L’Elisir D’amore, Royal Opera House (Cinema Screening): Review

Donizetti’s sparkling comedy has a few plot weaknesses but is fun and entertaining production from Laurent Pelly. From the very first note that is played there is a lightness of touch from the musicians and conductor Daniele Rustioni with a hint of

The Gospel According to the Other Mary @ Coliseum, London

John Adams’ oratorio The Gospel According to the Other Mary, in exploring Jesus’ crucifixion, is a companion piece to his El Niño of 2000, which describes the nativity.

L'Elisir d'Amore at the Royal Opera House review

THIS COMIC opera with excellent cast is like the best musicals, only with better singing and better music.

Opera reviews:L'elisir D'amore and Suor Angelica and Giannia Schicchi

STARRY cast and joyful staging of Donizetti's L'elisir D'amore transports us to rural Italy.

L'Elisir D'Amore

It’s a third return for Laurent Pelly’s charming production of Donizetti’s bel canto romcom, updated to 1950s rural Italy.

The Gospel According to the Other Mary - London Coliseum

Director Peter Sellars returns to ENO for what will undoubtedly be one of the most significant events in London’s contemporary music season: the world stage premiere of John Adams’s latest dramatic work, The Gospel According to the Other Mary. ENO enj

L'elisir d'amore - The Royal Opera House

The Royal Opera's charming production is set in the sun-drenched countryside of 1950s Italy, complete with haystacks, Vespas and even a stray dog. It is injected with lively, visual humour, from Nemorino's tipsy clowning to Dulcamara's lumbering truck fro

La bohème @ Coliseum, London

It is not often in La bohème that the Benoît and Alcindoro are billed higher than those taking the more major roles of Musetta, Colline and Schaunard.

ENO's La Bohème at The Coliseum

THERE'S a lot going for Puccini’s La Bohème, revived again in Jonathan Miller’s English National Opera staging just now.

L'Elisir d'Amore, Royal Opera House, review: 'real emotion'

This jolly revival is guaranteed to send audiences home smiling, says Rupert Christiansen.