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Articles tagged with "debate"

Debate: Are intervals a frustrating distraction from the drama or a valuable break to gather thoughts?

24 February 2015

Which works do you think could do with an interval tweak?

Debate: Do you prefer going to the theatre on your own or with company?

19 February 2015

Is art best enjoyed with others or is there something special about solo theatre trips?

Debate: What do you think of operatic edits?

14 January 2015

If the drama demands it, should passages of works be cut; or should we leave works as intended by the composer?

Debate: Booing at the opera - justifiable or insufferably rude?

7 November 2014

Following a vocal booing at the opening night of Idomeneo, what do you think of the trend?

Google Glass: Can it be embraced in classical music and the arts?

14 August 2014

'Performance reconceived for the “me” generation', says one critic. Do you agree?

Debate: Informed performance - should we read up before attending a show?

26 September 2013

Does reading synopses and contextual information beforehand detract or enhance an experience?

Your reaction: Verdi vs Wagner

16 September 2013

During the Deloitte Ignite debate chaired by Stephen Fry, we asked you which composer deserved to come out on top.

Debate: What do you think of concert performances of opera?

23 July 2013

We'd like to hear your thoughts on opera as music. Do you miss the theatrical element?

First House of Commons debate about the arts in five years

18 June 2013

How to encourage your MP to take part.

La donna del lago: The telling of a national story

4 June 2013

With Scottishness in the headlines, the opera based on Sir Walter Scott's poem has never been more timely, says James Naughtie.

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