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  • 19.03.2018 - Sondra Radvanovsky: 'Andrea Chénier' at Liceu

  • Trailer and interview La mamma morta

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  • 12.03.2018 - The Times: Anna Netrebko is Lady Macbeth in Verdi’s opera

  • Now at the height of her vocal powers, the Russian soprano Anna Netrebko makes a twice-delayed return to Covent Garden this month, in a role few would have expected her to tackle. She has sung Verdi’s Lady Macbeth before, in Munich and at the Met, but sparingly. The role has a reputation as a killer. Maria Callas, perhaps the most admired interpreter of the part in modern times, sang it in only one series of performances, at La Scala, Milan, during her entire...

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  • 12.03.2018 - Gaëlle Arquez: Adalgisa in Frankfurt

  • For six performances from June 10 - 27, Gaëlle Arquez sings Adalgisa to Elza van den Heever's Norma in Christof Loy's production at the Frankfurt Opera. Stefano La Colla sings Pollione and Antonino Fogliani leads the orchestra. For more information adn tickets, click here.

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  • 12.03.2018 - Javier Camarena: April and May performances

  • On April 24, Javier Camarena sings a recital in Andorra and is then joined by Rebeca Olvera for a second recital in Dublin on April 28. Afterwards, he travels to Salzburg to sing a Homage to composer Manuel García on May 20.  At the end of the month, he stars as Roberto in Berlin, in two concert version performances of Maria Stuarda, on May 28, 31. Diana Damrau portrays the title role and Jana Kurucová is Elisabetta. Francesco Ivan Ciampa...

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  • 11.03.2018 - Bass Ildar Abdrazakov heads a stellar cast of Attila

  • Attila, the fearsome King of the Huns, was the protagonist of Verdi’s ninth opera, which received its first performance at La Fenice in Venice when Verdi was 33 years old, and now returns to the Liceu after a 33-year absence. The historical account was exploited as a symbol of the resistance of the Italians to the invading power: “You have armed the hatred of the oppressed with the oppressor’s weapon!”, sings Odabella, the true heroine of the...

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  • 11.03.2018 - Kate Lindsey stars as Octavian in Glyndebourne

  • Kate Lindsey returns to Glyndebourne to sing the role of Octavian, with Robin Ticciati conducting the London Philharmonic and Richard Jones directing. She's joined by Rachel Willis-Sørensen and Michaela Kaune, who share the role of Marschallin, Brindley Sherratt as Baron Ochs, and Erin Morley and Louise Alder who also share singing Sophie. The performances take place from May 20 until June 26. There is limited ticket availabily for...

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