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Beethoven's Fidelio as fervent prayer in Leeds

Opera North's performance of Fidelio in Leeds Town Hall © Richard H Smith
Opera North performed a semi-staged and shortened Fidelio with a committed group of soloists, chorus and orchestra led by Mark Wiggelsworth.  With a pared Orchestra, the opera came across as a hymn of hope.

Opera North's Street Scene brings Golden Age Broadway to Leeds

Robert Hayward (Frank Maurrant) © Clive Barda
Opera North brings Kurt Weill's “Broadway opera” Street Scene to the Leeds Grand Theatre in a thrilling production directed by Matthew Eberhardt and conducted by James Holmes.

A buoyant revival of Billy Budd

Roderick Williams (Billy Budd) © Sam Murray-Sutton
At the opera’s great climaxes Suffolk’s famous wood-and-brick building could barely contain it.

Monteverdi's L'Orfeo at Hampstead Garden Opera

There’s something pretty special about going to see one of the very first operas ever written. It’s particularly special if you love the rhythms of renaissance dance music, the harmonies of polyphonic choral music and if, as I am, you are an admirer of Claudio Monteverdi’s vocal writing: it’s quite plausible to argue that he remains unmatched in his ability to spin a beautiful vocal thread and wea

The underworld upstairs: Monteverdi's L'Orfeo at the Gatehouse, Hampstead

Set in the wonderful theatre upstairs at the Gatehouse pub in Highgate, Hampstead Garden Opera’s new production of L’Orfeo by Monteverdi contained some memorable images and richly resonant chorus passages.

Anaïs Nin at Tête à Tête

Tête à Tête: The Opera Festival has once again succeeded in showcasing with flair some of the most daring and innovative small-scale operas. This Sunday, a diverse audience gathered at London’s Riverside Studios for the performance of Louis Andriessen’s recent monodrama Anaïs Nin (2009-10).