29 December 2016 at 4.13pm | 43 Comments
As the curtain comes down on an eventful year, we're taking a look back at your highlights from a year of performances on the Royal Opera House stage.
Perhaps you were tickled by Shostakovich's wonderfully wacky opera, The Nose, on stage in the autumn? Maybe you were bowled over by the much-discussed production of Lucia di Lammermoor back in April/May, or did you fall in love with Puccini's operatic tryptich, Il trittico? Did you discover a new composer, or an opera you'd never seen before?
Whether you were wowed by Werther or bowled over by Boris Godunov, we'd love to hear your favourite moments of 2016. Anyone who comments on this blog or shares their thoughts via Twitter using the hashtag #ROHreview2016 will be entered into a prize draw to win two tickets to George Benjamin's highly acclaimed opera Written on Skin.
Here are some of your favourites via Twitter:
#ROHreview2016 The Nose did it for me. One ticked off the bucket list. Great fun.
— Ciarán O'Meara (@ciaranbernard2) December 30, 2016
— Mary Heffs (@HeffsM) December 30, 2016
— Beverley Vong (@bbvong) December 30, 2016
— Emile Myburgh (@emilemyburgh) December 29, 2016
What were your Royal Opera highlights of 2016?
Let us know via the comments below.
Competition terms and conditions: The 2016 Royal Opera review competition prize is two tickets to Written on Skin on 30 January 2017 . Closing date for entry is 4 January 2017. The winner will be notified by 6 January 2017. 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 #ROHreview2016 or by commenting on this blog post.