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Articles tagged with "by John Fulljames"

Rediscovering lost operas: The fluctuating fortunes of your favourite works

17 October 2014

With artworks hostage to fashion and cultural sentiment, why a little digging might unearth a new classic.

Living the American Dream: How opera has embraced and attacked a national ethos

1 September 2014

From cheerful go-getting lumberjacks to a city of hedonism in the desert, lyric theatre has long confronted the ideals of the USA.

Laughing in the face of tragedy: Black comedy in opera

21 August 2014

Anna Nicole is just the tip of an iceberg – operas have long come with a sharp edge.

Luca Francesconi’s Quartett to be broadcast on BBC Radio 3 on 5 July 2014 at 10pm

30 June 2014

Leigh Melrose and Kristin Chávez's fiendishly complex vocal performance is accompanied by the London Sinfonietta.

Operageddon: Musings on the end of the world

24 June 2014

Opera has always flirted with catastrophic events. We look at how opera composers and directors have faced the apocalypse.

Your reaction: Quartett

19 June 2014

What did you think of John Fulljames's production of Luca Francesconi's post-apocalyptic opera?

Antonio Pappano on Quartett: ‘Written on Skin is a good reference for the beauty and harrowing intensity of Luca’s music’

17 June 2014

Royal Opera House Music Director on why Luca Francesconi’s opera is not to be missed.

Quartett: Terrorism and protest in the last days of the Soviet Union

12 June 2014

Forget white wigs and beauty spots – Heiner Müller’s version of Dangerous Liaisons goes to a very different world.

The Feeling’s Mutual: Why classical and electronic music aren’t the polar opposites you might expect

27 May 2014

Luca Francesconi's opera Quartett follows in the footsteps of Björk, Max Richter and Aphex Twin.

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