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LondresBartók and Strauss: Dances of Desire

© Peter Knutson
Bartók, Strauss R.
Philharmonia Orchestra; Jakub Hrůša; Malin Byström; Susan Bickley; Peter Hoare; Philharmonia Voices
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LeedsGötterdämmerung Prologue & Act 1

Mati Turi (Siegfried) © Clive Barda
Wagner: Crépuscule des Dieux, Le (Götterdämmerung)
Richard Farnes; Peter Mumford; Opera North; Mati Turi; Kelly Cae Hogan; Andrew Foster-Williams; Giselle Allen

LeedsDie Walküre Act 2

Kelly Cae Hogan (Brünnhilde) and Robert Hayward (Wotan) © Clive Barda
Wagner: Walkyrie, La (Die Walküre)
Richard Farnes; Peter Mumford; Opera North; Michael Weinius; James Creswell; Robert Hayward; Lee Bisset
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Royal Opera's A New Dark Age is a powerful cantata for our time

Peter Brathwaite in The Knife of Dawn © ROH | Tristram Kenton
The Royal Opera House responds to current global turmoil with a double bill by four women composers. Baritone Peter Brathwaite delivers a tour de force in The Knife of Dawn and A New Dark Age is a powerful emotional journey.

Comedy with knobs on: English National Opera's new Figaro

Colin Judson (Don Basilio), Louise Alder (Susanna) and Johnathan McCullough (Count Almaviva) © Marc Brenner
A witty, insightful production at the Coliseum fizzes with comedy and pathos. 

True Grimes: a gripping semi-staging of Britten’s opera

Erin Wall (Ellen), Stuart Skelton (Peter Grimes) and Samuel Winter (John) © Mark Allan | Southbank Centre

A psychologically penetrating semi-staging of Britten’s Peter Grimes from leading soloists, the Bergen Philharmonic and its chief conductor Ed Gardner laid bare the opera’s music and drama.

The Grange Festival's Falstaff hits all the right notes

Robert Hayward (Falstaff) © Clive Barda
Comic opera can fall flat, but if The Grange Festival's new production of Verdi's final masterpiece is a total delight, with a strong concept and a strong cast. This is country-house opera at its best.

Two great debuts, not enough drama: Katya Kabanova at ROH

Amanda Majeski (Katya) © ROH | Clive Barda
Amanda Majeski is magnificent in the title role; Ed Gardner shows total master of Janáček's music. But that's not enough to rescue a poorly thought out Richard Jones production.

The Silver Tassie makes a triumphant return

Ashley Riches and Louise Alder © BBC | Jamie Simonds
Mark-Anthony Turnage's First World War opera both moves and dazzles at the Barbican.