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Performer: City of London Sinfonia

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LondonComing in from the Cold (family friendly performance)

Saariaho, Tabakova, Nørgård, Nystedt, Pärt, Kats-Chernin, Vasks
City of London Sinfonia; Alexandra Wood

LondonComing in from the cold (late night performance)

Saariaho, Tabakova, Nørgård, Nystedt, Pärt, Kats-Chernin, Vasks
City of London Sinfonia; Alexandra Wood

LondonArmitage, Couperin, Vasks, Watkins, Bach

Armitage, Couperin, Vasks, Watkins, Bach
City of London Sinfonia; Jenifer Toksvig; Alexandra Wood; Simon Armitage
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HMS Pinafore at OHP: infernal nonsense of the best kind

It’s a risky business to describe comic nuance or timing, so please take my word that these qualities were as pitch-perfect as the vocal prowess on display.
****1
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Sisterhood tenderly explored: Little Women at Opera Holland Park

Composer-librettist Adamo does full justice to Louisa May Alcott's 19th-century bestseller, one of the most widely read works in American literature.
****1
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A dark-hued double bill of Margot la Rouge and Le Villi at OHP

Puccini's Giselle-inspired opera is given a superb staging by Martin Lloyd-Evans to deliver Opera Holland Park's banger of the season. 
****1
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Carmen straight, with a slice of lemon, at Opera Holland Park

Quality singing in Cecilia Stinton's new staging comes from touchingly ardent soprano Alison Langer, as Micaëla.
***11
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An icy Eugene Onegin at Opera Holland Park

Julia Burbach's new production lacks poetry in spite of an admirable cast led by Samuel Dale Johnson in the title role. 
***11
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A musical joy and a comical hoot: The Pirates of Penzance at OHP

John Savournin directs Opera Holland Park's end-of-term G&S romp.
*****
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