Monthly Archives: August 2012

How to write an opera

The idea that a composer is real, living and breathing human being, and not some mercifully long-dead bloke to be disparaged and railroaded at our convenience, is often an unfamiliar one to many of us. Continue reading

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Noye’s Fludde

Even for a regular opera-goer, being asked to leave the comfort zone of a conventional theatre is a stimulating experience, which allows us to view the entire artform through a different prism. Continue reading

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