Elizabeth Davis

Elizabeth Davis

Elizabeth Davis is a music journalist and editorial assistant at the Royal Opera House

08/03/2012

Giant pantomime cats, skimpy costumes and plenty of blood. Covent Garden's Rusalka has certainly raised a few eyebrows – but, asks Elizabeth Davis, are directors ever right to dramatically change an opera's setting?

05/09/2012

Lang Lang, Peter Donohoe and the Labèque sisters feature in six-week season

02/04/2012

Composer Mark-Anthony Turnage also nominated for his opera Anna Nicole at the Royal Opera House

02/04/2012

Six new productions and a revival of Wagner's Ring Cycle

02/04/2012

All four operas to be shown in 48 cinemas in the UK

03/04/2012

This January, soprano Ilona Domnich is performing in Death: Southbank Centre’s Festival for the Living. But, she explains, there’s no reason to be sad

03/04/2012

The Russian baritone talks about his new recording of Rachmaninov Romances

03/04/2012

The world-renowned Messiaen interpreter on why he’s branched out to Bach with his latest recording

03/04/2012

The Russian conductor who dramatically left the Bolshoi Theatre in 2009 talks about Rachmaninov, Scriabin and the difference between Russian and English orchestras

03/04/2012

We talk to the soprano about singing in operas by Strauss… and by the 11-year-old Mozart

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