What is the most inappropriate and unhelpful way to release new season details? Chasing Twitter's tail is the online magazine: old media in the ill-fitting clothes of the new. Scattering information here there and everywhere, sacrificing content to design, and entirely unsearchable. Online magazines work for image-rich content consumed in a single sequence. They don't work for reams of wordy, multi-layered data. You want to know when a particular opera's being shown, or if a certain artiste is appearing? Good luck - and congratulations if it takes you less than 50 page flips to find out.
Semperoper Dresden have a perfectly good website, but they've chosen instead to release next season's details via magazine. Somewhere in there you'll find new productions of Le nozze di Figaro (directed by Johannes Erath) and Der Freischutz (directed by Axel Köhler and conducted by Christian Thielemann). Thielemann also conducts Anja Harteros in Der Rosenkavalier.
Autumn's starry Strauss sequence - Arabella, Capriccio, Daphne, Thielemann, Fleming, Hampson - is already on sale (if not sold out). The rest goes on sale on 28 March. With luck the website might be updated by then. You will need to move quickly for the Rosenkavalier, by the way.