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Articles tagged with "by Richard Jones"

Living the American Dream: How opera has embraced and attacked a national ethos

1 September 2014

From cheerful go-getting lumberjacks to a city of hedonism in the desert, lyric theatre has long confronted the ideals of the USA.

Listen: Why does Anna Nicole Smith's life and death still fascinate?

28 August 2014

Former editor of Heat magazine Julian Linley on the media's reaction to Anna Nicole Smith and how social media has turned the cameras on us all.

Opera Essentials: Anna Nicole

25 August 2014

Our guide to Mark-Anthony Turnage's sensational 2011 opera.

Laughing in the face of tragedy: Black comedy in opera

21 August 2014

From Così fan tutte to Anna Nicole – operas have long come with a sharp edge.

Anna Nicole Musical Highlight: Daniel's Drug Ballad

15 August 2014

A short solo listing the drugs taken by Anna Nicole Smith's son distills the emotional essence of a tragic tale.

Opera's Russian Dolls: the opera-within-an-opera

27 June 2014

Composers from Purcell to Turnage bring the audience onstage by writing them into the music.

Opera and censorship: A history of bans and forced rewrites

8 June 2014

Political and moral agendas have seen some of history’s greatest composers put under pressure to change their work.

Watch: Cast and creative team on Anna Nicole - 'It's a mirror for our society'

6 June 2014

Go behind the scenes with Antonio Pappano, Eva-Maria Westbroek, Mark-Anthony Turnage and Richard Thomas.

How Puccini used music to portray settings

21 May 2014

From Nagasaki harbour to the wide-open plains of Louisiana, Puccini was a master of evoking a sense of place.

Antonio Pappano to be celebrated during 2014/15 Royal Opera Season

2 April 2014

The Music Director will conduct six operas, as well as the first in a series of annual symphonic concerts at Covent Garden.

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