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Opera Holland Park

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

Opera Holland Park rarely brings a production back, but this show from 2009 proves well worth reviving. Janacek’s 1921 Katya Kabanova is an outstanding...

Last November Oliver Mears set Northern Ireland Opera’s production of Mozart’s dark-toned comedy, Don Giovanni – originally located in an unnamed Spanish city –...

How best to mark the centenary of Puccini’s La Rondine? It’s an operatic misfit that began life as a frothy operetta, turned more serious,...

Each summer, a major, popular opera festival takes place just off Kensington High Street in a temporary theatre erected in Holland Park. Before Opera...

Country-house opera: a small but critical part of the operatic economy, staging creative productions and innovative repertoire while offering career opportunities for hardworking, but...

One of opera’s great (and unsettling) monologues, Poulenc’s La Voix Humaine is a vocal and dramatic tour de force for soprano. Based on the play...

Opera Holland Park brings its outstanding 2016 season to a close with this fine production of Tchaikovsky’s creepy melodrama, The Queen of Spades, based...

Operetta is a truly difficult art to master. Not only do you need high quality voices able to sing technically demanding music, but you...
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