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La Traviata, Royal Opera

The German soprano Diana Damrau has had the role of Violetta Valéry in La Traviata in her sights for a very long time.

La Traviata review – 'A soprano of matchless intelligence'

Diana Damrau, as Violetta in this revival of the Richard Eyre staging, is breathtakingly controlled in her singing and dramatically outstanding.

La traviata @ Royal Opera House, London

Richard Eyre’s 1994 Royal Opera House production of La traviata may not be revolutionary, but many subtle touches are to be found within its curved walls.

Faust at the Royal Opera House

BRYN Terfel gives a masterclass in singing as Mephistopheles at the Royal Opera House.

La traviata, Royal Opera House, London – review

Diana Damrau delivered haunting soft singing and moments of drama of truly unbuttoned force.

Gounod's Faust at the Royal Opera House - review

Gounod’s erotically-charged Faust has thrilled audiences since its Paris premiere in 1859.

A trio of top stars in the Royal Opera's La traviata

With Verdi’s La traviata, the Royal Opera has a simple formula.

La Traviata (Royal Opera)

Never seemingly out of The Royal Opera's repertoire these days, having just returned for a further eleven performances, Richard Eyre's straight-laced and serviceable staging of Verdi's tale of consumptive woe has become one of the company's most dependabl

La Traviata - Royal Opera House

Alfredo and the courtesan Violetta fall passionately in love. But Alfredo’s father Giorgio disapproves of their relationship. Giorgio convinces Violetta that she must leave Alfredo, for the family’s sake – not realizing that Violetta is very ill.