14 July 2016 at 10.36pm | 11 Comments
#ROHtrovatore WOW! That Azucena is proper scary! Evil in her eyes as she emerged from her caravan. Watching this via YouTube in Minehead.
— Chris Grizzell (@ExmoorDrifter) July 14, 2016
Comfy on my sofa in Broughty Ferry, watching on YouTube. Great singing, not so sure about the weird flapping birds. #ROHTrovatore
— Liz Turner (@chirpy325) July 14, 2016
Love #rohtrovatore - gypsies, curses, burning babies, love rivals, nuns. What more can you ask for?
— Matt W (@Clavdivs1) July 14, 2016
Wow, Ekaterina Semenchuk's Azucena is impressive. Totally love her singing and acting! #ROHTrovatore
— Isa Bella (@operafangirl) July 14, 2016
— Stuart Melling (@stu_melling) July 14, 2016
BTW: what I learned at @RoyalOperaHouse. 1) Despite seeming absurd nonsense, opera can engender real tears. 2) People actually shout 'bravo'
— Ant Heald (@AntHeald) July 14, 2016
— AngWish (@angelaw1) July 14, 2016
— Adam West (@adamwest333) 14 July 2016
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Il trovatore runs 1 December 2016-8 February 2017.
Tickets go on sale to Friends of Covent Garden on 21 September 2016. General booking opens on 18 October 2016.