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Articles tagged with "interview"

Listen: Plácido Domingo on why opera will live forever

16 February 2018

The legendary performer is back at Covent Garden to conduct Puccini's Tosca with The Royal Opera.

Watch: Francesca Hayward reveals her 5 favourite objects

8 February 2018

Speaking to Vogue, the Principal of The Royal Ballet shares the objects that have inspired her throughout her career.

Watch: Highlights from The Royal Ballet's contribution to World Ballet Day 2017

6 October 2017

The Company offered a unique backstage glimpse as part of this year's event.

Listen: Behind the scenes at The Royal Ballet with Crystal Pite

2 August 2017

BBC Radio 4 documented the creative process with the choreographer during rehearsals for her Royal Ballet debut, Flight Pattern

Pretty Yende’s opera journey: ‘Music is a gift to humanity’

9 June 2017

The award-winning South African soprano reflects on her musical journey, from church hymns with her grandmother to the world’s top opera houses.

Watch: Insights into Thomas Adès' opera The Exterminating Angel

23 March 2017

Get a unique glimpse into The Royal Opera's new production with the composer, director and singers including John Tomlinson and Anne Sofie von Otter.

Crystal Pite: Flight Pattern is my way of coping with the world at the moment

9 March 2017

The Canadian choreographer's new work for The Royal Ballet addresses the refugee crisis.

Why Wagner's Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg is an opera for our times

6 March 2017

Wagner may have written his opera in the 19th century, but its themes of tension between populism and elitism make it strikingly relevant today.

Listen: Koen Kessels on the power of orchestras – ‘New music is one of the ways to bring about evolution in our society’

30 January 2017

The Music Director of The Royal Ballet shares his tips for young composers and speaks about the opportunities and challenges of commissioning new music for dance.

'Theatre has an obligation to explore sexuality': Javier De Frutos on Les Enfants Terribles

27 January 2017

The choreographer and director talks Cocteau, Glass and the power of great art in his dance-theatre production.

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