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Articles tagged with "Simon Boccanegra"

Venice has provided setting and inspiration for countless operas


3 October 2014

The city has an important association with the art form that reaches from I due Foscari to Death in Venice.

Operatic Pacifism

30 January 2014

In preparation for English Touring Opera's production of King Priam, we look at how pacifist ideals have influenced opera in the last century.

Watch: ROH event with Stephen Fry and Alan Davies to be live-streamed through Twitter


19 September 2013

A team of scientists joins us on 29 September to explore what great art does to our bodies.

The Science of Opera: Stephen Fry and Alan Davies explore physiological effects of great art

7 August 2013

Duo hooked up to medical gadgetry to ascertain cause of goose bumps and shivers down the spine.

Debate: What do you think of concert performances of opera?

23 July 2013

We'd like to hear your thoughts on opera as music. Do you miss the theatrical element?

ROH 2012/13 Season in review

22 July 2013

We asked our social media following for their favourite productions of the Season. What were yours?

Watch: Antonio Pappano on The Royal Opera's performance in Birmingham

4 July 2013

The conductor speaks about the importance of performing away from Covent Garden.

Your reaction: Simon Boccanegra

28 June 2013

A selection of audience tweets from the first night of Elijah Moshinsky's production of Verdi's political thriller.

Musical highlight: ‘Orfanella il tetto umile…Figlia! A tal nome palpito’ from Simon Boccanegra

27 June 2013

A look at one of Verdi’s finest duets, which sees the emotional reunion of a father and his daughter.

Watch: Antonio Pappano on Simon Boccanegra

27 June 2013

The conductor and Music Director of The Royal Opera on why Verdi’s opera is one of his favourites.

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