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Articles tagged with "Production"

Ballet Essentials: Woolf Works

27 April 2015

Our quick guide to Wayne McGregor's first full-length ballet for The Royal Ballet, inspired by the writings of Virginia Woolf.

The Royal Opera's Orphée et Eurydice to be staged as part of #HOFEST

27 April 2015

Sadler's Wells, O2 Brixton Academy and Stratford Circus will also stage work by Hofesh Shechter as part of a two-month festival in autumn 2015.

Semyon Bychkov, Richard Jones and Aleksandra Kurzak among the winners at the Opera Awards 2015

27 April 2015

The awards, now in their third year, celebrate excellence in opera and provide bursaries for emerging talent.

Creator and Destroyer: Chaos vs control in Szymanowski’s Król Roger

24 April 2015

The composer was fascinated by Nietzsche’s theories of mankind’s opposing desires for control and for chaos – theories that drive the dilemma of King Roger.

Laughing out Loud Part 2: More of our favourite comic moments in opera

24 April 2015

Look on the sunny side of opera with a handful of the art form’s jollier moments.

Watch: Christopher Carr on working with Frederick Ashton – 'You could always feel this energy around him'

23 April 2015

The Guest Principal Ballet Master discusses the creative process behind some of The Royal Ballet’s most celebrated productions.

Opera in the Real World Part 2: The historical figures behind some of opera's greatest characters

22 April 2015

Composers have often looked to the real world for operatic inspiration – though their real-life subjects often undergo some operatization on their way to the stage.

Director Netia Jones on ATTHIS - 'Darkness and light are instruments'

22 April 2015

The multimedia designer and director discusses the immersive music of Georg Friedrich Haas and how her staging can enhance the listening experience.

A Hundred Wayward Daughters: The enduring popularity of La Fille mal gardée

21 April 2015

Ashton’s 1960 production is now the most well known, but there have been hundreds of versions of the ballet since its premiere in 1789.

More than Technique: The hyper-relevant music of Georg Friedrich Haas

20 April 2015

At a time when writers of mainstream music seem to shy away from political comment, the Austrian composer is creating work that pushes boundaries.

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