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März 2017
Exactly a month after the world premiere of EDWARD II another contemporary, book-inspired opera is due to receive its premiere: Benjamin Britten’s closing statement as a composer, DEATH IN VENICE, based on the Thomas Mann novella, opens on 19th March. The British team centring on Graham Vick, Stuart Nunn and Britten admirer Donald Runnicles accompany the ageing writer Gustav von Aschenbach on his trip to watery Venice.

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Roberto Alagna, Dinara Alieva, Ain Anger, Aleksandrs Antonenko, Piotr Beczala, Thomas Blondelle, Ingela Brimberg, Markus Brück, Joseph Calleja, Nicole Car, Seth Carico, John Chest, Patrizia Ciofi, Richard Croft, Ildebrando D’Arcangelo, Diana Damrau, Annette Dasch, Agneta Eichenholz, Ladislav Elgr, Paolo Fanale, Juan Diego Flórez, Catherine Foster, George Gagnidze, Carmen Giannattasio, Olesya Golovneva, Anja Harteros, Hui He, Alexandra Hutton, Dalibor Jenis, Maria José Siri, Tobias Kehrer, Aleksandra Kurzak, Stephanie Lauricella, Michele Mariotti, Thomas Johannes Mayer, Liudmyla Monastyrska, Stephen Milling, Michael Nagy, Olga Peretyatko, Adrianne Pieczonka, Fabio Sartori, Falk Struckmann, Donald Runnicles, Tatiana Serjan, Daniela Sindram, Antonino Siragusa, Anna Smirnova, Thomas Søndergård, Roberto Tagliavini, Bryn Terfel, Manuela Uhl, Burkhard Ulrich, Klaus Florian Vogt, Sonya Yoncheva, Samuel Youn