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My Tristan und Isolde follows every move in Lehnhoff’s staging | Letter
Letters: Daniel Dooner on his semi-staging of the Wagner opera at Glydebourne closely following Nikolaus Lehnhoff’s production

Letters

20, Aug, 2021 @12:39 PM

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Glyndebourne Tristan und Isolde review – Ticciati impresses in pared back Wagner
Fine conducting by Robin Ticciati and superb playing by the London Philharmonic Orchestra lift this semi-staged Wagner

Martin Kettle

16, Aug, 2021 @9:58 AM

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Luisa Miller review – Verdi’s dark tragedy gains focus and ferocity in stark staging
Mané Galoyan is a revelation as Luisa, a radiant presence in Christof Loy’s production with a slimmed down but still striking London Philharmonic Orchestra

Flora Willson

02, Aug, 2021 @10:04 AM

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Maestro, cue the camel: Graham Vick’s greatest opera productions
The opera director, who has died aged 67, had a vision of making the art form accessible to all. From Falstaff in a leisure centre to Stockhausen with real helicopters, here are his most ambitious, innovative stagings

Andrew Clements

19, Jul, 2021 @12:07 PM

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The show can’t go on: Covid tracking app crippling theatres and venues
While capacity crowds are now allowed, productions are being shut down by isolation rules as cast members are ‘pinged’

Vanessa Thorpe

18, Jul, 2021 @8:15 AM

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Classical home listening: Pekka Kuusisto, Il Giardino Armonico and more
Kuusisto plays Muhly, Glass and Mozart, while Giovanni Antonini and co pass the time of day with Haydn

Fiona Maddocks

19, Jun, 2021 @11:00 AM

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The week in classical: Káťa Kabanová; Ragged music festival – review
Janáček’s darkest of operas provided a searing start to Glyndebourne’s new season

Fiona Maddocks

29, May, 2021 @11:30 AM

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Il Turco in Italia review – exceptional ensemble cast create perfect escapism
Rossini’s comedy is brilliantly reimagined by Mariame Clément as a Pirandello-esque farce

Tim Ashley

24, May, 2021 @11:45 AM

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Mozart may not make you children smarter, but music is a balm for their souls | Fiona Maddocks
The author of a new book has come up with novel ways to teach the young its joys

Fiona Maddocks

23, May, 2021 @6:00 AM

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Kát’a Kabanová review – festival opens with sideways rain and raw, stunning Janáček
The bleakness of the May weather suited this stark new production by Damiano Michieletto, which was superbly sung and exquisitely played by the LPO under Robin Ticciati

Flora Willson

21, May, 2021 @3:09 PM

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Bubbles and bloodymindedness: Glyndebourne’s Robin Ticciati on getting the show back on the road
The strictures of the past year seem to have left little mark on Glyndebourne, who open the 2021 summer opera season this week with an ambitious programme. The festival’s music director talks improvisation, imagination, and the joy of dressing up

Erica Jeal

18, May, 2021 @1:26 PM

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A year since our concert halls fell silent, what future for classical music?
As UK culture eyes a slow and cautious return, what can we expect from our opera houses and orchestras, many of which have failed to seize the digital opportunities this past year

Andrew Clements

19, Mar, 2021 @10:24 AM

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