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Robin Johannsen to make her debut for Teater an der Wien

8 October 2018

Robin Johannsen will sing the role of Clizia in Handel’s Teseo conducted by René Jacobs next month in her debut for Teater an der Wien, where she will return in January 2019 to perform Purcell’s King Arthur. Her 18/19 season also includes collaborations with eminent ensembles including Freiburger Barockorchester with René Jacobs (Piacere/Handel Il trionfo del tempo e del disinganno),...

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Stuart Jackson makes highly successful ENO debut as Narraboth

8 October 2018

Stuart Jackson made his highly successful ENO debut as Narraboth in September in Adina Jacob’s new production of Strauss Salome as confirmed by Hugh Canning in the Sunday Times: “There’s an outstanding Narraboth from Stuart Jackson” and Fiona Maddocks in the Observer: “The finest singing comes from Stuart Jackson as Narraboth, the Salome-struck young Syrian.” This winter he will perform...

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Ruby Hughes makes Potsdamer Winteroper debut as ‘Theodora’

8 October 2018

Ruby Hughes makes her Potsdamer Winteroper debut this November in the title role of Handel’s Theodora, conducted by Konrad Junghänel. A passionate interpreter of the baroque and classical repertoires, Ruby’s 18/19 season also includes Handel Brockes Passion with the Academy of Ancient Music at the Barbican, a tour of Handel’s Messiah with Daniel Reuss and the Orchestra of the Eighteenth...

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Claudia Huckle returns to Covent Garden in 2018 Wagner Ring Cycle

8 October 2018

Contralto Claudia Huckle returns to Covent Garden this month singing first Norn Götterdämmerung and Schwertleite Die Walküre in their 2018 Wagner Ring Cycle. She appears alongside Karen Cargill who sings Waltaute in this highly successful staging by Keith Warner, conducted by Sir Antonio Pappano. Later this season Claudia will make her debut at the Teatro Real, Madrid, singing Flosshilde Das Rheingold,...

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Douglas Boyd embarks on three-week tour of Australia

8 October 2018

Conductor Douglas Boyd embarks on a three-week tour of Australia, including his debut with ANAM and Adelaide Symphony Orchestras and a return to the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, with programmes encompassing a diverse repertoire including Mozart, Korngold, Brahms, Sibelius, and a Judith Weir commission. In addition to his many concerts with his Orchestre de Chambre de Paris, other highlights of the...

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