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  • 15.04.2017 - New York Classical Review: Netrebko, Kwiecien bring Met’s “Onegin” revival to vivid life

  • "Netrebko and Kwiecien, through their singing and acting, embodied their roles to an even more vivid degree than four years ago–even when they weren't singing. In the original run, Netrebeko tended to disappear when she wasn't singing, and Kwiecien didn't seem entirely comfortable in his acting. Thursday night both were consistent dramatic presences, building their characters and their relationships, even when the musical focus lay with others. Both are powerhouse...

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  • 13.04.2017 - Ildar Abdrazakov and Valery Gergiev on the XVI Moscow Easter Festival

  • Ildar Abdrazakov will perform with the Mariinsky Orchestra under the baton of Valery Gergiev in the concert held within the XVI Moscow Easter Festival celebrating the 125th anniversary of the birth of Sergei Prokofiev. The performance will be held at the stage of the State Grand Saidashev Concert Hall, Kazan on April 17. For performance information and tickets, click here 

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  • 12.04.2017 - Joseph Calleja makes his Broad Stage Debut

  • In a tribute concert to the legendary tenor Mario Lanza, Joseph Calleja will make his Broad Stage debut in Santa Monica on May 10. The GRAMMY-nominated Maltese tenor, with "one of the loveliest voices in opera right now" (The New York Times) will sing a program of arias and popular classics. For tickets and program information, click here 

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  • 10.04.2017 - Enjoy a video clip of Thomas Hampson during the Heidelberg Festival masterclasses

  • Mr. Hampson speaks with Sarah Willis about his love of art song and training young singers interspersed with clips from his most recent masterclass in Heidelberg during the Heidelberger Frühling International Music Festival. To watch the video, click here 

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  • 10.04.2017 - Kate Lindsey "took center stage" (Daily Bruin) as Nicklausse

  • Nicklausse (Kate Lindsey), a Muse of the arts disguised as man, follows Hoffmann throughout, saving him from his lovesick antics. Throughout the show's segmented plot, Lindsey's saucy and sarcastic Nicklausse – the personification of Hoffmann's artistic inspiration – served as a strong focal point. Lindsey taunted Grigolo's Hoffmann like a longtime chum, imitating snippets of his lovers' songs and poking fun at his lovelorn state. Although her character was...

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  • 08.04.2017 - Piotr Beczała brings his concert tour to America

  • Piotr Beczała continues his concert tour of Europe with a new stop in America. He makes his Washington area debut on May 3 with a program featuring Schumann, Karlowicz, Dvorak and Rachmaninov. In collaboration with pianist Martin Katz the two will perform in the Theatre of the Arts at the University of DC. For additional performance information and tickets, click here

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