Online Editor Clémence Smith assesses the future of opera and how the art form might draw in younger audiences.
Swift playful strings and a melody that brings a crescendo of tension and excitement: right from the start Figaro feels like it’s going to be a fun, enjoyable evening. The orchestra is neatly placed in the transept of St. David’s Church, ready to fill the imposing space with the spirit of Mozart’s lively symphonies for […]
Have you ever dreamed of immersing yourself in the world of traditional Japan? Although set closer to our modern age at the start of the twentieth century, the Welsh National Opera’s Madam Butterfly (also known as Cio-Cio-san) is an opera that captures the spirit of Japan on stage with a touch of Puccini, from the smallest […]