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Falstaff

Verdi's last opera is a real artistic testament to the career of a composer who until the very end never ceased to experiment and evolve his musical a...
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Prince Igor

With this production, directed by Barrie Kosky, Prince Igor by Borodin finally enters the repertoire of the Opera de Paris. Borodin, who besides being...
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Don Carlo

Bringing to the stage Verdi’s Don Carlo is a demanding task at all levels: it requires five outstanding singers and a director able to manage the psyc...
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Madama Butterfly

The current production of Madama Butterfly at the Opera de Paris is the latest revival of the work created by Robert Wilson in 1993. The story is noto...
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I puritani

Bellini’s last opera, I Puritani, premiered in Paris at the Théâtre-Italien in 1835 and it was an immediate success. Just a few months later an illnes...
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Médée
Salzburg Festival 2019

Cutting edge and provocative, this year’s new production of Cherubini’s Médée performed at Salzburg Festspiele is notable for the originality of the d...
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Alcina
Salzburg Festival 2019

This famous opera by Handel, which premiered at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, on 16 April 1735, has always been one of the favourites of the baroq...
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La favorite

The Teatro Massimo’s new production of Donizetti’s La Favorite revives the tradition of Bel Canto in all its magnificence. Performed in Paris for the ...
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La Bohème

There are many reasons why Puccini’s La Bohème is one of the favourite opera of every theatre in the world: the perfect balance of tragedy and comedy,...
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Rigoletto

The controversial Victor Hugo's play, Le roi s'amuse, offered Verdi the opportunity to break with the Italian operatic tradition of closed forms (reci...