Does Nico Muhly’s new opera describe murder or ‘death by internet’?
Dmitri Tcherniakov’s new production of Verdi’s underrated opera.
A deep, dark take on Benjamin Britten’s opera.
Film director Terry Gilliam reveals an aptitude for Mephistophelean opera.
ENO team up with the Young Vic for a racy staging of the 17th century masterpiece.
Jonathan Miller’s production of The Mikado enjoys its twenty-fifth anniversary revival.
A world class staging of one of the greatest operas ever written.
Mike Figgis makes his operatic directorial debut with Donizetti’s seldom performed opera about the notorious Renaissance family.
Everything about English National Opera’s spring/summer season feels shiny and fresh. Six of its eight productions are new, although that is no reason to discount the two revivals.
It’s not often that the star of an opera is a dog, but it was the appeal of such an unlikely hero that encouraged Simon McBurney, the highly regarded director of Complicite, to make his operatic debut.
Iain Paterson as Don Giovanni and Sarah Tynan as Zerlina, (c) Donald Cooper The story of Don Juan, the conqueror of women who remains unrepentant to the last, has been told in many forms. None, however, is quite as famous as Mozart’s Don Giovanni of …