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Weightless, spick-and-span Gluck from Classical Opera

Classical Opera takes a break from Mozart with two short operas by Gluck.

Youthful japes: La finta semplice at the QEH

Classical Opera’s performance of one of Mozart’s earliest operas throbbed with youthful energy; a strong cast brought the humour to life and made up for any weakness in the score.

Early Mozart from Classical Opera

Mozart's first stage work was written when he was just eleven years old; in this performance by Classical Opera, the composer's youthful writing and touches of humour are brought to life by a solid cast and lively conducting.

Unknown repertoire fizzles, but fades

Haydn's La canterina provides cheerful undemanding entertainment from Classical Opera. 

A worthy revival of J.C. Bach's Adriano in Siria

J.C. Bach's opera Adriano in Siria, set to a popular libretto by Metastasio, was first performed in London in January 1765 when the nine-year-old Mozart was in town.

The Quality of Mercy is not Strain'd: a revelatory La clemenza di Tito

Classical Opera, with some deft revisions to Süssmayr's recitatives and a superb team of soloists, bring us a Clemenza both powerful and poignant, finally doing justice to Mozart's underrated late opera, composed for the coronation of a Hapsburg king.