater-Begriffen nicht gab ...” For the...

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  • 07.02.2017 - Meet Kate Lindsey after her debut in ‘Dead Man Walking’ at Washington National Opera

  • Don't miss your opportunity to engage directly with Kate Lindsey and her colleagues after her debut in Dead Man Walking at Washington National Opera. Following each performance on Feb 25, 27, March 3,5,8, & 11 here's your chance to ask questions and get the inside scoop on the production from members of the cast and creative team. For tickets and more information about WNO’s Talkback with the artists, click here

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