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Articles tagged with "by Keith Warner"

Cancellation: Orpheus at Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

15 November 2015

Final performance of the run on 15 November cannot go ahead due to singer illness.

Some things are better left unsung: Why composers use speech in opera

2 November 2015

Composers have long explored the gamut of vocal expression from a whisper to a scream.

Your Reaction: Orpheus at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

26 October 2015

What did you think of Keith Warner's Royal Opera production of Rossi's baroque opera, staged at Shakespeare's Globe's Jacobean playhouse?

Cast change: Siobhan Stagg to sing in first six dates of Orpheus at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

22 October 2015

Australian soprano to sing the role from the gallery for two performances, followed by four full performances.

Opera Essentials: Luigi Rossi’s Orpheus at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

21 October 2015

Our quick introduction to this fabulous Baroque opera.

Orpheus Musical Highlight: ‘Mio ben teco’

16 October 2015

An effortless and moving statement of undying love, this aria from opera's earliest years by Luigi Rossi deserves to be far better known.

Don’t Look Now: Operatic responses to Orpheus

15 September 2015

Why does he look back? The Royal Opera’s five Orpheus works this year each give very different answers.

Opera Essentials: Peter Pan

21 July 2015

Our quick introduction to Richard Ayres’s enchanting opera, inspired by J.M. Barrie’s classic characters.

Childlike and wise, fantastical and truthful: Introducing the music of Richard Ayres

10 July 2015

The composer of Peter Pan has made a name for himself melding madcap whimsy with solitary melancholy – an ideal context for J.M. Barrie’s tale of the boy who refuses to grow up.

Irresistible stories: Myth and art

22 June 2015

Fantastical stories thousands of years old continue to influence today’s most prominent artists.

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