The 2015 Salzburg Easter Festival programme was announced today, and the big draw is Jonas Kaufmann.
He makes role debuts in Cavalleria Rusticana and Pagliacci, topping off his Salzburg stay with the tenor part in Verdi's Requiem - all conducted by Christian Thielemann.
The rest of the four-night programme has a Russian flavour, with a symphony and a concerto each from Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich.
If you fancy going, you'd better have deep pockets. Festival tickets are notoriously pricey; this year's maxed out at €490. But with only 12% of the festival's €6m budget covered by the public purse, there isn't much scope for cuts.
To be certain of tickets, you need to buy a membership (€300, or €50 for under-35s), then a four-night subscription (€410 to €1,190). These will go on sale at the end of this month. Any single tickets not bought by members are sold later in the year (€170 to €490 for the opera).