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Tri Sestri at the Wiener Staatsoper

Tri Sestri at the Wiener Staatsoper

Péter Eötvös’ Tri Sestri Receives Raucous Premiere at the Wiener Staatsoper The applause and screams at the premiere were raucously frenetic – and while the hysteria seemed a bit exaggerated, an energetically positive reception was completely justified. READ MORE

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Macbeth at the Vienna Staatsoper

Macbeth at the Vienna Staatsoper

Christian Räth’s Macbeth enjoys a bloody première at the Vienna Staatsoper Bravo to the Haus am Ring for a bloody good night of music, drama and beauty – an excellent first première of the season. READ MORE

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Kožená and Uchida at the Staatsoper

Kožená and Uchida at the Staatsoper

Magdalena Kožená and Mitsuko Uchida – an aptly named “Solistenabend” at the Staatsoper In their recital together Wednesday night at the Wiener Staatsoper, mezzo Magdalena Kožená and star pianist Mitsuko Uchida reminded their audiences that they are wonderfully capable musicians capable of great color, finesse and technical

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Khovanshchina at the Staatsoper

Khovanshchina at the Staatsoper

Khovanshchina at the Staatsoper: A musical feast, but a directorial debacle Khovanshchina offers ample opportunity for massive, haunting and grandiose vocal display,  beautifully realized by a remarkable cast led by Ain Anger, Elena Maximova and Ferruccio Furlanetto. READ MORE

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Petibon as Manon

Petibon as Manon

Petibon debuts as Massenet’s Manon at the “Haus am Ring” Patricia Petibon manages to portray an absolutely charming Manon. She spans the space between innocence and worldliness and remains consistently energetic and delightful. READ MORE

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The Cunning Little Vixen in Vienna

The Cunning Little Vixen in Vienna

A fairy tale finale: Otto Schenk’s The Cunning Little Vixen in Vienna Janacek turned, after a life of much unrest and complexity, to a theme of apparent simplicity shrouding much more complex issues: a fairy tale. READ MORE

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Harteros and Rieger Solistenabend

Harteros and Rieger Solistenabend

Harteros and Rieger breeze through a “Solistenabend” of Wolf and Strauss at the Staatsoper The duo toss of three encores before breezing off into the night, sending their audience off to their beds, already completely and utterly satisfied.  READ MORE

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Lohengrin at the Staatsoper

Lohengrin at the Staatsoper

The Staatsoper’s new Lohengrin: too much opera for such confined staging Nobody puts Wagner in a corner: the Staatsoper’s new Lohengrin has some excellent qualities, but ultimately just needs more space.  READ MORE

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Dmitri Hvorostovsky’s recital delights the Staatsoper

Dmitri Hvorostovsky’s recital delights the Staatsoper

Dmitri Hvorostovsky’s recital delights the Staatsoper audience At the cloakroom, it was already clear that this evening was not going to be standard fare at the Staatsoper. Russian was in the air, and Russians had bought their fair share of the tickets to this completely sold out

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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.

 

There's nothing remarkable about it. All one has to do is hit the right keys at the right time and the instrument plays itself.

Johann Sebastian Bach

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