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CardiffJohn Wilson conducts Elgar

Sullivan, Bruch, Elgar
Philharmonia Orchestra; John Wilson; James Ehnes

CardiffHandel’s Messiah

Handel: El Mesías
BBC National Orchestra of Wales; John Butt; Rhian Lois; Helen Charlston; Hiroshi Amako; Matthew Brook

CardiffLewis, Woolrich, Ravel

Lewis, Woolrich, Ravel
BBC National Orchestra of Wales; Finnegan Downie Dear; Timothy Ridout

CardiffIlluminate Women's Music: Season I in Cardiff

Unknown, Slater, Boyd, Poe, Danon, Gibson
Naomi Sullivan; Kumi Matsuo

CardiffKodály, Dvořák, Brahms

Kodály, Dvořák, Brahms
BBC National Orchestra of Wales; Jaime Martín; Johannes Moser

CardiffRevueltas, Chavez, Gershwin, Copland

Revueltas, Chavez, Gershwin, Copland
BBC National Orchestra of Wales; Carlos Miguel Prieto; Daniel Ciobanu
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WNO’s belated 75th birthday party gets off to a triumphant start

WNO finally emerges from the pandemic with a performance of The Barber of Seville full of emotion and elation.

WNO’s Figaro revival crackles with humour and exudes joie de vivre

A solid Figaro in Cardiff, in which individual performances are a joy, and humour abounds. 

WNO tackles Vêpres but the vocal fireworks fail to ignite

David Pountney completes his “Verdi trilogy” for the company but although his staging has fluidity, it lacks an explosive ending... and the vocal performances disappoint. 

Carmen in Cardiff: WNO's powerful new production is a triumph

Virginie Verrez acted not with fire and ice but with gallic insouciance.

Joyce El-Khoury shines as Donizetti's Tudor queen

It is a thing of wonder that Roberto Devereux is one of Donizetti’s lesser known works. Whether on account of its challenging soprano part, or its fussy Tudor setting, it is rarely performed, but contains some of the composer’s most beautiful – and indeed memorable – arias and duets.

Bowler hats and lobsters: WNO's surreal Magic Flute returns

Dominic Cooke’s Magritte-inspired production returns to Wales Millennium Centre to keep the audience giggling.