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Artiste: Welsh National Opera

Spectacles à venirEn voir plus...

NorwichThe Marriage of Figaro

The Marriage of Figaro
Mozart: Noces de Figaro (Les)
Welsh National Opera

LlandudnoCarmenNew production

Bizet: Carmen
Tomáš Hanus; Jo Davies; Welsh National Opera; Leslie Travers; Gabrielle Dalton; Virginie Verrez; Dimitri Pittas

LlandudnoRigoletto

Verdi: Rigoletto
Alexander Joel; James MacDonald; Welsh National Opera; Robert Innes Hopkins; David Junghoon Kim; Mark S Doss

LlandudnoThe Cunning Little Vixen

Janáček: La Petite Renarde rusée
Tomáš Hanus; David Pountney; Welsh National Opera; Maria Bjornson; Claudio Otelli; Aoife Miskelly

BirminghamCarmenNew production

Bizet: Carmen
Tomáš Hanus; Jo Davies; Welsh National Opera; Leslie Travers; Gabrielle Dalton; Virginie Verrez; Dimitri Pittas
Critiques récentesEn voir plus...

Carmen in Cardiff: WNO's powerful new production is a triumph

Virginie Verrez (Carmen) and Dimitri Pittas (Don José) © Bill Cooper
Virginie Verrez acted not with fire and ice but with gallic insouciance.

War and Peace: WNO comes to London to parade its wares

War and Peace © Clive Barda
It’s a small miracle that the production has been recreated so well in such a short time frame.

Joyce El-Khoury shines as Donizetti's Tudor queen

Joyce El Khoury (Elisabetta) © Bill Cooper
It is a thing of wonder that Roberto Devereux is one of Donizetti’s lesser known works. Whether on account of its challenging soprano part, or its fussy Tudor setting, it is rarely performed, but contains some of the composer’s most beautiful – and indeed memorable – arias and duets.

Bowler hats and lobsters: WNO's surreal Magic Flute returns

Ben Johnson (Tamino) © Bill Cooper
Dominic Cooke’s Magritte-inspired production returns to Wales Millennium Centre to keep the audience giggling. 

Ballo II, the American cut: an indigestible staging at WNO

Gwyn Hughes Jones (Riccardo) and Mary Elizabeth Williams (Amelia) © Bill Cooper
Musically, WNO gets it right. Straightforward brilliance is the order of the day, and plenty of it.