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2024/25 Season

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The Rake's Progress

Tom Rakewell, Den Norske Opera

September 21st, 25th, 27th, 29th, October 4th, 9th, 12th and 14th 2024

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Britten's War Requiem

Tenor, Dresdner Philharmonie

February 13th 2025

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The Elixir of Love

Nemorino, English National Opera

November 15th, 20th, 23rd, 27th, 30th, December 3rd and 5th 2024

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Khovanshchina

Prince Andrei Khovansky, Osterfestspiele Salzburg

April 12th and 21st 2025

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Jenufa

Števa, Royal Opera House

January 15th, 18th, 23rd, 27th and 30th

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Eugene Onegin

Lensky, Semperoper Dresden

July 3rd, 5th, 9th and 11th 2025

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‘Thomas Atkins made a very appealing Tom Rakewell. He was an extremely charming performer, bouncing around the stage, or flouncing off with frustration and ennui with verve. His confrontation in the graveyard was among the highlights. Atkins sang with desperate zeal and his tight vibrato wound round notes of steely intensity. Perhaps the most special singing was saved for his scene in the madhouse. Transfigured by delusion into lovesick Adonis, Atkins did wonders with his head voice and falsetto. At times, he was glassily fragile, as if on the cusp of tears. At other times, he was creamy, indulgent and lost in his visions of Venus.’


Benjamin Poore, Opera Wire

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