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4 February 2019 - 26 February 2019
19 Reviews See All
With the composer’s enchantingly devilish score and a libretto based on Ostrovsky’s socially conscious, caustic play, “Káťa Kabanová” should be the horror movie among operas. This is a G-ra
Unlike so many modern opera directors, who regard the plot as a nuisance to be supplanted with their own ideas, Jones and his team are totally faithful to Janácek’s intentions, and they produce an
Enfin Amanda Majeski, loin des Mozart qu’elle défend sur les scènes du monde, effectue une prise de rôle réussie en Katia. Hallucinée et fragile en scène, elle déploie un chant pur et lumineu
The Royal Opera’s new production of Katya, with Richard Jones at his most relevantly inventive, and Edward Gardner conjuring from the orchestra sounds at once precise and glowing with intensity, pro
As so often, giving a star rating to this opera is not easy: it's a five-star performance of a four-star production of a three-star opera, which averages out neatly at four.
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