OPERA


Reviews


Review: Béatrice et Bénédict (Glyndebourne)
A rare outing for the comic opera from the pen of Berlioz by way of Shakespeare
Review: Die Fledermaus (Opera Holland Park)
OHP serves up an irresistible, fabulously cast production of the operetta by Johann Strauss II
Jenůfa (Longborough Festival Opera)
Janáček's masterpiece is graced by a memorable performance in the title role
La Cenerentola (Opera Holland Park)
Rossini's most charming opera is perfect fare on a warm summer's night
Il trovatore (Royal Opera House)
Verdi's revenge melodrama returns to Covent Garden in all its g(l)ory
Le nozze di Figaro (Glyndebourne)
Michael Grandage's sharp, sassy sixties (or is it seventies?) production is back
Jenůfa (London Coliseum)
ENO revives one of its greatest successes to close a troubled season in triumph
Idomeneo (Garsington Opera at Wormsley)
Mozart's opera is vividly cast and delivered by the cream of (mostly) British talent
Nabucco (Royal Opera House)
The pageant-opera returns, distinguished by a star performance from a true Verdi baritone
La bohème (Opera Holland Park)
Puccini's opera, backdated to Tudor times and splendidly staged at London's summer festival