‘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.
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.
19 March 2015
The award-winning ballerina reveals how she moved from contemporary dance to ballet, and the challenge of balancing dance with being a mother.
3 March 2015
Conductor Mark Wigglesworth and mezzo-soprano Christine Rice discuss the juxtaposition of music and text in Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny.
Listen: Toby Spence on Die Zauberflöte – ‘I can't think of an opera that engages so wholeheartedly with humanity’s biggest questions’
13 February 2015
English tenor Toby Spence discusses the very essence of Mozart’s masterpiece.
4 February 2015
The Royal Ballet dancers on John Cranko's masterpiece and the challenges of performing the demanding title role.
30 January 2015
The Royal Ballet Russian Principal discusses the challenge of taking on the complex role of Tatiana.
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.