22 December 2022
How regional diversity affects the provision of opera
The threat faced by the English National Opera might force them to relocate.
9 November 2022
Martin Aelred Releases Music Video For 'Tam O Shanter'
Scottish singer Martin Aelred released a new song 'Tam O Shanter' along with a music video.
18 October 2021
A specially curated set of performances that shine a light on the lives of opera singers.
29 June 2021
What makes classical music still relevant?
Classical music is everywhere, and most people enjoy it. But what makes it still popular?
24 April 2021
Guildhall School of Music and Drama announces summer season of events
Guildhall School’s digital events are free to attend, and promise an exciting array of jazz, opera and theatre shows.
18 January 2021
Interview with Melanie Gall, music historian and vocalist
Melanie holds five (yes five!) opera degrees, has a tame pet sparrow, and is the only Canadian performer to perform in Chad. She also has two shows available to watch for free in season 2 of [email protected]
1 October 2020
How to sing with Joanne Roughton-Arnold
Voice caught up with opera singer, and violinist Joanne Roughton-Arnold for her advice on how to sing, and her journey to opera, as part of the Artist Workshop with Voice series, funded by Arts Council England.
9 August 2019
Circus for grown ups is an apt description. An incredibly fun show with talented performers that will make anyone’s evening.
10 July 2019
Interview with Verity Lane: Origami Soundscapes X The Crane, Arcola Theatre
Combing real-time oragami and a bitesized opera of Japanese folklore, artist and composer Verity Lane has created a truly unique show for the Arcola Theatre’s Grimeborn Opera Festival
17 June 2019
Don(er) Pasquale: A riotous, comical opera?
A modern twist on an old art form leads to an funny, entertaining performance.
26 February 2019
Brexit, the arts & young performers
How Brexit will affect Arts and Culture in the UK
22 June 2018
How to own your performance
A few tips on how to own your performance from a trained classical/opera singer. It might not be as difficult as you think it would be!
5 April 2018
Is opera really an elitist art form?
Stereotypes of opera and how they damage the art form.
Please feel free to comment on the subjects addressed in the article and let me know whether my article has swayed your views on opera from your previous thoughts on it!
24 January 2018
Passion, Power, Politics and Pomp? Opera needs to go back to its revolutionary roots
The V&A’s examination of Opera’s tumultuous history highlights its need for a modern revolution to reclaim its position at the cutting edge of politics.
18 November 2016
Case Study: Kitty Casey, Silver Achiever
Kitty completed her Silver Arts Award by learning the art of opera singing! Here's how her experience went.
15 November 2016
Backstage with...reviving costumes at the Royal Opera House
Glittering with gold and spangled with the chandelier's silver light, the Adelphi Suite in the Waldorf Hilton Hotel is the perfect venue to learn about the grand art of making and reviving costumes for opera and ballet.
24 June 2016
Oedipe, Royal Opera House
Enescu's demanding masterpiece showed for the first time at London's ROH. The eternal figure of Oedipus moves, in this astonishing production, through different epochs.
31 May 2016
This weekend, Secret Opera presented a devised adaptation of the popular opera Carmen by Georges Bizet (1838 – 75). Directed by Robin Pieta, a well-established opera singer, who also took on the role of Jose, the sexually confused protagonist of the play.