5 February 2019 at 12.42pm | 14 Comments
#ROHkatya is just SO SO GOOD. I adore #richardjones - his productions are ALWAYS so detailed, real and powerful. @majeskiamanda is completely heartbreaking as Kátya with a wealth of vocal and dramatic colour. @TheRoyalOpera ❤️????????☄️
— Clare Presland (@ClarePresland) February 5, 2019
— SEBASTIAN PETIT (@CURZONPRODUCT) February 5, 2019
On a high after #KatyaKabanova at the @RoyalOperaHouse. Planned to leave after the second act (school night) but my kids insisted on staying till the end. So bare & so utterly hopeless, but killer redemptive passages you want to cling to for dear life. See it! @majeskiamanda ???? pic.twitter.com/OEOsFJ8zLg
— Alex Mankowitz (@AlexMankowitz) February 4, 2019
Beautiful and devastating new production of Katya Kabanova @TheRoyalOpera tonight. @majeskiamanda absolutely stunning in the title role: so touching, believable and vulnerable. Bravi to all on and off the stage. #ROHKatya
— Aoife Miskelly (@Aoifemiskelly) February 4, 2019
#ROHKatya tonight was simply stunning! A beautifully directed and set Richard Jones production with some fine singing all round ????????????
— Zara Suzanne Fyfe (@Zarasuzanne) February 4, 2019
Blimey, that was good #ROHKatya
— Simon Toyne (@sgtoyne) February 4, 2019
#ROHkatya included some wonderful singing, but the stars of the show were the ever-brilliant @ROHchorus and the stunning band under Edward Gardner - a totally different sound. Not a boo to be heard either - quite something for a first night @TheRoyalOpera
— Malcolm Noble (@MagickLoge) February 5, 2019
The cast and the orchestra are brilliant in #ROHKatya !????????????????
— Andreas (@he_andreas) February 5, 2019
— Daniel Johnson (@hackloon) February 4, 2019
What did you think of Katya Kabanova?
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Katya Kabanova runs until 26 February. Tickets are still available.
Staged with generous philanthropic support from Hamish and Sophie Forsyth, The Taylor Family Foundation, Simon and Virginia Robertson and the Royal Opera Circle