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Benjamin Bernheim stuns at the Salzburg Festival with an intimate recital
On stage, the tenor Benjamin Bernheim often incarnates the role of the lover and he remained true to this at his recital at the Salzburg Festival singing songs from Brahms to Britten and praising love to the highest tones.
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German tenor Jonas Kaufmann stars alongside soprano Sondra Radvanovsky in an open-air concert version of Puccini's operatic thriller Tosca, in Spain.
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Cecilia Bartoli's meditation on time dazzles Salzburg
"Time is ungrateful because when you need time, you don't have it" - Cecilia Bartoli dedicates this year's edition of the Whitsun Festival in Salzburg to her home town of Rome and conveys a meditation on time through Händel's 'Il Trionfo del Tempo e del Disinganno'.
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Rolando Villazón and Xavier de Maistre explore the soul of Latin America
What happens when a famous tenor and a master of the harp get together? The result is a very special programme: Rolando Villazón and Xavier de Maistre present the 'Serenata Latina' – “Across Latin America”. Latin American melodies intimate – in this edition of Musica on euronews and
Young talent and big names in classical music gather in Georgia
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The show goes on: 'Così fan tutte' at the Salzburg Festival
The show goes on: Così fan tutte performed at the Salzburg Festival. Austria's music and drama festival returns to celebrate its first centenary, despite the coronavirus pandemic.
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The beat goes on: Wu-Tang Clan reflect on rap, racism and keeping it real.
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