Opera Holland Park

Opera review of the year

Our opera editor takes a personal look back at the UK scene in 2014

Natalya Romaniw in her mother tongue
By Katherine Cooper

We turn the screw on Glyndebourne's Governess as the autumn tour draws to a close

Opera Holland Park unveils its 2015 season

At last we know what will be playing in London's canopied opera house next summer. It's been worth the wait.

Adriana Lecouvreur (Holland Park)

A rare outing for Cilea's romantic tunefest concludes this year's sun-kissed OHP festival in style

Norma (Holland Park)

Bellini's bel canto classic in an arid staging, saved by some great singing

The Turn of the Screw (Holland Park)

Benjamin Britten's ghost opera brings shivers to a warm summer evening

Britten in the Park - a company first

Opera Holland Park stages The Turn of the Screw alongside its customary Puccini and Bellini

Il barbiere di Siviglia (Holland Park)

Rossini's most popular opera is a perfect summer evening's entertainment amid the flora and fauna of Kensington & Chelsea

La fanciulla del West (Holland Park)

Puccini's all too rarely seen Wild West opera fires the opening shots in OHP's new season

Richard Angas, ENO's Mikado, dies aged 71
Distinguished bass collapses during rehearsals for Opera North's production of Peter Grimes