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    ★★★★★ PROM 71, DIDONATO, TAMESTIT, ORR, GARDINER Concert Berlioz as bracing theatre

    A dramatic feast for the eyes as well as the ears, this should have been on TV

    How do you make your mark in a crucial last week after the Olympian spectaculars of Kirill Petrenko's Proms with the Berlin Philharmonic?


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    ★★★ ISOUARD'S CENDRILLON, BAMPTON CLASSICAL OPERA Stepsisters shine in fairy-tale bagatelle

    Maltese-French composer's Cinders opera is mostly routine, but performed with esprit

    Cinderella as opera in French: of late, the palm has always gone to Massenet's adorable (as in a-dor-Ah-bler) confection, and it should again soon when Glyndebourne offers a worthy home to the master's magic touch. The Cendrillon of Maltese-born honorary Parisian Nicolas Isouard, aka Nicolò, clearly had its day after the 1810 premiere, but it was eclipsed by Rossini's La Cenerentola coming along seven years later, and with good reason.


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    Strong casting and dynamic staging augur well for Covent Garden’s latest Ring revival

    Keith Warner’s production of Wagner'sDer Ring des Nibelungen was first seen at Covent Garden between 2004 and 2006, and is now back for a third and final series of full runs, chiefly to catch the Brünnhilde of Nina Stemme in three of the operas, continuing into November.


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