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 Rossini: Il Signor Bruschino(Rossini Opera Festival, Pesaro)

Rossini: Il Signor Bruschino(Rossini Opera Festival, Pesaro)

Roberto De Candia (Bruschino Padre ); Carlo Lepore (Gaudenzio ); Maria Aleida (Sofia ); David Alegret (Florville ); Teatro Sotterraneo ( Director ); Daniele Rustioni (Conductor );

20 Years BBC Singer of the World in Cardiff

20 Years BBC Singer of the World in Cardiff

Dimitri Hvorostovsky (Baritone); Bryn Terfel (Baritone); Karita Mattila (Soprano);

"...essential viewing…" (The Independent)

A Christmas Celebration

A Christmas Celebration

Ricardo Cervera (Nutcracker / Nephew); Miyako Yoshida (Sugar Plum Fairy); Iohna Loots (Clara); Angelika Kirchschlager (Hansel); Diana Damrau (Gretel); Anja Silja (Witch);

"...the Royal Ballet’s Nutcracker is a handsome, magical, thoroughly traditional rendering..." (The Sunday Express - The Nutcracker)

Adams: Doctor Atomic

Adams: Doctor Atomic

Gerald Finley (J. Robert Oppenheimer); Jessica Rivera (Kitty Oppenheimer); Eric Owens (General Leslie Groves); Richard Paul Fink (Edward Teller); James Maddalena (Jack Hubbard); Thomas Glenn (Robert Wilson);

"The cast is flawless...Adams has created a beautiful provocative work that refreshes the repertoire." (The Times)

Albeniz: Merlin

Albeniz: Merlin

David Wilson Johnson (Merlin); Stuart Skelton (Arthur); Eva Marton (Morgan Le Fay); Carol Vaness (Nivian);

"The lost opera of Camelot takes centre stage...Camelot, the court of King Arthur, has been rediscovered in Madrid...an expectant house has been thrilled by the world premiere of Merlin, the 'lost' opera of Isaac Albéniz....the conductor José De Eusebio painstakingly reconstructed it from various manuscript sources and publishers’ proofs...colour drenched sets, with giant, glowing Harry Potter style wands and the suggestive couplings of damsels and gnomes. From its opening stage scene, as dawn breaks outside St Paul’s Cathedral in London on a Christmas Morning to the final curtain, with the sun setting behind Madrid’s encircling mountains, turning the Plaza de Oriente and the Teatro Real pink, it is easy to imagine that Camelot is here after all." (The Times)