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On this day ..
18 November
BIRTHS W S Gilbert (1836) Ignacy Jan Paderewski (1860) Amadeo Vives (1871) Tom Johnson (1939) DEATHS Giuseppe de Majo (1771) PREMIERES Aeneas i Cartago (Kraus; 1799)
19 November
BIRTHS Vicente Lleó (1870) Giovacchino Forzano (1884) Agnes Baltsa (1944) DEATHS Franz Schubert (1828) PREMIERES L'ultimo giorno di Pompei (Pacini; 1825) Geneviève de Brabant (Offenbach; 1859) The Aspern Papers (Argento; 1988)
Cagliari. Tchaikovsky: Gli stivaletti (18-30 Dec).
Clermont-Ferrand. Rakhmaninov: Aleko (18 Dec).
Dresden(SSO). Humperdinck: Konigskinder (19 Dec-25 Jan).
Malmo. Boulanger: Faust et Helene (19 Dec-10 Jan). Chamber opera (1913) // Lili Boulanger was just 19 when she won the Prix de Rome for this reworking of the Faust legend after Eugène Adenis' poem
Leverkusen. Handel: Rinaldo (20 Dec).
Bremerhaven. Grieg: Peer Gynt (25 Dec-7 Mar).
Reykjavik(Opera). Thordarson: Ragnheidur (27-28 Dec).
Strasbourg(Opera). Respighi: La Belle au Bois Dormant (3-9 Jan).
Genève(Opera). Levinas: Le Petit Prince (6-10 Jan).
World premiere New York(Prototype). Weisman: The Scarlet Ibis (8-17 Jan). The story of Doodle, a disabled boy who discovers the power of imagination over physical limitations; Libretto: David Cote, after the story by James Hurst (1960)

Acknowledgements: 'Performances': Tosca, San Diego Opera, 2002. (c) Ken Howard // 'Companies': Théâtre Municipal, Toulon

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