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7 March 2018 - 24 March 2018
13 Reviews See All
I won't say that director Krzysztof Warlikowski makes complete sense of Janáček's maverick take on Dostoyevsky's semi-fictionalised prison memoir - occasionally he even rather overloads it - but everyt
But sadly something has gone a bit wrong with what should have been a bit of a theatrical landmark for the Royal Opera, in that as well as Mark Wigglesworth’s conducting bashing on too consistently
From the very first note in the Prelude, it becomes apparent that conductor Mark Wigglesworth not only appreciates the many layers and colours in the score, but also pays special attention to every fi
If the staging might still be classed as a qualified success, the evening’s musical credentials are exceptionally strong with conductor Mark Wigglesworth entirely capturing the essence of, and numer
That said, one thing’s for sure: in a production where the focus is on anything but opera, singers and instrumentalists are bound to draw the shortest straw.
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