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Articles tagged with "Lucia di Lammermoor"

How the world of theatre influenced Katie Mitchell's Lucia di Lammermoor

24 November 2017

Known for her thought-provoking and highly individual theatre productions, how has director Katie Mitchell shaped The Royal Opera's production of Lucia?

Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor: much more than a 'mad scene'

20 November 2017

Lucia’s famous 'mad scene' is just one part of an opera full of spectacular singing, gripping gothic drama and beautiful orchestral music.

Why Lucia di Lammermoor is one of opera's most challenging roles

3 November 2017

Soprano Lisette Oropesa explores the vocal challenges of Donizetti's tragic masterpiece.

Your Reaction: What did you think of Lucia di Lammermoor 2017?

31 October 2017

Audience reactions and press reviews to Katie Mitchell's production of Donizetti's opera.

Vlada Borovko on the thrills and challenges of performing a lead role at short notice

28 February 2017

The Russian soprano was told just an hour before curtain up that she would make her Royal Opera debut as Violetta in La traviata.

10 of opera's greatest soprano roles

15 September 2016

From the Queen of the Night to Turandot by way of Norma and Brünnhilde, we round up some of opera’s most devilishly difficult soprano roles.

8 of the greatest operatic moments in film

12 September 2016

From alien-blasting sci-fi to historical drama, opera has long soundtracked some of the silver screen's most memorable moments.

Your Reaction: Lucia di Lammermoor in cinemas

25 April 2016

What did you think of the live cinema relay of Katie Mitchell's Royal Opera production of Donizetti's tragedy?

The glass harmonica: the world's most dangerous instrument?

25 April 2016

Credited with unexplained deaths and mental breakdowns, how can 37 glass bowls cause so much chaos?

Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor relayed live to cinemas on 25 April 2016

19 April 2016

Katie Mitchell’s new Royal Opera production of the iconic bel canto tragedy will be screened in 25 countries around the world.

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