This cornerstone of the German Romantic movement puts the supernatural and magic centre-stage to showcase the talents of Laurence Equilbey and Cie 14:20
In this new Marriage of Figaro, Jérémie Rhorer revisits this composer and US film director James Gray makes his first foray into opera
Following in the wake of The Barber of Seville and Carmen, it is now the turn of Susanna, Figaro, the Countess, Count and Cherubino to lead audience members young and old in song
An opera steeped in passion with ambitious Queen Elisabetta and Roberto, the archetypal Romantic hero. A tragic historical canvas handled magnificently by David McVicar
With Christophe Rousset’s crisp conducting and the elegant direction of Stephen Langridge, this is sure to be an outstanding version of Monteverdi’s last opera.