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Artiste: Michael Druiett

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LeedsDas Rheingold

Michael Druiett (Wotan), Jo Pohlheim (Alberich) and Wolfgang Ablinger-Sperrhacke (Loge) © Clive Barda
Wagner: Or du Rhin, L' (Das Rheingold)
Richard Farnes; Peter Mumford; Opera North; Michael Druiett; Andrew Foster-Williams; Mark Le Brocq; Wolfgang Ablinger-Sperrhacke

UnknownFidelio from Birmingham Opera, recorded in 2002

Fidelio from Birmingham Opera, recorded in 2002
Beethoven: Fidelio
William Lacey; Graham Vick; Birmingham Opera Company; Paul Brown; Ronald Samm; Michael Druiett; Keel Watson
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A radical approach to an operatic warhorse by Opera North

Alexandra Zabala as Aida and Eric Greene as Amonasro © Clive Barda
Opera North's Aida, directed by Annabel Arden and conducted by Sir Richard Armstrong in Leeds Town Hall, is a welcome radical interpretation in the spirit of the times. 

Unfulfilled potential in Philip Glass' The Trial

Daniel Norman, Nicholas Lester (Josef K) and Paul Carey Jones © James Glossop
Scottish Opera’s production of Philip Glass and Christopher Hampton's The Trial says less about Kafka’s vision of an absurd world and more about the absurdity of contemporary operatic conventions.

Downtown Nagasaki comes to Glyndebourne

How picturesque do you like your Puccini? Do you take your Turandot sweet or sour? How much lacquer is layered over your ideal Madama Butterfly?

Plenty of toil but no trouble in Macbeth

Hot on the heels of its Eugene Onegin, full of potential marriages that never reach the altar, Dorset Opera put on an excellent production of an opera with a successful, slick and murderous power couple.

Dipping a toe into the Rhine

Michael Druiett (Wotan), Jo Pohlheim (Alberich) and Wolfgang Ablinger-Sperrhacke (Loge) © Clive Barda
Opera North's cycle offers a form of personal Wagner therapy: all four music dramas in concert performances, but with carefully choreographed video and lighting effects. 

Creative spirits in Leeds: Mahler 8

Mahler's epic setting of the final scene from Goethe's Faust is so demanding of musical resources that any performance is a special occasion: what better work to conclude the Orchestra Of Opera North's triumphant 2015-2016 season?