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Innsbruck(Fest). Rameau: Pygmalion (20-21 Aug).
Salzburg(Fest). Reimann: Lear (20-29 Aug).
Innsbruck(Fest). Keiser: Octavia (22-26 Aug).
Buenos Aires(Colon). Rattenbach: Edipo en San Telmo (2-10 Sep).
Buenos Aires(Colon). Ripper: Piedade (2-10 Sep).
Wien(Volk). Millöcker: Der Bettelstudent (3-18 Sep).
World premiere Helsinki(Opera). Fagerlund: Höstsonaten (8 Sep-5 Oct).
Luzern(Fest). Ligeti: Le Grand Macabre (8 Sep-20 Oct). Revised version from 1996
World premiere Oslo(DNO). Skouen: Ballerina (8-17 Sep). Former ballerina Edith learns to communicate with her autistic teenage daughter through classical dance, but what happens when Edith is gone?; Libretto: Oda Radoor, after the play Ballerina by Arne Skouen
Magdeburg. Dvořák: Rusalka (9 Sep-29 Dec).

Acknowledgements: 'Performances': Simon Boccanegra; David Pountney / WNO // 'Companies': Schloss Esterházy, Eisenstadt

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