22 December 2014 at 3.36pm | 32 Comments
This competition is now closed. Thanks to all those who entered.
With 2014 drawing to a close, we want to know what your Royal Opera highlights of the year were.
Perhaps it was the psychological drama of Die frau ohne Schatten or the baroque delights of L’Ormindo that topped your list; or maybe it was the classic tunes of La traviata or Dialogues des Carmélites’ stark poignancy that gripped you most. Whichever production you enjoyed the most, share it for the chance to win a pair of tickets to Madama Butterfly.
Here are a selection of your favourites from our Twitter following:
— Diego Vilarino (@diegovilarino) December 22, 2014
— Shyam Bhatt (@_ShyamBhatt) December 22, 2014
— AB (@mancunianpinko) December 22, 2014
— Andrew Holden (@orlandowalden) December 22, 2014
— Jonathan Coulton (@JonathanCoulto1) December 22, 2014
#ROHreview2014 highlights: the charming L'Ormindo - lovely turns by Sam Boden, Susanna Hurrell & Joelle Harvey, beautiful playing by EOC.
— Jamie Henderson (@jsdhenderson) December 22, 2014
What were your Royal Opera highlights of 2014?
Competition terms and conditions: The 2014 Royal Opera review competition prize is two tickets to Madama Butterfly on 23 March 2015 (evening performance). Closing date for entry is 31 December 2014. The winner will be notified by 6 January 2015. All aspects of the prize are non-refundable, non-transferable and cannot be exchanged for another date. Travel or accommodation costs are not included in the prize. This prize draw can only be entered by tweeting with #ROHreview2014 or by commenting on this blog post.