29 May 2019 at 4.35pm | 3 Comments
Amazing performance. Completely absorbed in the whole experience.#ROHTosca
— Sam Gascoyne (@SamGascoyne2) May 27, 2019
— zosia kam (@zosiakam) May 27, 2019
Overall a disappointing #ROHTosca that failed to rekindle past glories, but I still hold onto the hope of Grigolo’s beautiful Act 1 as possibly the best Cavaradossi here since Pavarotti. For sure we’ll get to the full Monty by the end of the run. pic.twitter.com/lqSOpGT2rF
— Attila (@attilalondon) May 28, 2019
As a music educator, it is truly heart warming to listen to how much an audience of teenagers were moved by their first experience of opera! Teenagers won’t enjoy opera - this lot beg to differ @RoyalOperaHouse #ROHtosca pic.twitter.com/BcmpGbpjjs
— Epsom College Music (@EpsomCMusic) May 24, 2019
Highlight for me was Vittorio Grigolo’s singing (and curtain calls ????????????) Enjoyed Bryn - one of his better roles IMHO. Thought Kristine Opolais took a while to warm up, but enjoyed her performance when she did. #ROHtosca
— Rachel Holland (@LowerSlipsGirl) May 30, 2019
— Emily@italyheaven (@italyheaven) May 31, 2019
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Tosca runs until 20 June 2019. Tickets are available here. Further tickets will be available via Friday Rush.
The production is staged with generous philanthropic support from Lord and Lady Laidlaw, Charles Holloway and Mr and Mrs Christopher W.T. Johnston.