Giuseppe Verdi: La Traviata
The first ever production of La Traviata by Peter Konwitschny of the Graz Opera is a highly-focused, intelligent reading of the music that was widely acclaimed by audiences.
Elisabeth Naske: Die Rote Zora
Red Zora is a contemporary opera especially written and directed for a young audience. A courageous girl, called Red Zora, is the leader of a gang of orphans in 1930s Croatia who are fighting against injustice and unscrupulousness.
Britten: Albert Herring
Albert Herring, Benjamin Britten's comic opera is gently laced with moments of farce and a jocular parody on life in East Suffolk at the turn of the 20th century.
Benjamin Britten: Peter Grimes on Aldeburgh Beach
Peter Grimes on Aldeburgh Beach takes place in the heart of the town that inspired it and is the film interpretation of Britten’s Peter Grimes, the most successful opera of post-war Britain.
Carmen by Olivier Py
Georges Bizet's 19th-century masterpiece of French opera has constantly been a worldwide success since its laborious creation at the Opera Comique in Paris; to such an extent, in fact, that today it is the most popular opera in the world. Olivier Py is directing it in Lyon just four years after having presented Curlew River by Britten.
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