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Articles tagged with "Music"

Get ready for Puccini's La bohème

9 May 2012

Everything you need for the first of our BP Summer Big Screens, except the picnic.

Accessible Arias: the final scene of Richard Strauss’s Salome

13 April 2012

A severed head and a deranged princess – we take a look at what’s going on musically in Strauss’s famously gruesome opera.

Fanfare Competition - Winners Announced!

12 April 2012

Ten young people will have the chance to showcase their composing skills in front of thousands.

Sounding Out for families

5 April 2012

Stuck for things to do with the kids over the Easter holidays? Come and try music and dance at the Royal Opera House.

Yinka Shonibare to curate Deloitte Ignite 2012

20 March 2012

Artist to curate three day cultural festival bringing Africa to Covent Garden.

2012/13 season announced: Opera and Music

14 March 2012

Details of the new season, which features six new productions.

Fanfare Competition: Tips from Antonio Pappano

10 February 2012

Music Director Antonio Pappano on why 11-16 year olds should try their hand at composing for our Fanfare Competition.

Accessible arias: Sempre libera from La traviata

5 December 2011

Gavin Plumley dissects one of Verdi's most famous arias.

Voices of the Future...are in Essex

21 November 2011

Details of a new programme of professional development opportunities for teachers

Faust in popular culture

21 September 2011

From The Godfather to The Simpsons, we take a look at the Faustian theme in popular culture.

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