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Articles tagged with "interview"

Listen: Wagner’s Tannhäuser – ‘It’s an amazing discovery to feel that way about music’

29 April 2016

Emma Bell, Christian Gerhaher and Hartmut Haenchen speak about Wagner’s early masterpiece.

Listen: Why has Enescu's operatic masterpiece Oedipe been neglected for so long?

21 April 2016

Conductor Leo Hussain on the baffling neglect of an innovative myth-inspired opera that fuses the sounds of Debussy and Wagner.

Joyce DiDonato on Werther: 'A role I always knew I had to sing'

2 March 2016

The mezzo-soprano discusses singing the role of Charlotte in Massenet's tragic opera.

Watch: Liam Scarlett on Frankenstein: ‘It’s essentially about love’

25 February 2016

The choreographer explains why there's more to his new full-length ballet than horror.

Getting it Right: Peter Wright on his production of Giselle

16 February 2016

Wright’s Royal Ballet production has become the must-see staging of this quintessential Romantic ballet.

Watch: Chris Addison on L’Étoile — 'Cheaper than going to watch Arsenal, and no one's waving a big flag in front of you during the good bits!'

14 January 2016

The actor and comedian spoke to Channel 4 News about his upcoming Royal Opera debut.

How the ROH Costume department create Tudor costumes for Elizabeth that are light enough to dance in

6 January 2016

Head of Costume Fay Fullerton on the challenges of re-creating Elizabethan costumes for 21st-century ballet.

‘There is a place for magic in the world’: Philip Pullman and The Firework-Maker’s Daughter

8 December 2015

The award-winning author talks about his Eastern-inspired fairytale and the importance of introducing the arts to children.

Watch: Juan Diego Flórez on swapping pop for opera – ‘I grew up with the music of The Beatles’

7 December 2015

The Peruvian tenor on the journey from singing pop songs in his mother’s pub to becoming an internationally renowned opera singer.

Listen: Antonio Pappano on Cavalleria rusticana / Pagliacci — ‘The music is always on the verge of tears’

26 November 2015

The conductor on why Mascagni and Leoncavallo’s operas, immortalized in films including The Godfather, so perfectly encapsulate Italy and its people.

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