11 October 2015 at 2.14pm | 8 Comments
Last night at #ROHAriadne reminded me why I fell in love with opera: a piece new to me, perfectly sung, played and staged, transported me.
— Josh Spero (@joshspero) October 11, 2015
Wonderful scenes last night at #ROHariadne Woderfully sung and performed, with the emotion almost cathcing you off-guard. Beautiful.
— Jonw5555 (@Jonw5555) October 11, 2015
— Keith McDonnell (@keithmc101) October 10, 2015
She snatches breaths in places she shouldn't, and doesn't even attempt to float the high Bb's, but Karita is still GLORIOUS in #ROHAriadne.
— Guy Craft (@GuyCraft) October 10, 2015
At her curtain call Karita Mattila seemed overwhelmed by our ovations. She deserved them all. Great depth and poise from her in #ROHAriadne.
— Nick Wellings (@Nick_Wellings) October 10, 2015
— Operatraveller (@Operatraveller) October 10, 2015
Really enjoyed #ROHAriadne last night! Interesting opera, sublime music. Shame audience couldn't contain clapping until end though
— sɯɐıןןıʍ uoɯıs (@jazzersi) October 11, 2015
Life, love and a backdrop of stars. Karita Mattila is utterly mesmerising #ROHAriadne
— Stephanie Cobb (@miss_cobb) October 11, 2015
In a bit of a daze after an overwhelming performance of #ROHariadne Even more gorgeous than last time.
— Simon Leeson (@SimonLeeson1) October 10, 2015
What did you think of Ariadne auf Naxos? Let us know via the comments below.
Ariadne auf Naxos runs until 16 October 2015. Limited tickets are still available.
The production is staged with generous philanthropic support from Mrs Aline Foriel-Destezet.