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Performer: Nicholas Hytner


LondonDon Carlo

Verdi: Don Carlo(s)
Richard Farnes; Nicholas Hytner; The Royal Opera; Bob Crowley; Ferruccio Furlanetto; Michael Fabiano
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Getting to the heart of Don Alfonso

Ilya Kutyukhin (Guglielmo), Bogdan Volkov (Ferrando) and José Fardilha (Don Alfonso) © Tristram Kenton
In Nicholas Hytner's chocolate box production, lovingly revived by Bruno Ravella for Glyndebourne's tour, Alfonso is the most charismatic character on the stage.

Don Carlo revival fails to completely catch fire

Bryan Hymel (Don Carlo) © ROH | Catherine Ashmore
Has Health and Safety finally caught up with the Spanish Inquisition? A flameless auto-da-fé and some low-key individual performances meant this revival took time to hit its stride. 

Verdi's Don Carlo at the Met

Great singing from veterans and some visually stunning effects light up the Met's revival of Hytner's 2010 production of Verdi's Don Carlo.

The last revival: The Magic Flute at London Coliseum

The house was full for the opening night at the London Coliseum, and there were plenty of whoops for conductor Nicholas Collon as he made his ENO debut. This year marks the 25th anniversary of ENO's celebrated production of Mozart's The Magic Flute, and this revival – the fourteenth – will be the last.

Stylishly sung San Francisco revival of Handel's "Xerxes" is not to be missed

“A revival of a revival of a revival” might describe Handel’s practice of reviving his own works. This highly acclaimed revival production of Handel's Xerxes received it best performance to date with a star-studded cast.Xerxes tells the tale of two brothers, Xerxes and Arsamenes, both competing for the same bride – Romilda.