24 January 2017
Under-appreciated for centuries, the countertenor now storms the operatic stage.
15 September 2016
From the Queen of the Night to Turandot by way of Norma and Brünnhilde, we round up some of opera’s most devilishly difficult soprano roles.
13 June 2016
With distinctive warm tones and a wide vocal range, Verdi realized the mezzo's potential - with exciting consequences.
4 March 2016
Our quick introduction to Gerald Barry’s bonkers and brilliant adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s much-loved comedy.
7 September 2015
Streaming platform to offer more opportunities to catch productions from Europe’s top opera houses during the coming season.
27 October 2014
The works from this award-winning and versatile choreographer are astonishing for their psychological depth.
Composer Francisco Coll on Café Kafka: 'To write an opera in the era of cinema, you must find new kinds of narrative'
12 March 2014
The composer on Kafka and his relationship with Thomas Adès in the run-up to the premiere of his debut opera.