The Royal Opera's worldbeaters
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William Tell (Welsh National Opera - tour)
By Katherine Cooper
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
The first of WNO's autumn pairing of major dramatic operas by Rossini
The Turn of the Screw (Glyndebourne Tour)
Jonathan Kent's peerless production of Britten's ghost opera, impeccably revived
Life on the Moon (English Touring Opera)
ETO launches its autumn tour - at Hackney Empire - with a rarely-performed Haydn opera
Carmen (Welsh National Opera - tour)
By Katherine Cooper
Bizet's ever-popular tragedy is revived by WNO for its autumn tour
Zach Borichevsky discusses his UK debut for Glyndebourne Tour
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)
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
One of the most successful talent-spotters in the business shares his secrets
I due Foscari (Royal Opera House)
Plácido Domingo headlines a rare opportunity to see Verdi's early opera of political and paternal torment