1 November 2013 at 10.30am | 10 Comments
If you live in Londonengland and don't have a ticket for #ROHWozzeck why not? One of the most harrowing & gripping shows I've seen at ROH
— Operatraveller (@Operatraveller) October 31, 2013
Whilst #ROHWozzeck is certainly not an 'easy' piece to listen to, Elder held masterful control & some moments were certainly very beautiful.
— Tom Oxenham (@tomoxenham) November 1, 2013
Quite something to hear one great Wozzeck in a year but to have two, fascinatingly complementary peformances from ENO and ROH! #ROHWozzeck
— Mark Berry (@boulezian) November 1, 2013
Haunting is #ROHWozzeck. How appropriate to see it at Halloween!!
— Wisdom Hill (@Scarlet2046) October 31, 2013
Back from #ROHWozzeck. Somewhat devastated. Keenlyside and Matilla superb. Elder produced power and clarity from excellent ROH orchestra
— Phillip Wood (@Phillip_Wood) October 31, 2013
Wozzeck at ROH - not as good as ENO's, but worth it for some amazing David Blaine-style escapology in the drowning scene...
— Tom Coult (@tomcoult) October 31, 2013
Mad doctor, ghostly musicians, zombie partygoers, bloodied water tank: tonight's Halloween couldn't have been darker. #ROHWozzeck
— Mari Griffith (@marigriff) October 31, 2013
— Richard Ford (@_richard_ford) October 31, 2013
Had forgotten how shattering and devastating that production of #ROHwozzeck is! Need a lie down now...
— Alexander Mills (@alexjosephmills) October 31, 2013
A bit traumatised by Wozzeck's death this evening. Props to Simon Keenlyside. And Sir Mark Elder. #ROHWozzeck
— Tim Foxon (@timfoxon) October 31, 2013
— Eleanor Ross (@eleanorruthross) November 1, 2013
In shock after #ROHWozzeck. One of the very very best shows I've seen at ROH in 3 years. Immense conducting, orchestra, production and cast.
— Jaime Irurzun (@jirurzung) October 31, 2013
What did you think of The Royal Opera's Wozzeck?