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LondresElgar: The Dream of Gerontius

© Sim Canetty-Clarke
Elgar: The Dream of Gerontius, Oratorio for soloists chorus and orchestra, Op.38
Philharmonia Orchestra; David Hill; Kitty Whately; Andrew Staples; Neal Davies; The Bach Choir
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UnknownHansel and Gretel

Humperdinck: Hänsel und Gretel
David Parry; Daisy Evans; Scottish Opera; Neil Foulis; Kitty Whately; Rhian Lois; Nadine Benjamin
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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? 

Hurrell's Cleopatra reigns in English Touring Opera's Giulio Cesare

Susanna Hurrell (Cleopatra) © Jane Hobson
James Conway's production for English Touring Opera returns in a trimmed-down, single-evening guise. 

A classically elegant Così fan tutte at OHP

Sarah Tynan (Despina) and Peter Coleman-Wright (Don Alfonso) © Robert Workman
As the two sisters, Eleanor Dennis and Kitty Whately ideally complemented and blended with each other.  

Entertaining but not entrancing: Turnage's Coraline

Mary Bevan (Coraline), Kitty Whatey (Other Mother) and Ghost Children © ROH | Stephen Cummiskey
Mark-Anthony Turnage's take on Neil Gaiman's classic young adult novella is well sung and well staged, without quite reaching peak intensity.

„In einem narkotischen Traum": Bartóks Violinkonzert

Vilde Frang © Marco Borggreve
Vilde Frang zeigte in der Berliner Phlharmonie ihre ganze leidenschaftliche Ausdruckskraft bei der Interpretation dieses Meisterwerks.

Static but worth the slog: ETO's Giulio Cesare

Christopher Ainslie (Giulio Cesare) and Soraya Mafi (Cleopatra) © Richard Hubert Smith
Conway's decision to render Handel's epic in its entirety was let down by a static staging and unnecessary repeats that masked the hidden gem-like arias.