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Articles categorised as "Off stage"

Olivier Awards 2018: The Royal Ballet's Flight Pattern and The Royal Opera's Semiramide win

9 April 2018

The Royal Opera House won three awards at this year's ceremony.

Applications open for all-female opera conducting course

8 March 2018

The Royal Opera House, the National Opera Studio and the RPS Women Conductors Programme is piloting a free, week-long course for opera conducting.

Count down to Christmas with the Royal Opera House Advent Calendar 2017

12 December 2017

Each day, we're publishing a short festive film on our Instagram channel - here's a selection of our favourites so far.

Watch: A performance from Romanian tenor Teodor Ilincai

11 December 2017

The tenor performed music from Madama Butterfly at an event hosted at the Romanian Cultural Institute in Central London.

Your Reaction: What did you think of Opera: Passion, Power and Politics at the V&A?

6 November 2017

Audience responses to the new exhibition exploring 400 years of opera, created in collaboration between the Royal Opera House and the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Peter Hall: A look back at the director's highlights with The Royal Opera

12 September 2017

The late English director created several great productions with The Royal Opera.

Pick of the Proms: 5 BBC Proms you won’t want to miss

1 September 2017

As the BBC Proms Season comes to a close this month, we take a look back at five of the best for opera and ballet fans, now available on BBC iPlayer.

Guess the operas and ballets from the emoji

18 July 2017

We challenged our Twitter followers to guess 20 plots as told through a series of icons on #WorldEmojiDay.

Royal Opera House to continue receiving government investment until 2022

27 June 2017

Chief Executive Alex Beard responds to announcement from Arts Council England which amounts to 3% cut in funding.

Watch: Why composers and directors can't resist adapting the works of Shakespeare

15 May 2017

Nicholas Hytner, Keith Warner and Joby Talbot explore the Bard's legacy within opera and ballet.

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