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Adam: Giselle [The Royal Ballet/Wright] Blu-ray Review

This popular ballet gets a spectacular production in all respects and becomes a top choice among the Blu-ray versions

Mozart: Don Giovanni [Royal Opera/Luisotti] Blu-ray Review

An interesting and mostly effective reworking of Mozart's opera Don Giovanni is well cast and features some nifty visual effects.

Rossini: L’Italiana in Algeri [Teatro Communale di Bologna] Blu-ray Review

An upbeat and updated production of a classic comic opera, this Rossini Festival production of L’Italiana in Algeri on Blu-ray offers many smiles, outright guffaws, and nonstop shtick.

Richard Strauss: Ariadne auf Naxos [Glyndebourne Festival/Jurowski] Blu-ray Review

One of Richard Strauss' vocal masterpieces, this Ariadne auf Naxos has its vocal strengths but is undermined by some bizarre dramaturgy.

Rameau: Hippolyte et Aricie [Glyndebourne Festival/Christie] Blu-ray Review

This Blu-ray premiere of Rameau's Hippolyte et Aricie has some interesting if offbeat staging and is supported by great videography.

Donizetti: Don Pasquale [Glyndebourne Festival/Mazzola] Blu-ray Review

A delightfully frothy and intimate Glyndebourne production of Donizetti's Don Pasquale is given a superb realization by all involved

Shakespeare: Richard II [Royal Shakespeare Company/Gregory Doran] Blu-ray Review

Director Dornan and his strong cast deliver a compelling remounting of Shakespeare's account of the downfall of English monarch Richard II

Britten: Death in Venice [English National Opera/Gardner] Blu-ray Review

Benjamin Britten's final opera receives a superb reading by Edward Gardner and a moving portrayal of the lead role by John Graham-Hall

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