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  • 08.01.2018 - Kate Lindsey: Opera Meets Film

  • The San Sebastian Film Festival selected film which told two stories about the greatest seducer of all time, Giacomo Casanova, which featured a plethora of singers including Kate Lindsey, Jonas Kaufmann, Anna Prohaska, Barbara Hannigan and Miah Persson. The film starred John Malkovich and Veronica Ferres.

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  • 08.01.2018 - Dmitry Korchak: Guillaume Tell in Palermo

  • Dmitry Korchak stars as Arnold Melcthal in Rossini's Guillaume Tell, with Roberto Frontali in the title role and Nino Machaidze as Mathilde. The January 23, 25, 28 & 31 performances at Teatro Massimo in Palermo are the first staging in Palermo of the original French edition.

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  • 08.01.2018 - Thomas Hampson: January performances

  • Thomas Hampson joins the Cleveland Orchestra as the baritone soloist in Haydn's The Creation in three concerts, two in Cleveland on January 18 and 20 and another one at Carnegie Hall on January 24. Golda Schultz and Maximilian Schmitt sing the other solo parts. He then sings Mahler's Des Knaben Wunderhorn with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra on January 26 and 27.

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  • 08.01.2018 - Sondra Radvanovsky sings Amelia in Paris

  • Sondra Radvanovsky stars in Verdi's Un Ballo in Maschera at the Opéra Bastille from January 16 until the 31. The Gilbert Deflo production also features Piero Pretti, Simone Piazzola, Varduhi Abrahamyan and Nina Minasyan. Bertrand de Billy conducts. Click here for more information and tickets

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  • 07.01.2018 - A Night At the Opera with Pumeza Matshikiza & Njabulo Madlala

  • Hosted by the Diemersfontein Wines Excellence out of Africa Trust, this is a rare opportunity to hear two South African opera stars, soprano Pumeza Matshikiza and baritone Njabulo Madlala, in concert on home soil. The concert takes place on February 17. Click here for more information.

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  • 31.12.2017 - Ildar Abdrazakov review: Met's Nozze di Figaro

  • "Abdrazakov gave a wonderfully affable portrayal of Figaro, seeming to have plucked the big-hearted trickster right out of Barbiere. He was in fine voice for Friday’s performance, his chocolatey bass nicely filling out the lyrical portions of the role, though losing a bit of body when he pushed for dramatic effect. “Se vuol ballare” was his finest work of the night, carried off with sly confidence." New York Classical Review

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