17 April 2015
Our quick guide to Christoph Marthaler's inspired reimagining of the Liederabend.
16 April 2015
Our quick guide to this mixed programme featuring a song cycle based on the poetry of Sappho, from major contemporary composer Georg Friedrich Haas.
13 April 2015
The radical Swiss director is little known in the UK, but in mainland Europe he's recognized as one of the most distinctive and influential artists in his field.
10 April 2015
Rossini scales new heights of the ridiculous in this delightfully silly duet for two baritones.
1 April 2015
Our quick guide to Opera North and The Wrong Crowd’s new production of Jonathan Dove’s delightful folk-inspired opera, the perfect introduction for all ages.
26 March 2015
Our recent event set the ROH Student Ambassadors to the task of improving the online encyclopedia's articles on all things ballet.
25 March 2015
Our quick guide to Shobana Jeyasingh’s reimagining of the India-set classical ballet La Bayadère.
24 March 2015
The choreographer's top YouTube moments reflect her position at the forefront of British contemporary dance.
20 March 2015
The Royal Opera’s Associate Director John Fulljames invited students from the RCA’s MA programme in Critical Writing to explore his production of Weill and Brecht’s Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny.
10 March 2015
Kurt Weill thought this one of his best pieces, but it was decades before the controversial scene would be performed.