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Articles tagged with "by Richard Eyre"

BBC celebrates the classical voice with three weeks of special programming

18 June 2015

The season runs until 4 July 2015 and includes a four-part series presented by Antonio Pappano, the finals of BBC Cardiff Singer of the World and a broadcast of WNO’s Peter Pan.

Introducing… Sonya Yoncheva

17 June 2015

The Bulgarian soprano returns to the Royal Opera House to reprise her remarkable performances in La traviata.

Which opera would you recommend to a first-timer?

3 June 2015

Share your recommendations of the show you think is perfect for a newcomer.

Debate: What do you think of mid-performance applause?

29 May 2015

Is clapping after an aria, pas de deux or solo an appropriate display of appreciation, or does it shatter the illusion of theatre?

Verdi unpacked: A guide to the master of Italian opera

21 May 2015

The composer of La traviata, Macbeth and Otello consolidated and innovated the opera of his time.

Your reaction: La traviata 2015

19 May 2015

What did you think of Richard Eyre's production of Verdi's classic tragedy?

Opera in the City of Love: Paris as muse

13 May 2015

Composers have been inspired by everything about the French capital – from its seediness to its troubled political history – but most of all by its air of romance.

Introducing… Marina Rebeka

10 May 2015

Four years after stepping in for a single performance of La traviata, the remarkable soprano returns to the Royal Opera House.

Why are parties in opera always doomed to end in tears?

5 December 2014

Curses, seduction and murder are just the tip of the iceberg.

Venice has provided setting and inspiration for countless operas


3 October 2014

The city has an important association with the art form that reaches from I due Foscari to Death in Venice.

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