WOS Radio: Edward Seckerson Talks to Ian Rosenblatt
By Edward Seckerson · 1 Nov 2010 · London
It has been said that making money is music to the ears of any entrepreneur. In the case of Ian Rosenblatt you might need to turn that concept on its head. The music itself is his passion and the ...
WOS Radio: Edward Seckerson Talks to John Wilson
By Edward Seckerson · 29 Oct 2010 · London
John Wilson and the orchestra which bears his name created a absolute sensation at the 2009 Proms with their celebration of 75 years of MGM musicals. Three and a half million people watched the re
WOS Radio: Edward Seckerson Talks to Eric Whitacre
By Edward Seckerson · 27 Oct 2010 · London
There could be no better illustration of the globe-shrinking power of the internet that Eric Whitacre's "virtual choir" recording of his own Lux Aurumque. Edited from 185 separately recorded ...
WOS Radio: Timely Kiss & Tell at Married Q&A
By Editorial Staff · 26 Oct 2010 · West End
Last night’s packed house at the Garrick was boosted by over 180 Whatsonstage.com theatregoers, who enjoyed a spirited performance of When We Are Married from the high calibre cast. Thr
WOS Radio: History Revisited at Onassis Q&A
By Editorial Staff · 20 Oct 2010 · West End
Last night (19 October 2010) Whatsonstage.com theatregoers turned out in force to see Robert Lindsay's return to the West End playing the title role in Martin Sherman's new play Onassis. Aris
WOS Radio: Edward Seckerson Talks to Elizabeth Llewellyn
By Edward Seckerson · 18 Oct 2010 · London
Elizabeth Llewellyn is making her English National Opera debut as Mimi in Jonathan Miller's production of La Boheme. As she says herself, that's a little different from bowing in as, say, the ...
WOS Radio: Q&A With Minister Cast Gets Political
By Andrew Girvan · 24 Sep 2010 · West End
Theatregoers at our Whatsonstage.com Outing to political satire Yes, Prime Minister at the West End's Gielgud Theatre last night (24 September 2010) were treated to a post-show Q&A with princip
WOS Radio: Edward Seckerson Talks to Alessandro Talevi
By Edward Seckerson · 22 Sep 2010 · London
"It is a curious tale. I have it written in faded ink, a woman's hand, governess to two children, long ago....." So begins Benjamin Britten's operatic reimagining of Henry James' ghostly chiller Th
WOS Radio: Edward Seckerson Talks to Amanda Roocroft
By Edward Seckerson · 17 Sep 2010 · London
Amanda Roocroft was a star from the moment she graduated from the Royal Northern College of Music. At 25 Sir Georg Solti asked her to sing Pamina at the Salzburg Festival. She declined. It was ...
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