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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...

This year welcomed a new 400-seat opera house at Nevill Holt, where the resident company staged successful productions of Figaro and Antony McDonald’s Powder...

Follies, Summer and Smoke and The Inheritance have been nominated for this year’s Knight of Illumination Awards. The awards honour international video and lighting designers,...

Hot on the heels of a well-received revival of Mascagni’s forgotten Isabeau, Opera Holland Park chalks up its first Richard Strauss opera with a vibrant Ariadne auf...

Opera Holland Park has long specialised in the reclamation of verismo operas and they don’t come grander than Isabeau, which combines a pseudo-medieval setting...

Just as Shakespeare has his problem plays, Mozart has Cosi Fan Tutte – one might translate the title as That’s What Women Do –...

Opera Holland Park’s season opener is Verdi’s popular classic, played in Cordelia Chisholm’s elegant period designs evoking the sophistication and sexual ambiguity of the...

A new organisation aiming to support women and parents working in opera is being launched. SWAP’ra has been set up by five female artists to...

Over the years Opera Holland Park has made a speciality of the operas of Puccini and his contemporaries – a group often referred to...
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