20 April 2014 at 11.51am | 12 Comments
Incredible first night of #ROHtraviata! Still hear Diana's and Demuro's voices in my head. And Dmitri Hvorostovsky! You were amazing!
— Monika Sternik (@MoSternik) April 20, 2014
Grand cast at #ROHtraviata last night! Great musical direction too but orchestra too loud at times (barely heard Violetta in act 2's climax)
— Julien Hasler (@JulienHasler) April 20, 2014
This was my third Traviata and the first time I really listened to Act 2. Psychologically intense drama #ROHtraviata
— sameerrahim (@sameerahim) April 19, 2014
— Anne Salter (@Anne_WithAn_E) April 19, 2014
A disappointing evening for me at #ROHtraviata. Despite some good singing, I got no sense of dramatic architecture/momentum. Left me cold :(
— keval shah (@KevalSShah) April 19, 2014
Great performance by #ROHtraviata. Shame half the audience had consumption as well!
— Richard Fermont (@richardfermont) April 19, 2014
Admiring , not loving Damrau;moments of great power but too considered #ROHTraviata.Is she 1st Germanic Violetta here since Betty Blackhead?
— John Johnston (@JohnVecchio) April 19, 2014
I reckon Damrau, Demuro, Hvorostovsky had a bet going as to who could sing the most bars of something in one breath ;)… #ROHTraviata
— Ruth Elleson (@RuthElleson) April 19, 2014
It’s fascinating to see the opinions of tonight’s #ROHTraviata , from full agreements to polar opposites. I love that about theatre :)
— Anna-Louise Costello (@annaweez) April 19, 2014
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La traviata runs until 20 May. Tickets are still available.
The production is generously supported by Rolex with philanthropic support from Quentin Holland