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Your reaction: L'Ormindo 2014

What did you think of Kasper Holten's Royal Opera production at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse?

By Chris Shipman (Head of Brand Engagement and Social Media)

26 March 2014 at 10.02am | 4 Comments

Press reviews:
Guardian ★★★★★
Evening Standard ★★★★★
Independent ★★★★★
Telegraph ★★★★
Arts Desk ★★★★

What did you think of L'Ormindo?

L’Ormindo runs until 12 April 2014 at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Shakespeare’s Globe. Tickets are still available via the Globe’s website.
The production is given with generous philanthropic support from Sir Simon and Lady Robertson.

By Chris Shipman (Head of Brand Engagement and Social Media)

26 March 2014 at 10.02am

This article has been categorised Opera and tagged baroque, by Kasper Holten, L'Ormindo, Production, review, Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Shakespeare's Globe, Social Media, twitter, your reaction

This article has 4 comments

  1. Nigel Ansley-Young responded on 3 April 2014 at 1:03pm Reply

    What a triumph. More please.

  2. Jo - from Yorks responded on 10 April 2014 at 8:46am Reply

    A most extraordinary, unforgettable & hugely enjoyable production in a most exquisite setting. A mighty "congratulations" to everyone involved. Such a talented bunch of singers and players and a visual feast with amazing costumes. Raymond Leppard can rest assured that Cavalli is alive and well! Many thanks to R.O.H for this wonderful collaboration with The Globe Theatre - more please!

  3. greg responded on 14 April 2014 at 10:39pm Reply

    Loved seeing L'Ormindo in such a spectacular setting. But please don't let this stop the ROH putting on Baroque opera in its main house. We need more Handel with world class singers..

  4. Oliver Doyle responded on 17 April 2014 at 4:27pm Reply

    I wasn't able to see the production but have listened to it non-stop since it aired on bbc 3. Absolutely wonderful production, please do more! a L'Artemisia or Didone would be wonderful. Early opera doesn't get enough coverage here in the Uk.

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