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Articles by Rachel Beaumont

Set piece: The challenges of re-creating a Baroque theatre for The Royal Opera’s Adriana Lecouvreur

1 February 2017

Covent Garden’s production of Cilea’s best-known work features a spectacular working model in homage to a golden age of theatre.

Listen: Koen Kessels on the power of orchestras – ‘New music is one of the ways to bring about evolution in our society’

30 January 2017

The Music Director of The Royal Ballet shares his tips for young composers and speaks about the opportunities and challenges of commissioning new music for dance.

How George Benjamin’s opera Written on Skin creates music drama for the 21st century

24 January 2017

Benjamin and playwright Martin Crimp make dramatic alchemy, as devices that distance the audience paradoxically build to potent music drama.

Dance-opera Essentials: Philip Glass and Javier De Frutos’s Les Enfants Terribles

17 January 2017

Our quick introduction to this remarkable multimedia work, inspired by Cocteau’s iconic novel.

The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party dance highlight: ‘Find your groove’

17 January 2017

Share the joy in ZooNation’s infectious, hip-hop celebration of embracing all the things that make us who we are.

Sugar and spice and all things nice: delving into The Nutcracker’s sweet history

23 December 2016

The Kingdom of Sweets is an integral part of this much-loved festive ballet, but it changes from Nutcracker to Nutcracker.

Dance Essentials: ZooNation’s The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party

9 December 2016

Our quick introduction to this fabulous hip-hop take on favourite characters from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, remixed for the unique space of the Roundhouse.

Remembering Paul Findlay, The Royal Opera’s Director of Opera 1987–93

23 November 2016

Throughout 25 years spent at the Royal Opera House in numerous roles, Findlay was committed to widening access to opera and ballet.

A trip around Handel’s London

18 November 2016

Handel made his mark, and then some – and nearly 300 years later we can still revisit some of his favourite haunts.

Puccini’s Manon Lescaut musical highlight: The intermezzo

17 November 2016

Even without vocals, Puccini's music still packs a remarkably powerful punch.

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