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Artiste: Julia Sporsén

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GlasgowNixon in China

Nixon in China
Adams: Nixon en Chine
Joana Carneiro; John Fulljames; Scottish Opera; Dick Bird; Hye-Youn Lee; Julia Sporsén

EdimbourgNixon in China

Nixon in China
Adams: Nixon en Chine
Joana Carneiro; John Fulljames; Scottish Opera; Dick Bird; Hye-Youn Lee; Julia Sporsén

EdimbourgCavalleria Rusticana and ZingariIn concert

Cavalleria Rusticana and Zingari
Mascagni, Leoncavallo
Stuart Stratford; Orpha Phelan; Scottish Opera; Bethan Langford; Justina Gringytė; Tichina Vaughn; Peter Auty

LondresThe Merry WidowNew production

Lehár: Veuve joyeuse (Die Lustige Witwe)
John Andrews; Christopher Luscombe; Opera Holland Park; Simon Higlett; Julia Sporsén; Alex Otterburn
Critiques récentesEn voir plus...

Ariadne aus Glasgow: a few twists at Opera Holland Park

Jennifer France (Zerbinetta) © Robert Workman
A spirited and seamless production of Strauss’s Ariadne is aided by some excellent singing and playing at London’s premier summer opera festival.

Scottish Opera’s Ariadne auf Naxos is witty and passionate

Laura Zigmantaite (Dryad), Mardi Byers (Ariadne), Elizabeth Cragg (Naiad) and Lucy Hall (Echo) © Richard Campbell
Antony McDonald’s take on Ariadne auf Naxos, a co-production from Scottish Opera and Opera Holland Park, sparkles with wit. 

Kát’a Kabanova compellingly staged at OHP

Nicky Spence, Anne Mason, Clare Presland, Julia Sporsén, Laura Woods © Robert Workman
Problems of orchestral balance cloud Olivia Fuchs's straightforward, compelling staging of Janáček’s tirade against the rigidity and hypocrisy of small town society.

Two wins out of three: Julian Anderson's Thebans at ENO

Julian Anderson’s Thebans, a bold attempt at condensing Sophocles’ three Theban plays into a single opera. The result is a powerful piece of theatre which drags the audience into the story of Oedipus’s horrific downfall and death, with its ensuing civil war.

Burlesque and bats: Christopher Alden reinvents Die Fledermaus for ENO

This autumn is Strauss and Freud season in London: while the Royal Opera are showing Charles Edwards’s searingly Freudian take on Richard Strauss’s Elektra, ENO have opted for the polar opposite mood with Johann Strauss’s Die Fledermaus: Christopher Alden’s production is just as Viennese, just as laden with dreams and sexuality, but filled to the brim with gags and frivolous decadence.