Podcasts

WOS Radio: Edward Seckerson Talks to Antonio Pappano
By Edward Seckerson · 8 Jul 2011
The Royal Opera's music director Antonio Pappano, star of the BBC TV series Opera Italia, has been making waves all over Europe with his Italian musical family - the Orchestra and Chorus of ...
WOS Radio: Edward Seckerson Talks to Nico Muhly & Craig Lucas
By Edward Seckerson · 13 Jun 2011
The much-anticipated world premiere of Nico Muhly and Craig Lucas' opera Two Boys takes us deep into high-tec world of the internet and social networking. It's a dark and unsettling world ...
WOS Radio: Edward Seckerson Talks to Brindley Sherratt
By Edward Seckerson · 2 Jun 2011
One of the sensations of last year's opera calendar was the London showing of Dmitri Tcherniakov's revelatory Bolshoi staging of Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin. His debut at English National ...
WOS Radio: Pygmalion Co Talk Plain at WOS Q&A
By Laura Norman · 24 May 2011
Just under 300 Whatsonstage.com theatregoers made their way to the Garrick Theatre last night (23 May) to see Pygmalion a revival which first came to stage at the Chichester Festival last year....
WOS Radio: Edward Seckerson Talks to Opera Holland Park
By Edward Seckerson · 17 May 2011
Opera Holland Park (OHP) has gone from being a pleasant summer diversion in one of London's loveliest parks to a series of must-see dates in every opera enthusiast's calendar. Last year the Sun
WOS Radio: Edward Seckerson Talks to Iestyn Davies
By Edward Seckerson · 9 May 2011
Log on to Iestyn Davies' website and you are instantly seduced by the ethereal strains of Handel's "Eternal Source of Love Divine", a number so amply demonstrating why this seductive young ...
WOS Radio: Edward Seckerson Talks to Opera North Part 2
By Edward Seckerson · 18 Apr 2011
Opera North is about to embark upon a four-year climb to the summit of that everest of music dramas Wagner's Ring. As they prepare the Prologue of the cycle - Das Rheingold - Edward Seckerson ...
WOS Radio: Edward Seckerson Talks to Terry Gilliam
By Edward Seckerson · 13 Apr 2011
Terry Gilliam - the sole American member of the original Monty Python troupe - has lost none of his devilish ability to provoke. For his operatic debut with Berlioz' The Damnation of Faust
WOS Radio: Edward Seckerson Talks to Opera North
By Edward Seckerson · 11 Apr 2011
Over the last decade Opera North Podcasts have been developing ways in which they can supplement and enhance the work happening on the company's main stage. Related projects in other disciplines - ...
WOS Radio: Purefoy, Smith & Miller Flare at Q&A
By Laura Norman · 29 Mar 2011
Whatsonstage.com has joined the celebration of the centenary of Terence Rattigan's centenary by hosting two Outings to Rattigan plays in as many weeks. Last night saw 250 theatregoers make their way ...