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It’s been a quiet old time here at OperaWatch HQ. The furniture is dust-covered, the trainee opera critics have all been furloughed and I sit here like Miss Havisham dripping in cobwebs and waiting for news, any news.Read the full story..
Saturday night was going to be big.Read the full story..
Of all the iconic Italian operas, I had yet to see Verdi’s Aida.Read the full story..
At OperaWatch we always look forward to an invitation to the latest student production at the Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM).Read the full story..
Opera Review: The Rite of Spring by Igor Stravinsky; Gianni Schacci by Giacomo Puccini, Opera North, The Lowry
The excitement in the office at OperaWatch was palpable.Read the full story..
I was going to start with that old OperaWatch standby: “It’s been a quiet time here at OW offices.”Read the full story..
Oh, the irony! I had to miss the Marx Brothers’ A Night at the Opera for a night at the opera.Read the full story..
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