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Articles tagged with "interview"

Young Artist Profile: Rachel Kelly - 'You can only really learn through experience’

12 January 2015

The Irish mezzo-soprano on the challenges and rewards of being a Jette Parker Young Artist, and performing in a very unique production of Orfeo at the Roundhouse.

Watch: John Fulljames on Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny - 'It's our world reflected on the stage'

5 January 2015

The director on the power of Weill and Brecht's potent satire of consumerism, and its continued relevance in the 21st century.

Watch: Moshe Leiser and Patrice Caurier on Madama Butterfly – 'It's a shocking but very important story to tell'

23 December 2014

The directors on the power and insight offered in Puccini's iconic opera, which critiques cultural imperialism.

Listen: Joseph Calleja on Un ballo in maschera – 'Opera is an amplification of human emotions'

19 December 2014

The Maltese tenor on the power of the art form, and how he portrays strong emotions on stage.

Hofesh Shechter on creating his first work for The Royal Ballet – ‘I look forward to showing them different areas and energies in the body’

5 December 2014

The Israeli choreographer and composer on creating his first work for the Company.

Watch: Moshe Leiser and Patrice Caurier on Il turco in Italia - 'It's an ode to sex'

5 December 2014

The directors on setting Rossini's opera in the 1960s and their delight at working with baritone Alessandro Corbelli.

Watch: Members of the cast and creative team on L'elisir d'amore

26 November 2014

Backstage films from the live relay of L'elisir d'amore, including Bryn Terfel on why it may be the best opera ever written.

Watch: Joseph Calleja in conversation – ‘Mimicry is the best asset a singer can have’

25 November 2014

The Maltese tenor on his musical upbringing, the challenges of opera stardom, and the role he would still love to tackle.

Young Artist Profile: Australian soprano Kiandra Howarth on following in Joan Sutherland’s footsteps

6 November 2014

Sixty-two years after La Stupenda’s Covent Garden debut, another young soprano from Down Under is in London in search of operatic stardom.

Listen: Matthew Golding – ‘Carlos Acosta knows what he wants’

3 November 2014

The Principal dancer on fulfilling a longtime aspiration in dancing Carlos Acosta’s Don Quixote

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