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Salle: Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Londres

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AdresseBow Street,
Covent Garden
Londres
Greater London
WC2E 9DD
Royaume-uni
ContainsRoyal Opera House, Clore Studio Upstairs
Royal Opera House: Linbury Theatre
Royal Opera House: The Crush Room
Google maps51° 30' 48.136" N 0° 7' 20.640" W
novembre 2019
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Spectacles à venirEn voir plus...

LondresDie Zauberflöte

Elsa Dreisig (Pamina) and Tuuli Takala (Queen of the Night) © ROH | Tristram Kenton
Mozart: Flûte Enchantée, La (Die Zauberflöte)
Leo Hussain; Sir David McVicar; The Royal Opera; John Macfarlane; Benjamin Hulett; Elsa Dreisig

LondresLes Beaux dormants

Martin Tétreault: Les Beaux dormants
Hélène Blackburn; Ballet de l'Opéra national du Rhin

LondresThe Sleeping Beauty

Yasmine Naghdi (Princess Aurora) and Matthew Ball (Prince Florimund) © ROH | Bill Cooper
Tchaïkovski: Belle au bois dormant, La
Marius Petipa; Sir Frederick Ashton; Anthony Dowell; Christopher Wheeldon; The Royal Ballet; Peter Farmer; Orchestra of the Royal Opera House Covent Garden; Mark Jonathan; Oliver Messel

LondresDeath in VeniceNew production

Gerald Finley (Gondolier) and Mark Padmore (Aschenbach) © ROH | Catherine Ashmore
Britten: Mort à Venise
Richard Farnes; Sir David McVicar; The Royal Opera; Vicki Mortimer; Mark Padmore; Gerald Finley

LondresCoppélia

Delibes: Coppélia
Lev Ivanov; Ninette de Valois; The Royal Ballet; Osbert Lancaster; John B. Read; Orchestra of the Royal Opera House Covent Garden

LondresThe Lost ThingWorld premiere

Maxwell: The Lost Thing
Ben Wright; The Royal Opera; Will Holt; Rike Zöllner

LondresOtello

Verdi: Otello
Sir Antonio Pappano; Keith Warner; The Royal Opera; Boris Kudlička; Kaspar Glarner; Gregory Kunde; Ermonela Jaho

LondresLa traviata

Verdi: La Traviata
Daniel Oren; Sir Richard Eyre; The Royal Opera; Francesco Ivan Ciampa; Bob Crowley; Hrachuhí Bassénz
Critiques récentesEn voir plus...

Great Britten: Death in Venice returns to Covent Garden

Gerald Finley (Gondolier) and Mark Padmore (Aschenbach) © ROH | Catherine Ashmore
Benjamin Britten's final opera hasn't been staged by The Royal Opera in over 25 years, but his setting of Thomas Mann's Death in Venice receives a great new production by Sir David McVicar. 

A lustrous Sleeping Beauty at The Royal Ballet

Yasmine Naghdi (Princess Aurora) and Matthew Ball (Prince Florimund) © ROH | Bill Cooper
On the evidence of this performance, there is every reason to be cheerful.

Magical Flute: McVicar's Zauberflöte returns to Covent Garden

Elsa Dreisig (Pamina) and Tuuli Takala (Queen of the Night) © ROH | Tristram Kenton

David McVicar’s imaginative staging of Mozart’s The Magic Flute comes back for its eighth run at the Royal Opera with an excellent new cast.

‘The Future Bursts in’ with Dance Umbrella

Compagnie Amala Dianor in Somewhere in the Middle of Infinity © Valérie Frossard
Amala Dianor and CNN Ballet de Lorraine channel the US choreographer in two UK premieres and a Cunningham classic, all brilliantly performed.

A triple bill of mixed delights at The Royal Ballet

Concerto: Reece Clarke and Lauren Cuthbertson © ROH | Tristram Kenton
The first mixed programme of the new season is led by a stellar cast.

Less than the sum of its parts: Zauberland at the Linbury

Julia Bullock © Patrick Berger
Fine performances by Julia Bullock and Cédric Tiberghien can't make up for the confusion of a fragmented, allusive narrative.

Don Pasquale falls flat in Michieletto’s cruel comedy

Bryn Terfel (Don Pasquale) © ROH | Clive Barda
Sir Bryn Terfel relishes every nuance of the text, but Damiano Michieletto's reading of Donizetti's comedy is no laughing matter. 

The Royal Ballet keeps the Cunningham flame aglow

Francesca Hayward, Matthew Ball and Mayara Magri in Cross Currents © ROH | Bill Cooper
A brief but innovative tribute to the lasting influence of Merce Cunningham in the Linbury Theatre