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Welsh National Opera's Chorus makes Olivier Award shortlist for Moses und Aron - Wales Online

Welsh National Opera's Chorus shortlisted for an Olivier Award

The ensemble has been nominated for Outstanding Achievement in Opera

Hamlet Ambroise Thomas premiering @ La Monnaie 03/12/2013: Music direction: Marc Minkowski Director: Olivier Py  Claudius: 	Vincent Le Texier La Reine Gertrude: Jennifer Larmore / Sylvie Brunet-Grupposo Hamlet: Stéphane Degout / Franco Pomponi  Polonius: Till Fechner Ophélie: Lenneke Ruiten /  Rachele Gilmore Laërte: Rémy Mathieu Horatio/Premier Fossoyeur: Henk Neven Marcellus/Deuxième Fossoyeur: Gijs Van der Linden Le Spectre du feu Roi: Jérôme Varnier

Hamlet Ambroise Thomas premiering @ La Monnaie 03/12/2013: Music direction: Marc Minkowski Director: Olivier Py Claudius: Vincent Le Texier La Reine Gertrude: Jennifer Larmore / Sylvie Brunet-Grupposo Hamlet: Stéphane Degout / Franco Pomponi Polonius: Till Fechner Ophélie: Lenneke Ruiten / Rachele Gilmore Laërte: Rémy Mathieu Horatio/Premier Fossoyeur: Henk Neven Marcellus/Deuxième Fossoyeur: Gijs Van der Linden Le Spectre du feu Roi: Jérôme Varnier

Proms 2014: Der Rosenkavalier / Glyndebourne Festival Opera / Robin Ticciati, Royal Albert Hall - music review - Music - Going Out - London Evening Standard

When Glyndebourne’s production of Der Rosenkavalier was new a couple of months ago, the Irish mezzo singing the role of Octavian hit the headlines but for all the wrong reasons.

Der Ring des Nibelungen at the Deutsche Oper Berlin "GÖTTERDÄMMERUNG" So 12. Januar 2014	16:00 Uhr http://www.deutscheoperberlin.de/de_DE/calendar/der-ring-des-nibelungen-goetterdaemmerung.10353087

Der Ring des Nibelungen at the Deutsche Oper Berlin "GÖTTERDÄMMERUNG" So 12. Januar 2014 16:00 Uhr http://www.deutscheoperberlin.de/de_DE/calendar/der-ring-des-nibelungen-goetterdaemmerung.10353087

Robert Carsen’s production of Verdi’s “Falstaff” came to the Metropolitan Opera after a very well-received run in London.

Robert Carsen’s ‘Falstaff,’ at the Metropolitan Opera

Robert Carsen’s production of Verdi’s “Falstaff” came to the Metropolitan Opera House after a well-received London run.

Anne Midgette's top-ten list of classical music in 2015.

2015: The year in classical music

Anne Midgette's top-ten list of classical music in

Why there's nothing wrong with being bored by opera. Do you find opera tedious? Do bits of Shakespeare send you to sleep? Well, you're not alone

Why there's nothing wrong with being bored by opera

Do you find opera tedious? Do bits of Shakespeare send you to sleep? David Hare, Julian Barnes and John Eliot Gardiner talk to John Crace about the importance of being bored

In a season that has already featured productions of “La Bohème and “Carmen,” the Met completes the ABC’s with “Aida.”

‘Aida’ Revival at the Metropolitan Opera

In a season that has already featured productions of “La Bohème and “Carmen,” the Met completes the ABC’s with “Aida.

A scene from Idomeneo by Mozart.

Nudity, Nazis and nipple-slicing: 12 controversial opera productions

A production of William Tell at Covent Garden prompted walkouts with a five-minute rape scene. It’s not the first time an opera has stirred outrage

A scene from Carmen by Bizet @ London Coliseum. English National Opera production directed by Calixto Bieito. Conducted by Ryan Wigglesworth.

Why is the Arts Council punishing ENO for innovation and imagination?

With a funding cut and a new commitment to produce musical theatre - never ENO's strength - the future looks bleak for the Coliseum, writes Michael Billington

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mark morris dance group

The Mark Morris Dance Group. Choreography by Mark Morris, Costumes by Martin Pakledinaz, Lighting & Decor by Michael Chybowski

EXCLUSIVE: BAFTA-Winning Composer ólafur Arnalds Talks 'Reminiscence' Video and Reinventing Chopin with Alice Sara Ott

EXCLUSIVE: BAFTA-Winning Composer ólafur Arnalds Talks 'Reminiscence' Video and Reinventing Chopin with Alice Sara Ott

Opera in Venice: Giving the tourists what they want

Giving the tourists what they want

AS CRISTIANO CHIAROT points out, an opera house’s choir and orchestra are not just a cost, they’re an asset. That is hardly a brilliant insight: no opera house can function without its musicians.

The interior of the castle looks like a hall of fame in 'Tannhäuser.' Photo: National Theater

The interior of the castle looks like a hall of fame in 'Tannhäuser.

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