Arena di Verona: Turandot

Арена ди Верона: Турандот

Salzburger Festspiele

Christian Thielemann & Elina Garanca
What a sound pleasure, what a playing culture!
Salzburg Festival: Il Trittico
Christoph Loy combines three one-act operas by Puccini into a fateful space, accompanying the audience on a journey from Dante's inferno to the transcendent peaks of heavenly beauty.
Der Messias
Known as a creator of astonishing images, stage director and visual artist Robert Wilson delivers a magnificent production of Mozart’s adaption of Handel’s Messias.
Salzburg-100: La Bohème
Anna Netrebko wins acclaim yet again in the lead role, giving a “deeply melancholic reading of Mimi”, according to the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.
Salzburg-100: Le Nozze di Figaro
The celebrated Anna Netrebko proves her greatness by harnessing her sensual soprano to make it fit seamlessly into the ensemble.
Salzburg-100: Aida
Passionate and unconditionally dedicated, Anna Netrebko makes her role debut as Aida at the Salzburg Festival, joined by Francesco Meli as Radamès and Ekaterina Semenchuk as her rival Amneris.
Salzburg-100: Don Carlo
The Salzburg Festival hosts a new production of Verdi’s “Don Carlo”, directed by Peter Stein and embodied by Jonas Kaufmann.
Salzburg-100: Fidelio
The Salzburg Festival presents Ludwig van Beethoven’s one and only opera, his masterpiece: Fidelio, in a new production staged by Claus Guth, conducted by Franz Welser-Möst and starring Jonas Kaufmann as Florestan.
Salzburg-100: Die Zauberflöte
At the 2018 Salzburg Festival, director Lydia Steier introduced the role of a storyteller to the performance: the world-renowned Austrian actor Klaus Maria Brandauer playing a grandfather.
Salzburg-100: L’Italiana in Algeri
Moshe Leiser’s & Patrice Caurier’s colourful production of "L’Italiana in Algeri" with Cecilia Bartoli in the title role and Ildar Abdrazakov as Mustafà. Conducted by Jean-Christophe Spinosi.
Salzburg-100: La Traviata
This recording of Verdi’s "La Traviata" from the 2005 Salzburg Festival – the uncontested and hopelessly sold-out highlight of the festival season – captures the triumphal performance not only of Anna Netrebko as Violetta Valéry, but also of Rolando Villazón as her lover Alfredo.
Salzburg-100: Salome
The Italian director Romeo Castellucci, a profound investigator of the power of seeing, also in the sense of that by which we are seen, will explore the darknesses of this ‘tragedy of the gaze’.
Salzburg-100: Così fan tutte
At Salzburg Festival the new production of Mozart’s Così fan tutte is a magic moment in Mozart interpretation, a true feast for the eyes and ears
Salzburg-100: Elektra
The Lithuanian soprano Ausrine Stundyte as vengeful and traumatized Elektra turns the opening of the Festival into a real knockout performance!

Arena Di Verona

Arena di Verona: Il Trovatore
A spectacular production by Maestro Franco Zeffirelli. In the stellar cast conducted by Pier Giorgio Morandi: Salsi, Zajick, Fassi, Zizzo, and the eagerly awaited debut of Anna Netrebko at the Arena di Verona alongside the protagonist Yusif Eyvazov.

Staatsoper Unter den Linden Berlin

The final part of the "Ring of the Nibelung" tetralogy, an epic production by Dmitry Chernyakov at the Berlin Opera
The third part of the "Ring of the Nibelung" universe, brought to life by Dmitry Chernyakov on the stage of the Berlin Opera
Die Walküre
The second part of the "Ring of the Nibelung" epic, directed by Dmitry Tchernyakov at the Berlin Opera
The Gambler
‘The Gambler’ is a dark study of human failings and the corruptive power of money.

Bregenzer Festspiele

Bregenz Festival: Madama Butterfly
The famous Japanese tragedy by Puccini takes on new hues in the picturesque production by Andreas Homoki.
Bregenz Festival: Rigoletto
Giuseppe Verdi’s masterpiece Rigoletto – compelling, blood-curdling and beautiful – is being performed for the first time on the Bregenz lake stage.

Stuttgart Ballet

John Cranko's Romeo and Juliet
It is love at first sight and at the same time a love that cannot be. Granted only one night, the lovers - probably the most famous of all time – are separated forever by the mutual hatred of their respective families.
John Cranko's The Taming of the Shrew
Shakespearean Comedy on the Ballet Stage: Dancing Through Laughter and Tears
John Cranko's Onegin
John Cranko’s mastery of the art of the pas de deux finds its climax in Onegin, one of the most successful full length ballets of the 20th century.


Currentzis conducts Mozart
The concerts of Greek-Russian conductor Teodor Currentzis and his musicAeterna orchestra are often more of an art performance and sacred act than just the brilliant interpretation of a musical work and are among the highlights in classical musical life.
Currentzis conducts Beethoven No. 9
Teodor presents, for the first time ever recorded, his version of the Beethoven 9th symphony.

Oper Frankfurt

None But the Lonely Heart
24 song compositions by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky are combined to create an intimate evening of musical theatre that shows five characters and their contradictory emotions.

Jonas Kaufmann - Concerts

Jonas Kaufmann: Dolce Vita
Italy! Like nowhere else on earth – the sunshine and sea salt, the smell of citrus and coffee, a flirtatious glance, an incomparable song drawn deep from… the heart.
Jonas Kaufmann – It's Christmas
Jonas Kaufmann echoes his own Christmas memories and joys, celebrating the most festive time of the year with a unique selection of beloved songs and carols.

Wiener Staatsoper

Nureyev: Swan Lake
Perhaps the most popular ballet in the world, Tchaikovsky's "Swan Lake" has been given a compelling new interpretation by Rudolf Nureyev.
Wiener Staatsoper: Il Barbiere di Siviglia
"For his new production at the Vienna State Opera, the director Herbert Fritsch has created a colourful slapstick party" (Der Standard) and assembled a gifted and dedicated ensemble of excellent vocal quality and marvelous acting skills.
Wiener Staatsoper: Hänsel und Gretel
In bringing the work back to the Wiener Staatsoper for its first new production since World War II – inventively directed by Adrian Noble, former Artistic Director of Britain’s Royal Shakespeare Company
Wiener Staatsoper: Anna Bolena
Expectations had been running high for the Vienna State Opera’s first-ever staging of Donizetti’s “Anna Bolena”, and they were even surpassed thanks to this dream team of vocal giants. Anna Netrebko sparkles in her role debut alongside Elīna Garanča.
Parsifal: Kaufmann
Russian stage director Kirill Serebrennikov’s fearlessness, which one can almost physically feel in his productions, fascinates some as much as it confuses others.
Wiener Staatsoper: Lucia di Lammermoor
In Laurent Pelly’s dream-like staging of Gaetano Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor, one of the most important bel canto works of all time, a top vocal cast shines at the Wiener Staatsoper
Wiener Staatsoper: Tosca
«Anna Netrebko as Tosca in Vienna: fan-tastic!» (Kurier)

Bayerische Staatsoper

Kent Nagano superbly masters the challenges presented, shapes the dynamics with subtle intensity, and casts the score in a mellow glow.

Bayreuther Festival

From the 2018 Bayreuth Festival, the acclaimed new production by American director Yuval Sharon, “one of the most interesting arrivals on the musical landscape” (Opernwelt).

Theater an der Wien

Аn der Wien: Tosca
Martin Kušej is now staging this “thriller of violence and great emotion” as, he says, “it has never been seen before.”

Hamburg Ballet

J.S. Bach: Christmas Oratorio – Ballet by John Neumeier
“Rejoice, exult” – John Neumeier turns Bach’s Christmas Oratorio into an experience that confronts us all with the most basic questions of trust, hope, faith, doubt and self-sacrifice
"Nijinsky" is the title of this "choreographic approach" to a dance phenomenon that has been part of Neumeier's life ever since the beginning of his career.
Midsummer Nights Dream
John Neumeier's A Midsummer Night’s Dream always has been a wonderful representation of an full-length classical ballet made in the ladder half of the 20th century, the 1970s in Germany.
Beethoven Project
There is no clearly relatable story. Rather than a clear plot, the ballet combines fragments of music as well as suggestions of emotional situations from Beethoven's biography.

Blixten & Co

The Nutcracker Reloaded
Tchaikovsky meets Streetdance. Nutcracker like you have never seen it before.

San Francisco Ballet

The Little Mermaid
In The Little Mermaid, Hamburg Ballet Director and Chief Choreographer John Neumeier blends dance, dramatic storytelling and spectacle into a stunning interpretation of Hans Christian Andersen’s fable.

Royal Swedish Opera

Mats Ek: Julia & Romeo
Romeo and Julia becomes Julia & Romeo when world renowned choreographer Mats Ek presents his full-length work to Tchaikovsky’s music, with its first performance of the Royal Swedish Ballet at the Royal Opera House.

Lyric Opera of Chicago

Neumeier: Orfeo ed Euridice
One of opera’s most beautiful masterpieces, Gluck’s exquisite drama introduces us to Orpheus, the poet and musician whose every word and note communicate the most overwhelming love for his Eurydice.