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Openings
Firenze(Comunale). Rossini: Semiramide (27 Sep-4 Oct).
Marseille. Thomas: Hamlet (27 Sep-4 Oct).
Budapest(SO). Kodály: Székely Fonó (29 Sep-3 Jun).
Moscow(Bolshoi). Rossini: La gazzetta (29 Sep). Zazerkalye Saint Petersburg State Children's Music Theatre production
World premiere Beijing(NCPA). Qian Yi: Lan Hua Hua (30 Sep-4 Oct).
World premiere Berlin(UDL). Strasnoy: Comeback (30 Sep-16 Oct). Celebrated actress Tilla Durieux and film actor Emil Jannings take very different routes through and after the Second World War
Chicago(COT). Martin: Le vin herbé (30 Sep-9 Oct).
St Petersburg(Mariinsky). Weinberg: Der Idiot (30 Sep-9 Nov).
Bonn. Piazzolla: María de Buenos Aires (1-9 Oct).
Krakow. Gluck: Orfeusz i Eurydyka (1-2 Oct).
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Acknowledgements: 'Performances': Simon Boccanegra; David Pountney / WNO // 'Companies': Schloss Esterházy, Eisenstadt

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