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Articles tagged with "by Netia Jones"

Listen: Georg Friedrich Haas on opera as collaboration

24 April 2015

The Austrian composer of ATTHIS and Morgen und Abend introduces his music.

Director Netia Jones on ATTHIS - 'Darkness and light are instruments'

22 April 2015

The multimedia designer and director discusses the immersive music of Georg Friedrich Haas and how her staging can enhance the listening experience.

More than Technique: The hyper-relevant music of Georg Friedrich Haas

20 April 2015

At a time when writers of mainstream music seem to shy away from political comment, the Austrian composer is creating work that pushes boundaries.

Music Essentials: ATTHIS

16 April 2015

Our quick guide to this mixed programme featuring a song cycle based on the poetry of Sappho, from major contemporary composer Georg Friedrich Haas.

Spring Season 2014/15

28 March 2014

Kasper Holten’s new production of Karol Szymanowski’s Król Roger opens in the Spring Season. Royal Ballet highlights include Frederick Ashton’s English classic La Fille mal gardée, and a new work by leading choreographer Hofesh Shechter.

Kafka Fragments: 'The perfect marriage of text and music'

26 March 2013

Director Netia Jones and soprano Claire Booth on Kurtág’s song-cycle.

World Book Day 2013: Your dream operas and ballets based on literature

7 March 2013

From Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas to 1984: The Ballet, your fantasy works.

Franz Kafka: Cryptic, confessional, aphoristic

28 February 2013

Ahead of Kafka Fragments and The Metamorphosis, a look at the iconic writer’s work and worldview.