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Articles tagged with "Giuseppe Verdi"

Thomas Hampson on Simon Boccanegra: ‘Dramatic, beautiful and rewarding’

11 April 2013

The American baritone on how the piece reflects Verdi’s own life, opera as theatre and his philanthropic work.

Your reaction: Daniele Abbado's production of Nabucco 2013

2 April 2013

A selection of audience tweets from the first performances of Verdi's epic.

Listen: Leo Nucci on playing Nabucco

28 March 2013

The Italian baritone on Verdi as a towering figure of Italian art, and his own childhood.

Operatic Dead Ends

12 February 2013

From La bohème to Tristan und Isolde, a look at musical representations of famous final moments.

Accessible Arias: 'Va pensiero' from Nabucco

11 February 2013

A look at Verdi's famous Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves, Italy's unofficial national anthem.

Your chance to sing with The Royal Opera

18 December 2012

Send us a clip of you singing 'Va Pensiero' from Nabucco and you could be part of our Royal Opera LIVE streaming day.

Watch: Antonio Pappano introducing Verdi’s Otello

12 July 2012

Royal Opera House Music Director Tony Pappano recently introduced the music of Verdi’s Otello as part of an Insights evening.

Macbeth, Verdi, Shakespeare: 10 things you might not know

19 May 2011

Ten facts about Verdi's operatic take on a favourite by the Bard.

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