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Articles tagged with "by Netia Jones"

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.