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Articles tagged with "interview"

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.

A Modern Orpheus: Django Reinhardt, gypsy jazz and Little Bulb Theatre’s Orpheus

16 September 2015

Little Bulb Theatre’s music director Dominic Conway talks about his love of Django and the challenges of representing two musical virtuosos at once.

Watch: Georg Friedrich Haas on Morgen und Abend — 'Don't expect harmonies...'

3 August 2015

The Austrian composer speaks about his new opera, which follows the experience of a man moving from life to death.

The Sky's the Limit: Vadim Muntagirov reflects on his first year with The Royal Ballet

27 July 2015

The young Russian Principal on his story so far, and what challenges lie ahead.

Watch: Carlos Acosta on Cubanía and his future plans — 'I want to transition to contemporary dance while I'm at the top'

23 July 2015

The Havana-born Principal Guest Artist talks to Jon Snow about his Latin-flavoured mixed programme, his childhood and the recent political changes in Cuba.

Listen: Eva-Maria Westbroek on Cavalleria rusticana — 'I can go wild!'

14 July 2015

The Dutch soprano on her love of verismo and the charms of Mascagni's opera.

‘If you reach just one person through music, that is enough’ - Carmen Giannattasio on the challenges of being an opera singer

22 June 2015

From gentle Mimì to regal bitch, soprano Carmen Giannattasio has surmounted immense challenges in her operatic roles as well as her private life.

Soprano Anna Devin - ‘Opera is all about communication and expressing yourself on stage. It’s up to you how you get there’

11 June 2015

Former Jette Parker Young Artist on how opera has helped her tackle dyslexia, and returning to Covent Garden to perform Falstaff.

Watch: Carlos Acosta on choreographing and dancing in Don Quixote – 'You don't rest!'

28 May 2015

With Don Quixote heading to the USA for The Royal Ballet's summer tour, Carlos Acosta reflects on his first work for the Company.

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