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If you’re a contemporary dance fan, see it. If not, wait for the other operas coming up in an autumn ENO schedule devoted to the Orphic legend and hope they’ll be better.
Her Eurydice, Sarah Tynan, is wonderfully poignant and plaintive. Soraya Mafi’s singing, as Love, is as bright and pure as crystal. But really, this is Coote’s show, supported by understated orche
McGregor is a great communicator, creating accessible ballet that speaks directly to us of love and loss, toil and torment, much in the way that Gluck wished to do when moving music away from the form
This Orpheus And Eurydice is the first of four Orpheus-themed operas running at the Coliseum this autumn, in which English National Opera is taking formidable artistic and financial risks.
Overall the standards of singing, playing and dancing are high, but the production as a whole amounts to less than the sum of its parts. No-one can doubt the strength of the dancing, which reveals bot
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