Christof Loy directs this production of Verdi’s opera La Forza Del Destino, running at the Royal Opera House until 22 April 2019. Is it the ‘biggest event of the operatic season’? Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews…
Splendid music is the clear highlight of an unusual and indulgent staging of Tchaikovsky opera The Queen of Spades, the central concept of which wears thin very quickly.
Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Stefan Herheim’s production of Tchaikovsky’s opera The Queen of Spades playing at the Royal Opera House until the 1 February 2019.
Phyllida Lloyd directs Verdi’s opera with a cast including Anna Netrebko and Anna Pirozzi, Željko Lučić and Ildebrando D’Arcangelo, running at the Royal Opera House until 10 April 2018. Here’s what critics have had to say about the production.
The Royal Opera House presents a brand new production of Puccini’s classic opera, La Boheme, directed by Richard Jones and running until 10 October 2017. Here’s Love London Love Culture’s round-up of the reviews.
Jonas Kaufmann makes his debut in the title role in Keith Warner’s new production of Verdi’s opera. But does the production impress the critics?
Benoît Jacquot’s production of Massenet’s opera arrives at the Royal Opera House, starring Joyce DiDonato and Vittorio Grigòlo, for a run to 13 July 2016. But what have critics been saying about it?
And amidst the bells, there’s Bryn. Terfel’s Boris – thoughtful and real – is a presence pervading the piece until the fifth scene where all his torments are visited upon him. He is quite marvellous in the death scene – so far removed from the booming melodrama of the Christoff era.