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Alcina
Handel: Alcina
Laurence Cummings; Tim Albery; Opera North; Hannah Clark; Máire Flavin; Patrick Terry

NottinghamAlcinaNew production

Alcina
Handel: Alcina
Laurence Cummings; Tim Albery; Opera North; Hannah Clark; Máire Flavin; Patrick Terry

SalfordAlcinaNew production

Alcina
Handel: Alcina
Laurence Cummings; Tim Albery; Opera North; Hannah Clark; Máire Flavin; Patrick Terry
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Berenice at the Linbury: Handel meets Gilbert and Sullivan

Claire Booth (Berenice) © ROH | Clive Barda
Visual eye candy, excellent singing and superb Handelian playing by Laurence Cummings and the London Handel Orchestra are marred by poor diction and limited acting expressivity.

Venables sets free the music in Kane’s 4.48 Psychosis

Gweneth-Ann Rand © Paula Court
Venables conceived a wealth of acoustic and visual components that constantly overlap and interact.

Kevin Puts’ Silent Night given its UK première

Quirijn de Lang (Lt Audebert), Richard Burkhard (Lt Horstmayer) and Timothy Nelson (Lt Gordon) © Tristram Kenton
Opera North's triumphant UK première production of Silent Night by Kevin Puts is directed at Leeds Town Hall by Tim Albery and conducted by Nicholas Kok.

Murder on the dance floor: an underwhelming Ballo

Rafael Rojas (Gustavo) and Adrienn Miksch (Amelia) © Clive Barda
If you had received an invitation to a masked ball at which there turned out to be no masks and no dancing, it's understandable you'd feel disappointed. 

Destiny and South Sea escapes from Opera North

Wallis Giunta (Dinah) with Nicholas Butterfield, Fflur Wyn and Joseph Shovelton (The Trio) © Alastair Muir
Two thematically linked, but contrasting short operas are the final component of Opera North's Little Greats season at the Leeds Grand Theatre.

A stern Father's Day treat: Mozart Idomeneo at Garsington

Mozart's messy monster of an opera gets a brutalist tidy-up at Garsington, but the determinedly straightforward reading only makes this work's innate problems more obvious.