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Dreigroschenoper at Theater an der Wien

Dreigroschenoper at Theater an der Wien

A shark with shiny teeth: Dreigroschenoper at Theater an der Wien Requiring trained opera singers to focus primarily on acting and asking actors to sing in a renowned opera house puts everyone out of their comfort zone, which is not necessarily a bad thing. READ MORE

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Peter Grimes at Theater an der Wien

Peter Grimes at Theater an der Wien

Forceful Peter Grimes a must-see at Theater an der Wien Though certainly not the most heartwarming of tales this Christmas season, this is a production one shouldn’t miss. READ MORE

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Milhaud’s La mère coupable at TAW

Milhaud’s La mère coupable at TAW

A tangled knot: Milhaud’s La mère coupable at Theater an der Wien I have no objection per se with naked women bathing in blood, masturbating to crucifixes or being flagellated by priests in confessional booths, but only if it somehow aids understanding of the story READ MORE

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A different Barber: Paisiello conquers Vienna

A different Barber: Paisiello conquers Vienna

A different trip to the Barber: Paisiello conquers Vienna again at Theater an der Wien Not the Barbiere you might have been expecting if you hadn’t paid attention to the small print at the Theater an der Wien… READ MORE

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Staged Messiah at Theater an der Wien

Staged Messiah at Theater an der Wien

Blurring lines between speech, dance, and musical forms; a staged Messiah at Theater an der Wien The Stepford wife, the doubting priest, the guilt-ridden adulteress, the family black sheep and the outsted, suicidal CEO:  staples in television dramas but surprising finds in Handel oratorio. READ MORE

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Domingo makes Verdi’s I due Foscari a must-see at TAW

Domingo makes Verdi's I due Foscari a must-see at TAW

Domingo makes Verdi’s I due Foscari a must-see at Theater an der Wien If you are going to see Verdi’s I due Foscari, this production is likely the way to do it. Although this production is by no means unflawed, there are several reasons that it is a must-see for opera

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The airport as limbo: Schubert’s Lazarus and more at TAW

The airport as limbo: Schubert’s Lazarus and more at TAW

The airport as limbo: Schubert’s Lazarus and more at Theater an der Wien Schubert’s unfinished oratorio Lazarus joined with other interesting works by both Schubert and Charles Ives in a staged performance at the Theater an der Wien, directed by Claus Guth. Strongly cast, the musical juxtaposition works better than the oratorio

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Blood, mud, Mozart: Michieletto’s Idomeneo at TAW

Blood, mud, Mozart: Michieletto's Idomeneo at TAW

Blood, mud, Mozart: Michieletto’s Idomeneo at Theater an der Wien Come for the singing, enjoy the music and bring your sunglasses: this psychologically charged Idomeneo at the Theater an der Wien is not to be missed. Read full review…

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A Harlot’s Progress debut at Theater an der Wien

A Harlot's Progress debut at Theater an der Wien

Iain Bell’s A Harlot’s Progress enjoys a strong debut at Theater an der Wien British composer Iain Bell’s new opera A Harlot’s Progress enjoyed a very successful world première at the Theater an der Wien this month. The opera, based on a series of paintings by William Hogarth (who also painted A

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Chanda VanderHart – pianist, chamber musician, art song accompanist, vocal coach.

In 2015, Chanda celebrates 15 years living in Vienna, Austria, the music capital of Europe where she has been acquiring a solid musical education, worked with world-class musicians and singers and developed exciting music related projects.

 

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