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Articles tagged with "by Giuseppe Verdi"

Anvils as instruments? Why every orchestra could do with some heavy metal

22 June 2016

How an enormous block of steel became a big hit on the opera stage - and beyond.

Your Reaction: Un ballo in maschera

19 December 2014

What did you think of Katharina Thoma's production of Verdi's thrilling tragedy?

The ‘deep humanity and dark colour’ of Verdi’s I due Foscari

21 October 2014

Chorus Director Renato Balsadonna on conducting his first opera at the Royal Opera House.

Opera and censorship: A history of bans and forced rewrites

8 June 2014

Political and moral agendas have seen some of history's greatest composers put under pressure to change their work.

Thomas Hampson: A true "Mastersinger"

25 February 2013

We profile the American baritone, who appears in Simon Boccanegra this summer.