27 June 2017 at 12.51pm | 19 Comments
#ROHMitridate was a lot of fun last night. I enjoyed the stylised production & the vibrant costumes & much lovely singing.
— Deborah Marson (@debmarson) June 27, 2017
Really enjoyed #ROHMitridate. Sublime melodies, yes, but to me the beautifully realised production was all about rhythm. Ravishing stuff.
— Adrian (@Adrian_Specs) June 27, 2017
Lucy Crowe is such a natural Mozartian. She sang beautifully with effortless ease. She was certainly the female stand-out #ROHMitridate
— Nahoko Gotoh 後藤菜穂子 (@nahokomusic) June 26, 2017
— Jamie Henderson (@jsdhenderson) June 26, 2017
#ROHmitridate Bonkers but brilliant
— Jonathan Gibson (@jongib) June 26, 2017
Feel a bit like the odd one out looking at the reaction to #ROHMitridate. I thought it was vocally patchy and problematically staged.
— James David (@JamesDavid30) June 26, 2017
— Malcolm Noble (@MagickLoge) June 26, 2017
I enjoyed far more than I expected. Very fine singers and the production did a good job (to me anyway ????). #ROHmitridate
— N Jones (@Schnuckms) June 26, 2017
— James Dray (@Drayjames) June 26, 2017
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Mitridate, re di Ponto runs until 7 July 2017. Tickets are still available.
The production is given with generous philanthropic support from Hélène and Jean Peters.