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Recording of the first performance at the Festival d'Aix-en-Provence, 2012
The world premiere of Harrison Birtwistle's breathtaking opera, commissioned by The Royal Opera, brings the monstrous Minotaur to the stage.
The monstrous, Greek mythological figure is brought to the stage in the world premiere of Harrison Birtwistle's gripping opera.
Newly re-issued recording conducted by Sir Charles Mackerras, featuring Josephine Barstow's celebrated interpretation of Queen Elizabeth I.
Staged production from the ENO featuring Sarah Walker, Anthony Rolfe Johnson and Jean Rigby; conducted by Mark Elder.
Paul Daniel conducts the English Northern Sinfonia, with a cast led by Josephine Barstow and Tom Randle as Elizabeth I and Essex.
This is the first solo album from the american tenor, featuring a selection of Neapolitan songs.
Joyce DiDonato celebrates the rich dramatic variety of the mezzo-soprano voice in this collection of arias, singing male and female roles from favourite operatic stories.
Joyce DiDonato's latest album of arias from Monteverdi to Haydn and lesser known composers such as Orlandini and Porta, conducted by Alan Curtis.
This gripping recital of Handel ‘mad scenes’ is the first release from American mezzo Joyce DiDonato.
The Kansas mezzo focuses on arias Rossini wrote for his wife Isabella Colbran.
Let Mozart work a little magic - poster for the opera The Magic Flute.