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Articles tagged with "podcast"

Listen: Matthew Golding – ‘Carlos Acosta knows what he wants’

3 November 2014

The Principal dancer on fulfilling a longtime aspiration in dancing Carlos Acosta’s Don Quixote

Listen: Marc Minkowski – 'Finding the right sound'

20 October 2014

We spoke to the conductor about his Royal Opera debut, Mozart, Verdi and his love of horses.

Listen: Antonio Pappano - 'Every note must be theatrical. Every note is important'

13 October 2014

The Music Director of The Royal Opera on opera in cinemas, the pressure on singers, and his thoughts on concept-led 'Regietheater'.

Listen: Can the arts help people better understand mental illness?

9 October 2014

We speak to one of the creators of new ballet Cassandra, and to a consultant psychiatrist, about understanding and representing psychosis on stage.

Listen: Why does Anna Nicole Smith's life and death still fascinate?

28 August 2014

Former editor of Heat magazine Julian Linley on the media's reaction to Anna Nicole Smith and how social media has turned the cameras on us all.

Listen: Purity of style and Swan Lake with a happy ending, what makes the Mariinsky Ballet unique?

30 July 2014

Sarah Crompton talks about the company’s distinctive style and the dancers she’s looking forward to watching in summer 2014.

Listen: Christopher Wheeldon on his inspired creative partnership with Wendy Whelan

23 July 2014

The Royal Ballet Artistic Associate has made more ballets on the American dancer than on any other ballerina.

Listen: Directors Moshe Leiser and Patrice Caurier on the 'human truth' of Maria Stuarda

9 July 2014

Beauty, politics and violence in Donizetti’s historical opera.

Listen: Leo Nucci on playing Nabucco

28 March 2013

The Italian baritone on Verdi as a towering figure of Italian art, and his own childhood.

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