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Iestyn Davies sits in front of a grey wall

Interview: renowned opera singer Iestyn Davies

Cambridge, choirs, colleges and everything else
Poster for Eugene Onegin

Review: Eugene Onegin at St John’s College Auditorium

The People's Opera's production of Eugene Onegin is a great achievement against the odds

The long read: behind the curtain of opera’s accessibility crisis

Josh Taylor explores opera's apparent lack of appeal
A scene from Silent Night. A group of World War I soldiers sit in various positions and cheer on a soldier in the centre who has a hand raised and is singing.

Silent Night Review – ‘a story very relevant to our time’

The multilingual reimagining of the Christmas Truce at Leeds Town Hall feels particularly timely

The Corridor review – ‘a serious spectacle of operatic drama’

Isaac Pockney is spellbound by an opera that puts a fresh twist on a classic tale

Ignore the naysayers, opera is for everyone

Many have dismissed opera as unaffordable and elitist – they are missing out, writes Jack Pepper

La Bohème review – ‘Shabby and chic but not lacking in...

Amid the fakery of Shoreditch, Jack Hunter finds a rare thing: an age-old opera that celebrates the joy of being young
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