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The 12th Annual Opera News Awards
Robert Carsen, Christine Goerke, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Matthew Polenzani, Frederica von Stade
The Opera News Awards | Robert Carsen
His productions break the barrier between the stage and the audience.
The Opera News Awards | Christine Goerke
The dramatic soprano is known for her strength and the rich colors of her voice.
The Opera News Awards | Yannick Nézet-Séguin
His high-definition conducting yields performances of unalloyed beauty.
The Opera News Awards | Matthew Polenzani
His work onstage is the perfect marriage of splendid voice and unfaltering genuineness.
The Opera News Awards | Frederica von Stade
Her unique blend of directness and complexity seems to speak from the soul.
Der Fliegende Holländer returns to the Met this month. How has time changed our perspective on the opera’s selfless heroine?
Sound Bites: Sean Michael Plumb
The lyric baritone sings Ariadne’s Harlekin in Munich this month.
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Elīna Garanča, Octavian in the Met’s new Rosenkavalier, thrives on expanding her repertoire. By Jennifer Melick. Photographs by Nomi Baumgartl.
The story of an extraordinary gesture of friendship from one legendary singer to another.
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Reviews in this Issue
Anna Netrebko: "Verismo"
Franco Fagioli: "Rossini"
Il Volo: "Notte Magica—A Tribute to the Three Tenors"
Viktoria und ihr Husar
Anne Sofie von Otter: "So Many Things"
Roméo et Juliette
Roméo et Juliette
The Children of Rosenthal
Die Ungarische Hochzeit
Emalie Savoy: "A Portrait"
Apollo e Dafne
Marian Anderson: "Let Freedom Ring"
Marianne Crebassa: "Oh, Boy!"
"Meyerbeer in France"
La Clemenza di Tito
"Nineteenth-Century Italian Tenors"
Venus and Adonis
Philippe Jaroussky: "Sacred Cantatas"
A Palace Upon the Ruinsf
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