Brindley Sherratt on working with Dmitri Tcherniakov
By Keith McDonnell · 8 Jun 2011 · London
Brindley Sherratt is about to make his debut as Fiesco in ENO’s new staging of Verdi’s Simon Boccanegra by the Russian ‘wunderkind’ director Dmitri Tcherniakov. Over t
Iestyn Davies talks about his life as a countertenor
By Keith McDonnell · 16 May 2011 · London
Iestyn Davies is that rare breed of countertenor who refuses to be pigeonholed into any one particular musical niche, is as happy on the concert platform as he is on the operatic stage, and has garn
Should the Nazis be Put to Bed?
By Editorial Staff · 8 May 2011 · London
Terry Gilliam’s new production of The Damnation of Faust for ENO, in which he sets large parts of the action in the Third Reich, raises the question of whether it’s time that Nazi
Johan Reuter discusses Rimsky-Korsakov's opera, The Tsar's Bride
By Keith McDonnell · 14 Apr 2011 · London
Danish baritone Johan Reuter is not only a regular visitor to Covent Garden these days, but has established himself as a firm audience favourite. He has sung the title role in Wozzeck, create
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