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Articles tagged with "by Jonathan Kent"

Listen: Plácido Domingo on why opera will live forever

16 February 2018

The legendary performer is back at Covent Garden to conduct Puccini's Tosca with The Royal Opera.

Watch: How do you play one of opera's greatest villains?

11 February 2018

Canadian bass-baritone Gerald Finley reveals how he gets into character, playing Scarpia in Puccini's Tosca.

What did you think of Puccini's Tosca live in cinemas 2018?

7 February 2018

Audience responses to The Royal Opera's live cinema broadcast shown across the world.

Watch: The Te Deum from Tosca performed by Gerald Finley

2 February 2018

Enjoy a menacing moment from one of opera's most memorable baddies, ahead of Tosca in cinemas on 7 February.

Watch: Insights into The Royal Opera's Tosca

24 January 2018

Join members of the cast and creative team as we explore the music and production of Tosca.

Your Reaction: What did you think of Puccini's Tosca 2018?

16 January 2018

Here's what the audience had to say about The Royal Opera's production of Puccini's thriller.

10 of opera's greatest bass-baritone roles

30 January 2017

From devils and rogues, to lovers and rulers – who says tenors have to have all the fun?

Why Manon Lescaut launched Puccini into operatic stardom

6 December 2016

After erratic progress, Puccini’s third opera led the way for the subsequent triumphs of La bohème, Tosca and Madama Butterfly.

Contemporary truths in Manon Lescaut: a powerful glimpse into modern slavery

25 November 2016

Puccini’s opera offers a rare and nuanced glimpse into exploitation and the complexities of one woman’s indecision between servitude and freedom.

Your Reaction: What did you think of Puccini's Manon Lescaut?

23 November 2016

Sondra Radvanovsky and Aleksandrs Antonenko star in the first revival of Jonathan Kent’s thought-provoking Royal Opera production.

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