19 December 2016 at 2.48pm | 12 Comments
— Felix Leach (@felixleach) December 18, 2016
Well, I just don't know what to say in one tweet. That was an incredible performance!
Intense goosebumps! #ROHRosenkavalier
— Fraser. (@frasercontra) December 17, 2016
#ROHRosenkavalier very disappoined at performance, except conducting and orchestra. Third act barely made any sense. Glad others liked it.
— seneca (@seneca2008) December 17, 2016
Sublime at every turn, a tremendously charming production. Highlights are la Fleming and being blinded by Act2 flooring #ROHRosenkavalier
— Leeann Chen (@Leeann_Ch) December 17, 2016
#ROHRosenkavalier Well, that was rather good! A crescendo from good to amazing.
— Upper Slips Boy (@upper_slips_boy) December 17, 2016
In pieces after that final trio. A superb production of an exquisite opera. Coote, Fleming and Bevan are just brilliant!! #ROHRosenkavalier
— James David (@JamesDavid30) December 18, 2016
@YehudaShapiro Just wanted to say, probably best surtitle rendering of Rosenkavalier I've seen - certainly most poetic and sensitive.
— Richard Bratby (@RichardBratby) December 18, 2016
If that really is her operatic farewell to London, it's a glorious swan song... Renée Fleming a classy Marschallin in #ROHRosenkavalier
— Mark Pullinger (@larkingrumple) December 17, 2016
Won't give the very final moments away of #ROHRosenkavalier, but struck a perhaps unnecessarily bitter note for me. A bit too much loss?
— David Jones (@schnuckster) December 17, 2016
— Olivier Dirat (@Olivier_Dirat) December 17, 2016
Get to #ROHRosenkavalier if you possibly can. Great cast + production x Andris Nelsons = magic
— Malcolm Noble (@MagickLoge) December 17, 2016
#ROHrosenkavalier wonderful evening Renee Fleming spectacular and Alice Coote, Sophie Bevan & Matthew Rose FANTASTIC
— Ken Watters (@SW3KennethJWatt) December 18, 2016
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Der Rosenkavalier runs from 17 December 2016 – 24 January 2017. Tickets are still available.
The production is a co-production with the Metropolitan Opera, New York, Teatro Regio, Turin, and Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, and is given with generous philanthropic support from The Monument Trust, Mrs Aline Foriel-Destezet, Simon and Virginia Robertson, Susan and John Singer, the Friends of Covent Garden and The Royal Opera House Endowment Fund.