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Articles tagged with "John Fulljames"

Applications open for Guildhall School's MA in Opera Making & Writing

24 February 2016

Masters programme for aspiring composers and writers allows participants to focus on how new opera is created, developed and performed.

Opera Essentials: The Firework-Maker’s Daughter

1 December 2015

Our quick introduction to this family opera inspired by Philip Pullman’s captivating fairytale.

Na’ama Zisser to become Doctoral Composer-in-Residence at Guildhall School of Music and Drama

9 September 2015

Composer will present a major work at the Royal Opera House at the end of her residency.

Opera Essentials: Orphée et Eurydice

27 August 2015

Our quick introduction to Gluck’s revolutionary opera, inspired by the Greek myth of Orpheus.

Sky Arts set to broadcast seven ROH productions during autumn 2015

24 August 2015

A number of recent Royal Opera and Royal Ballet productions will be shown on Sky Arts over the coming months.

Watch: John Fulljames and Hofesh Shechter on their new production of Orphée et Eurydice

26 June 2015

New production of Gluck's most popular work features the Monteverdi Choir and English Baroque Soloists, conducted by John Eliot Gardiner.

Your Reaction: Devoted and Disgruntled: What are we going to do about Opera?

8 June 2015

Passionate discussion brought together a cross-section of the operatic community to discuss future of opera.

Unprecedented collaboration between the Royal College of Art and Royal Opera House

20 March 2015

The Royal Opera’s Associate Director John Fulljames invited students from the RCA’s MA programme in Critical Writing to explore his production of Weill and Brecht’s Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny.

Watch: Will Self event live-streamed for free

27 February 2015

Watch the novelist and journalist challenge the purpose of opera and the organizations that create it.

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.

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