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Scottish Opera

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

Scottish Opera’s fine production of Katya Kabanova – directed by Stephen Lawless, vividly conducted by Stuart Stratford, and performed in the original Czech –...

For their fourth operatic collaboration, composer Stuart MacRae and librettist Louise Welsh, who first collaborated as part of Scottish Opera's 5:15 experiment, have created...

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...

The misogyny in Verdi's Rigoletto is given an added edge in Matthew Richardson's timely revival of his 2011 production for Scottish Opera. Mannequins, not dancers,...

Bill Bankes-Jones' Pagliacci transports Leoncavallo's rural Italian tragedy to a tent in Paisley. A performing troupe arrive to stage a commedia dell’arte show during...

Though Tchaikovsky confined himself to a series of lyric scenes from Pushkin's verse novel for his opera of Eugene Onegin, director Oliver Mears elaborates further on the theme...

Scottish Opera celebrates the 10th anniversary of its youth project, the Connect Company, with performances of three short new commissions from the winners of...

Antony McDonald has relocated Ariadne Auf Naxos, Richard Strauss and Hugo von Hofmannsthal's mash-up of operatic genres, to a contemporary Glasgow mansion. A young Composer...
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