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Articles tagged with "by Katie Mitchell"

Your Reaction: What did you think of Lessons in Love and Violence?

11 May 2018

Audience responses to the world premiere of George Benjamin and Martin Crimp's new opera.

Watch: A first glimpse of The Royal Opera's Lessons in Love and Violence

2 May 2018

Before the opera's world premiere, a first chance to hear extracts from George Benjamin's score, as well as insights from the cast and creative team.

How the world of theatre influenced Katie Mitchell's Lucia di Lammermoor

24 November 2017

Known for her thought-provoking and highly individual theatre productions, how has director Katie Mitchell shaped The Royal Opera's production of Lucia?

Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor: much more than a 'mad scene'

20 November 2017

Lucia’s famous 'mad scene' is just one part of an opera full of spectacular singing, gripping gothic drama and beautiful orchestral music.

Why Lucia di Lammermoor is one of opera's most challenging roles

3 November 2017

Soprano Lisette Oropesa explores the vocal challenges of Donizetti's tragic masterpiece.

Your Reaction: What did you think of Lucia di Lammermoor 2017?

31 October 2017

Audience reactions and press reviews to Katie Mitchell's production of Donizetti's opera.

How The Royal Opera has kept opera looking forward for more than three hundred years

25 May 2017

The ROH has been home to major opera premieres dating all the way back to our first resident composer Handel – as material from ROH Collections shows.

New opera by George Benjamin and Martin Crimp announced

31 January 2017

Following the success of Written on Skin, Lessons in Love and Violence will have its world premiere on 10 May 2018.

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?

Angels, devils, fools and women: exploring the role of the countertenor

24 January 2017

Under-appreciated for centuries, the countertenor now storms the operatic stage.

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