Your reaction: Les Vêpres siciliennes
What did you think of Stefan Herheim's production of Verdi's grand opera?
— Alexander Mills (@alexjosephmills) October 18, 2013
Still buzzing from last night’s #ROHVepres – such a life-enhancing experience
— Karen Richardson (@Hertsandminds) October 18, 2013
#ROHVêpres shining bright lights at the audience for finale was a real cop out and smacked of desperation. As for Schrott in a gown….
— Michael Llewellyn (@michael456789) October 17, 2013
Very pleased that Bryan Hymel got to sing ‘La brise souffle au loin’. I really thought it would be cut. #ROHVêpres
— Mark Pullinger (@Mark_Pullinger_) October 17, 2013
It’s French. It’s Verdi. It’s Herheim’s beautiful production. And Pappano conducting. It’s GRAND! #ROHVepres
— Yosh M (@yoshkosh10) October 17, 2013
Michael Volle took vocal honours for me – with some highlights from Hymel and plenty of volume from Schrott #ROHvêpres
— Ed Beveridge (@dredbeveridge) October 17, 2013
What a thought-provoking intelligent production about the nature of theatre – compellingly at one with the music #ROHVepres
— Simon Toyne (@sgtoyne) October 17, 2013
Loved #ROHVêpres, in the main.Very glad to be going again in a week,by which time I might have figured out what the heck the ending’s about.
— Ruth Elleson (@RuthElleson) October 17, 2013
Bryan Hymel as Henri and Michael Volle as Guy de Monfort in Les Vêpres siciliennes © ROH / Bill Cooper 2013
Wowed by the new production of #ROHVepres, lots of surprises, ear and eye candies. It has to be seen: at your local cinema or ROH
— Wisdom Hill (@Scarlet2046) October 17, 2013
Whatever else I may think about #ROHVepres, it certainly doesn’t stint on the eyeworms. The last 2 acts go to some very strange places.
— Mark Valencia (@MarkValencia) October 18, 2013
— Will That Be All? (@_WTBA) October 17, 2013
Had a really nice evening at #ROHVepres, singing was top and actually like the staging, smart use of volumes!
— Sebastian (@Sebastian_G_A) October 17, 2013
What did you think of Les Vêpres siciliennes?
Les Vêpres siciliennes runs from 17 October – 11 November 2013. The production will also be screened live in cinemas around the world on 4 November and is staged with the generous philanthropic support of Mrs Susan A. Olde OBE, Mrs Aline Foriel-Destezet, Mr and Mrs Baha Bassatne and The Maestro’s Circle.