15 March 2014 at 10.13am | 21 Comments
#ROHfrau was absolutely incredible; one of the most overwhelmingly and unexpectedly beautiful operatic performances I've seen. Thank you!
— Jeremy (@4winds7seas) March 15, 2014
Woken up with the glories of #ROHFrau still whizzing through my brain. Pankratova's 'Barak, ich hab' es nicht getan!' absolutely fearless.
— Entartete Musik (@entartetemusik) March 15, 2014
Thought I'd never hear Frau ohne Schatten as well conducted as my first time, under Dohnányi. Not sure Bychkov wasn't better still. #ROHfrau
— Mark Berry (@boulezian) March 15, 2014
I didn’t understand the very very end of #ROHFrau last night AT ALL. Don’t want to say more about it than that as it’d constitute a spoiler.
— Ruth Elleson (@RuthElleson) March 15, 2014
— Richard Bratby (@RichardBratby) March 15, 2014
How have I got to this point in my life without knowing Die Frau ohne Schatten?! Utterly glorious. Singing/playing extraordinary #ROHFrau
— Tiffany (@SecondNorn) March 15, 2014
Strauss wins again (he always does in the end) #ROHfrau Spare, taut, loud. Vintage show? Hmmm. Voice friendly? Very. Get a ticket? YES
— Hamish Forsyth (@ForsythHamish) March 14, 2014
Flawless singing, magnificent orchestra bt stilted stage movement esp wt animal masks. As if for lack of dance talent in the haus #ROHfrau
— Mil Vukovic (@MilVukovic) March 15, 2014
I was blown away by #ROHFrau tonight. Fabulous orch playing & singing under maestro Bychkov's magic wand.
— Yosh M (@yoshkosh10) March 15, 2014
#ROHfrau hilariously overblown, good moments, but the staging is really below par, and doesn't begin to cover the weakness of the music.
— Capriccio music blog (@Capriccioblog) March 14, 2014
— John Johnston (@JohnVecchio) March 14, 2014
— Tom Oxenham (@tomoxenham) March 14, 2014
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The production is staged with generous philanthropic support from Sir Simon and Lady Robertson, Hamish and Sophie Forsyth, The Friends of Covent Garden and an anonymous donor.