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William Tell (Welsh National Opera - tour)
By Katherine Cooper · 21 Oct 2014

WNO's Rossini #2 is the composer's final opera, an epic depiction of the Swiss hero's life

Moses in Egypt (Welsh National Opera - tour)
By Katherine Cooper · 21 Oct 2014

The first of WNO's autumn pairing of major dramatic operas by Rossini

The Turn of the Screw (Glyndebourne Tour)
By Mark Valencia · 19 Oct 2014

Jonathan Kent's peerless production of Britten's ghost opera, impeccably revived

Life on the Moon (English Touring Opera)
By Simon Thomas · 18 Oct 2014

ETO launches its autumn tour - at Hackney Empire - with a rarely-performed Haydn opera

Carmen (Welsh National Opera - tour)
By Katherine Cooper · 17 Oct 2014

Bizet's ever-popular tragedy is revived by WNO for its autumn tour

Zach Borichevsky discusses his UK debut for Glyndebourne Tour
By Keith McDonnell · 17 Oct 2014

On the road as Alfredo in Tom Cairns's staging of La Traviata, the up-and-coming American tenor discusses his career to date

The Marriage of Figaro (London Coliseum)
By Mark Valencia · 17 Oct 2014

Fiona Shaw's hilarious yet deeply considered account of Mozart's masterpiece returns to English National Opera

Steven Naylor, Glyndebourne's casting guru, spills the beans
By Mark Valencia · 16 Oct 2014

One of the most successful talent-spotters in the business shares his secrets

I due Foscari (Royal Opera House)
By Mark Valencia · 15 Oct 2014

Plácido Domingo headlines a rare opportunity to see Verdi's early opera of political and paternal torment

The Trial (Royal Opera House)
By Mark Valencia · 12 Oct 2014

Music Theatre Wales has commissioned Philip Glass and Christopher Hampton for its latest operatic project