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Artiste: Oliver Platt

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Cilea’s L’arlesiana shines at Holland Park

Yvonne Howard (Rosa Mamai) © Ali Wright
A good, honest staging and solid singing add up to an excellent new production – its third – at Opera Holland Park. 

Emotion and mayhem: a golden double bill from Royal Academy Opera

Samantha Quillish (Iolanta) and Shengzhi Ren (Vaudémont) © Robert Workman
Students triumph in Tchaikovsky's Iolanta and Ravel's L'Enfant et les sortilèges.

A classically elegant Così fan tutte at OHP

Sarah Tynan (Despina) and Peter Coleman-Wright (Don Alfonso) © Robert Workman
As the two sisters, Eleanor Dennis and Kitty Whately ideally complemented and blended with each other.  

Don Giovanni all at sea

John Savournin (Leporello) and Ashley Riches (Don Giovanni) © Robert Workman
Mozart's Don Giovanni is transported by director Oliver Platt to The Queen Mary in the 1930s. It looks handsome enough, but the concept is flawed.

A delightful boutique Elixir of Love from Scottish Opera

Scottish Opera’s boutique touring production of The Elixir of Love is a fun-filled delight. Fine singing, perfect comic timing, all to a score for just five players. It worked a treat.

Vocal pyrotechnics and Rossinian laughs

Opera Holland Park's traditionally staged Cenerentola has plenty of sparkle and a fine cast of talented singers.