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Articles tagged with "interview"

Listen: Vadim Muntagirov – ‘It’s a dream to dance MacMillan and Ashton ballets’

24 November 2015

The Russian dancer talks about his career to date and about life with The Royal Ballet.

Watch: Semyon Bychkov on Eugene Onegin – ‘The story that touches everyone’

23 November 2015

The acclaimed Russian conductor explores his personal response to this great Russian opera, one of his ‘first operatic loves’.

Watch: Cavalleria rusticana / Pagliacci Insight

19 November 2015

YouTube live stream features insights and live performances from the operas by Mascagni and Leoncavallo.

Listen: Director Damiano Michieletto on Cavalleria Rusticana / Pagliacci – ‘I want the audience to feel real emotions’

18 November 2015

The Italian opera director discusses his new production of the Italian verismo masterpieces.

Composer Lowell Liebermann on Liam Scarlett’s Viscera and Frankenstein: ‘A Collaborative Process’

5 November 2015

The acclaimed American composer speaks about seeing his music choreographed and the process of writing his first original score for ballet.

Watch: Rolando Villazón and Saimir Pirgu on La traviata

23 October 2015

The tenors discuss the role of Alfredo, and the power and beauty of Verdi's iconic opera.

Listen: Philip Venables on Sarah Kane’s 4.48 Psychosis: ‘Music on the Page’

22 October 2015

The composer makes his Royal Opera debut with this adaptation of Sarah Kane’s powerful final work, the first time Kane’s work has been set to music.

Listen: Nicole Car on Carmen and Eugene Onegin — 'The Royal Opera House is a Mecca for singers'

19 October 2015

The hotly tipped Australian soprano on how jazz has influenced her operatic voice and preparing for two high-profile roles at the ROH over the coming months.

Listen: Juan Diego Flórez on Orphée et Eurydice: ‘You have to let go’

30 September 2015

The Peruvian tenor discusses the profound emotional power of Gluck’s opera and his past life as a pop star.

Listen: L’Etoile is ‘not really about the plot but about the silliness of it all’

16 September 2015

French director Mariame Clément on why Chabrier’s opera may surprise London audiences.

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