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Música clásica, ópera, ballet y danza en West Horsley, Reino Unido

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Britten's cinderella opera? Owen Wingrave from Grange Park Opera

Ross Ramgobin (Owen Wingrave) © Grange Park Opera
Conceived for television and first seen on BBC2 in May 1971, Owen Wingrave should lend itself to creative staging and the small screen. Does this new film convince? 

Into the Woods: Hansel and Gretel at Grange Park Opera

Soraya Mafi (Gretel) and Caitlin Hulcup (Hansel) © Richard Hubert Smith
Darkness sits alongside comedy in a new production of Humperdinck's delicious children's opera.

Polished Porgy: Gershwin triumphs in Surrey

Laquita Mitchell (Bess) and Musa Ngqungwana (Porgy) © Richard Hubert Smith

Grange Park Opera’s new production of Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess makes for a searingly effective evening of music and drama.

Don Carlo at Grange Park Opera: gripping and powerfully sung

Brett Polegato (Rodrigo), Leonardo Capalbo (Carlo) © Robert Workman
Verdi's most political of operas brilliantly highlights the juxtaposition of personal desires and political imperatives

Romantic love blooms in the lost garden of West Horsley

Olena Tokar (Juliette) and David Junghoon Kim (Roméo) © Robert Workman
Olena Tokar's assured coloratura made an immediate success of the waltz with her convincingly adolescent appearance, rhythmic verve and stylish phrasing.

Country-house Ball: Verdi at Grange Park Opera

Claire Rutter (Amelia) and Vincenzo Costanzo (Riccardo) © Robert Workman
Grange Park Opera’s enjoyable new production of Verdi’s Un ballo in maschera looks a little homespun on stage, but has plenty of musical compensations.