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Zauberland, by Robert Schumann and Bernard Foccroulle

A better life in another country. A home left behind. A young woman suspended between the two. This is the subject of Zauberland (Magic Land), which is subtitled “An encounter with Schumann’s Dichterliebe.” Director Katie Mitchell—demanding, uncompromising, (sometimes exasperating)—has a genius for real-time interactive technologies. Julia Bullock, a soprano who makes frequent excursions into new work, is adored for the commitment, warmth, and depth she brings to these creations. —L.J.

Travels to: Royal Opera House, London (October 1518); UMS University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (October 2425); Lincoln Center, New York (October 2930); Opéra de Lille, Lille (December 67); La Monnaie/De Munt, Brussels (February 1115); and Opéra de Rouen, Normandie (May 1920).

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Deutsches NationalTheater und Staatskapelle Weimar Theaterpl. 2, 99423 Weimar, Germany
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