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Orphée

‘Mirrors are the doors by which Death comes and goes’. A neat and profoundly stark metaphor on the ephemeral human condition, Jean Cocteau’s Orpheus (...
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Don Pasquale

Teetering between cruelty and comedy, director Damiano Michieletto brings a new production of Don Pasquale to the ROH, after its successful runs in Pa...
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War and Peace

Celebrated as one of the greatest contributions to the literary canon, Prokofiev’s lauded adaptation of Tolstoy’s 1869 novel War and Peace, makes its ...
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L’arlesiana

Prior to the success of Adriana Lecouverer, Francesco Cilea’s often neglected opera, L’arlesiana, embodies the emotional complexities of domestic and ...
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The Diary of One Who Disappeared

Burdened by a forbidden muse, Leos Janacek’s 1919 song cycle, The Diary of One Who Disappeared, serves as an allegoric recount of late-life love. Belg...
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Manon Lescaut

Opera Holland Park, famed for its nuanced take on opera outdoors, opened its summer season with Puccini’s pivotal 1893 opera, Manon Lescaut. The premi...