OPERA


Interviews


Gerard Jones, opera director: 'Not angry, just gagging'
The director of La Tragédie de Carmen for the Royal Opera: "I'm old-school"
Soprano Jennifer France: 'Another nice top F'
Glyndebourne's Ophelia in her own words. "It's hard out there."
Michael Boyd: 'Limitations are liberating'
The former RSC boss returns to Garsington Opera with a new production of Pelléas et Mélisande, Debussy's only full-length opera.
Tim Supple: 'I'm envious of people who can root themselves'
The itinerant director is back home in Britain to stage the new Grange Festival's first opera
Daniel Kramer: 'Rekindling hope is a massive part of my job'
A year into the job, ENO's artistic director reflects on what he does and what he's learnt
Alexander James Edwards - Italian tenor, made in England
The star of ETO's Tosca talks frankly about his voice, his career and life on the road
Jamie Barton, singer of the world
The great American mezzo can be seen in Nabucco and Rusalka as part of The Met Live in HD
Nicky Spence - Berg, Britten and Bake Off
The young star tenor discusses his career and his role in ENO's new production of Lulu
Gillian Lynne: 'Phantom was Andrew Lloyd Webber's act of love'
Ahead of the 30th anniversary gala of The Phantom of the Opera, 90 year-old Dame Gillian Lynne talks about why she said yes to working on the show 30 years ago, why she won't be retiring any time soon and her other choreography musical masterpiece Cats
Mary Bevan - beneath the calm surface
The British soprano opens this week in ENO's new production of Don Giovanni