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Opera Now  |  April 2017  


Christophe Rousset celebrates a quarter century at the forefront of the Early Music scene with Les Talens Lyriques; Sir John Eliot Gardiner takes Monteverdi’s three surviving operas on tour around the world; and our guide to the brightest and best opera festivals of 2017.

Plus, remembering the velvet voice of Swedish tenor Nicolai Gedda; individuality and imagination in the songs of Arthur Sullivan; Debussy’s ravishing Pelléas lets down its hair at Garsington; American baritone Scott Hendricks shares his love of playing bad boys; the art of the librettist; British conductor Nicholas Chalmers; and an 80th birthday tribute to Grace Bumbry.
Opera Now magazine takes you to the heart of the opera world, capturing all its colour and drama both on stage and behind the scenes.

Every issue of Opera Now includes:
• Interviews with opera’s famous personalities.
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   A must-read for Opera fans Reviewed Wednesday, January 4, 2017
Opera Now keeps me up to date with the latest news from the world of Opera and features some excellent articles and interviews.

Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in Opera Now April 2017.

Welcome BENJAMIN EALOVEGA This year’s celebrations for Monteverdi’s 450th birthday are an occasion to contemplate the origins of opera. The early 17th century was a remarkable time: an age of exper...
Feedback Write to Opera Now, 20 Rugby Street, London, WC1N 3QZ, email opera.now@rhinegold.co.uk or tweet @Operanow. Star letters will receive a free DVD from Opus Arte’s extensive catalogue of world-class oper...
ARTIST OF THE MONTH NICHOLAS CHALMERS The young British conductor Nicholas Chalmers is establishing a formidable reputation in the opera world as a champion of emerging talent and a passionate advocate for the future of the art form. His ...
V&A TO MOUNT MAJOR OPERA EXHIBITION London’s Victoria and Albert Museum has announced that it will mount a major new exhibition this autumn in collaboration with the Royal Opera House, aimed at creating a ‘vivid and immersive journey’ ...
ABANDONED LISZT OPERA RECEIVES PREMIERE An excerpt from an opera that Franz Liszt began in 1849 will receive its premiere later this year. The manuscript, which has lain in a Weimar archive for nearly 170 years, was assumed to be fragmenta...
OBITUARY KURT MOLL German bass Kurt Moll has died aged 78. One of the most highly regarded Wagnerian singers of his generation, his 45-year career saw him turn his dark tone and impressive deep notes to roles...
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Opera Now   |   April 2017   


Christophe Rousset celebrates a quarter century at the forefront of the Early Music scene with Les Talens Lyriques; Sir John Eliot Gardiner takes Monteverdi’s three surviving operas on tour around the world; and our guide to the brightest and best opera festivals of 2017.

Plus, remembering the velvet voice of Swedish tenor Nicolai Gedda; individuality and imagination in the songs of Arthur Sullivan; Debussy’s ravishing Pelléas lets down its hair at Garsington; American baritone Scott Hendricks shares his love of playing bad boys; the art of the librettist; British conductor Nicholas Chalmers; and an 80th birthday tribute to Grace Bumbry.
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You'll receive 11 issues during a 1 year Opera Now magazine print subscription.
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