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Translating an opera into English is a major responsibility, according to librettist Amanda Holden, as it can make or break the flow. A translator...

For the second year running, Pegasus Opera is presenting the UK premieres of two one-act operas – one serious, one comic – by the...

Charles Court Opera returns to the King’s Head with its small but perfectly formed staging of one of the finest Gilbert and Sullivan operas. Led...

The news that Daniel Kramer is to leave English National Opera, the company he has led for the past three years, is not really...

The director known for her interpretations of Shakespeare, Bertolt Brecht, Henrik Ibsen and Benjamin Britten has seamlessly bridged the worlds of theatre and opera...

Kaj Nazar by Haro Stepanian, billed as Armenia’s first comic opera, has not been seen since its premiere in Yerevan in 1935. It was...

Celebrated mezzo Rosalind Plowright shows no sign of slowing down as she prepares to mark her 70th birthday with back-to-back roles. She tells George...

In 13 years, New Zealander Alex Reedijk has pulled Scottish Opera back from the brink, turning it into a thriving company that takes risks...

Ben Glassberg was recently appointed principal conductor of the Glyndebourne Tour. He tells Giverny Masso about the challenges of being a young conductor and...
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