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LondonThe Dead CityNew production

Korngold: Die tote Stadt (The Dead City)
Kirill Karabits; Annilese Miskimmon; English National Opera; English National Opera Orchestra; English National Opera Chorus; Rolf Romei; Allison Oakes


Glass: Akhnaten
Karen Kamensek; Phelim McDermott; English National Opera; Tom Pye; Kevin Pollard; Bruno Poet; English National Opera Orchestra

LondonBlueNew production

Tesori: Blue
Matthew Kofi Waldren; Tinuke Craig; English National Opera; Alex Lowde; English National Opera Orchestra; English National Opera Chorus

LondonSymphony Of Sorrowful SongsNew production

Górecki: Symphony no. 3 “Symphony of Sorrowful Songs”, Op.36
Lidiya Yankovskaya; Isabella Bywater; English National Opera; English National Opera Orchestra; Nicole Chevalier
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English National Opera revives Akhnaten to spectacular effect

Philip Glass' operatic take on Ancient Egyptian history returns to the Coliseum in Phelim McDermott's hypnotic production, complete with jugglers...
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Lucid in music and narrative: ENO's Rhinegold

Martyn Brabbins conducts an excellent ENO orchestra and consistently good ensemble cast as Richard Jones delivers a wealth of narrative detail to introduce Wagner's Ring.
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On a knife-edge: Carmen returns to English National Opera

Bieito’s vivid production of Bizet's most famous work is a classic; his attack on toxic masculinity is visceral, made more potent by an excellent leading pair of singers.
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Second Elizabethan age receives a noble tribute in ENO's Gloriana

When done as well as this, a "concert staging" is not oxymoronic, but a precise term for a valuable mode of presentation.
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ENO brings It's a Wonderful Life to the operatic stage

English National Opera's It’s a Wonderful Life makes for a feel-good evening of theatre, but it requires a sweet tooth.
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ENO's new Tosca has conceptual flaws, but delivers on the music

Christof Loy's production of Tosca at ENO replaces Catherine Malfitano’s and, despite being visually attractive, suffers certain muddled ideas. It boasts, however, a strong trio of singers who deliver a committed performance on the production's first night at the Coliseum. 
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