Anita Hartig is enjoying special success as Mimi in Puccini’s La Boheme.
As Glyndebourne approaches, opera critic Rupert Christiansen picks his three highlights.
Barely four months after giving birth to her first baby, soprano Lucy Crowe was suddenly confronted with the biggest challenge of her professional life.
Artistic director of English National Opera rails against popular medium.
Accusations fly as critic Mark Shenton blasts Jagger’s use of flash photography during Einstein on the beach, while she makes assault claim.
Glyndebourne, as well as being the place where opera happens with large numbers of picnics and lots of champagne, is also the place where opera happens with large numbers of children.
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Deborah Voigt is ill and will not sing the role of Brunnhilde in Wednesday evening’s performance of “Siegfried,” the third installment of Wagner’s “Ring” cycle.
Funny statistics about the upcoming BBC Proms.
Composer Michael Nyman is using Facebook to lash out against Britain’s Royal Opera House for apparently rejecting his overtures for a new piece.
(Written on May 10, 2012 )