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La Traviata, Verdi
D: Benoît Jacquot
C: Dan Ettinger
Marina Rebeka brilla en La Traviata de la Bastilla

“Ramë Lahaj, joven, guapo y de aspecto noble, es el perfecto Alfredo. Su hermoso color de voz y su musicalidad nos hace olvidar como a veces queda algo ahogado e incluso un poco fuera de tono en las notas finales. En ocasiones incluso da la sensación de traspasar la cuarta pared convirtiendo sus arias en recitales cantando directamente al público.”

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14 febbraio 2018www.operaworld.esRebeca Blanco Prim
Sous le signe de la jeunesse

“Déjà remarqué in loco dans Lucia di Lammermoor en 2016, Rame Lahaj possède ce « Giovanile ardore » qui caractérise son personnage. Le ténor kosovar campe un Alfredo bouillant et passionné. La voix a gagné en ampleur, et l’aigu en assurance, comme en témoigne le contre-ut tenu qui conclut sa cabalette. Le timbre est solaire et la ligne de chant se pare quand il faut de subtiles demi-teintes.”

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02 febbraio 2018www.forumopera.comChristian Peter
Madama Butterfly, Puccini
D: Moshe LeiserPatrice Caurier
C: Nicola Luisotti
Madama Butterfly – review

International opera houses such as Covent Garden need fail-safe productions of works that feature in most seasons, in which multiple casts can be accommodated as unfussily as possible. Now eight years old, and in its fourth reincarnation, Patrice Caurier and Moshe Leiser's staging of Madama Butterfly has, surprisingly perhaps, evolved into one of those dependables. Over the years, much of the kitsch that characterised it when new seems to have been quietly abandoned, although traces remain: the landscape, covered with what looks like pink bubble bath, that replaces the backdrop of Nagasaki when Butterfly makes her first appearance; and the tacky flapping gestures she makes as she dies. But generally the production's straightforwardness and refusal to labour political subtexts has become its strength, and its ability to retain its crispness is shown by this excellent revival, which Caurier and Leiser themselves returned to supervise.

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28 giugno 2011www.theguardian.comAndrew Clements

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