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Articles tagged with "The Royal Opera"

New scheme funded by the Kiri Te Kanawa Foundation enables The Royal Opera to support emerging artists

20 April 2015

Baritone Philip Rhodes and soprano Hulkar Sabirova selected for the 2015/16 Season.

Royal Opera House Live Cinema Season 2015/16

15 April 2015

Live Cinema Season 2015/16 includes 6 Royal Opera and 6 Royal Ballet productions screened live in cinemas across the world.

Summer Season 2015/16

15 April 2015

Highlights include a new one-act ballet by Wayne McGregor, an operatic adaptation of Sarah Kane’s 4.48 Psychosis and a new production of Verdi’s iconic tragedy Il trovatore.

Winter Season 2015/16

15 April 2015

Highlights this Season include a new Royal Opera production of Chabrier’s delightful comedy L’Etoile, Will Tuckett's Elizabeth and a Royal Ballet mixed programme devoted entirely to work by Christopher Wheeldon.

Opera and Music 2015/16

15 April 2015

Details of The Royal Opera’s 2015/16 Season have been announced.

Die Frau ohne Schatten and The Opera Machine shortlisted for RPS Music Award

31 March 2015

Claus Guth’s production of Strauss’s exotic fairytale and the extraordinary multi-camera view of Die Walküre nominated for awards.

Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny to be relayed live to cinemas across the world on 1 April 2015

31 March 2015

John Fulljames’s new production of Brecht and Weill’s satire stars Anne Sofie von Otter, Willard White and Christine Rice.

John Copley's iconic production of La bohème to be given send off with special farewell event on 23 May 2015


18 March 2015

Celebration on first night of final run will look back at a production that has seen performances by many opera greats.

New animations offer fresh take on classic operatic moments  

9 March 2015

Playful interpretations of extracts from Die Zauberflöte, Madama Butterfly, Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny and La traviata.

Your Reaction: Die Zauberflöte 2015

24 February 2015

What did you think of David McVicar's production of Mozart's fantastical comedy?

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