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Intérprete: Royal Opera Chorus

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LondresFidelioNew production

Beethoven: Fidelio
Sir Antonio Pappano; Tobias Kratzer; The Royal Opera; Rainer Sellmaier; Lise Davidsen; Jonas Kaufmann

LondresLa traviata

Verdi: La traviata
Maurizio Benini; Sir Richard Eyre; The Royal Opera; Bob Crowley; Aleksandra Kurzak; Frédéric Antoun

LondresJenůfaNew production

Janáček: Jenůfa
Vladimir Jurowski; Claus Guth; The Royal Opera; Michael Levine; Gesine Völlm; Asmik Grigorian; Karita Mattila

LondresCavalleria rusticana / Pagliacci

Mascagni, Leoncavallo
Daniel Oren; Damiano Michieletto; The Royal Opera; Paolo Fantin; Carla Teti; Liudmyla Monastyrska; Yonghoon Lee

LondresTristan und Isolde

Wagner: Tristan und Isolde
Semyon Bychkov; Christof Loy; The Royal Opera; Johannes Leiacker; Ricarda Merbeth; Michael Weinius
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Garifullina's Musetta the highlight of Covent Garden's Bohème

Aida Garifullina (Musetta) © ROH | Tristram Kenton
This third revival of Richard Jones' production is thoroughly competent but struggles to rise above the routine.

“Libiam!” Raising a glass to 25 years of Covent Garden's Traviata

Hrachuhí Bassénz (Violetta) and cast © ROH | Catherine Ashmore
Violetta Valéry was Armenian soprano Hrachuhí Bassénz, who made a strong impression on the audience, certainly by the end.

“Esultate!” Kunde's Otello impresses at Covent Garden

Carlos Álvarez (Iago) and Gregory Kunde (Otello) © ROH | Catherine Ashmore
The American must be one of the few tenors to tackle both Rossini and Verdi's Moor with success. 

Great Britten: Death in Venice returns to Covent Garden

Gerald Finley (Gondolier) and Mark Padmore (Aschenbach) © ROH | Catherine Ashmore
Benjamin Britten's final opera hasn't been staged by The Royal Opera in over 25 years, but his setting of Thomas Mann's Death in Venice receives a great new production by Sir David McVicar. 

Magical Flute: McVicar's Zauberflöte returns to Covent Garden

Elsa Dreisig (Pamina) and Tuuli Takala (Queen of the Night) © ROH | Tristram Kenton

David McVicar’s imaginative staging of Mozart’s The Magic Flute comes back for its eighth run at the Royal Opera with an excellent new cast.