15 May 2017 at 4.09pm | 6 Comments
First things first. Act 5 of Don Carlos among the best operatic music ever written #rohdoncarlo
— Ed Beveridge (@dredbeveridge) May 12, 2017
EKATERINA SEMEMCHUK'S CHEST VOICE #ROHDonCarlo
— Tiffany (@SecondNorn) May 12, 2017
On reflection #ROHDonCarlo was quite underwhelming. I much prefer Hytner as an opera director but the nuances of the score didn't appear.
— Mark Stephen Scott (@mark_scottuk) May 16, 2017
Schiller's source material was never closer to the surface than in this stunning revival of #rohdoncarlo. Thrilling ensembles and duets.
— Nick Macrae (@violanick) May 12, 2017
Under-cast. Under-conducted. Under-sung. Unintelligent production. Too often under-pitch.
— Guy Craft (@GuyCraft) May 15, 2017
Great performances at #ROHDonCarlo tonight and stunning production.
— Maria Thomas (@mariarthomas) May 12, 2017
Enjoyable, sometimes moving #rohdoncarlo tonight but which was somehow less than the sum of its many fine parts.
— David Cloke (@DavidCloke) May 15, 2017
#ROHDoncarlo Changes: the red "Lego" bricks now black, Christ has had a radical makeover & the offending extra noises in auto-da-fe reduced
— Manuela Kleeman (@manou44) May 13, 2017
— Sebastian (@Sebastian_G_A) May 12, 2017
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Don Carlo runs until 29 May 2017. Tickets are still available.
The production is staged with generous philanthropic support from Aud Jebsen, The Taylor Family Foundation, Simon and Virginia Robertson, the Patrons of Covent Garden and The Royal Opera House Endowment Fund.