2 July 2018 at 12.51pm | 11 Comments
— Anne Coates (@Anne_Coates1) June 30, 2018
— Anne Salter ???????? ???????? #WATON #FINALSAY (@Anne_WithAn_E) June 29, 2018
#ROHDonGiovanni particularly worth seeing for Hrachuhi Bassenz’s gloriously characterised and vocalised Elvira, capped by perhaps the most intense Mi tradì I have ever heard
— Kevin Ng (@KevinWNg) June 29, 2018
#ROHdongiovanni in 20 secs... in the 1st Act he gets his tuppence, in the 2nd his comeuppance
— Opera Snap (@OperaSnap) June 29, 2018
— Barbara Rich (@BarbaraRich_law) June 29, 2018
#ROHDonGiovanni #ROHGiovanni is long, yet this was an exceptional performance. Definitely keeping Rachel Willis-Sørensen & Hrachuhi Bassenz on my radar having seen them perform tremendously tonight. Hands down, D'Arcangelo & Kwiecien's servant/Don act is the best I've ever seen. pic.twitter.com/xVmnjeXVhh
— Trendfem.com (@MaryGNguyen) June 29, 2018
An absolutely #stellarcast at this evening’s #DonGiovanni at the @RoyalOperaHouse under the #magical musical direction of #MarkMinkowski; it was also a delight to witness a rare UK occurrence – #DonnaAnna & #Zerlina cast correctly – in the form of @RWSing & @ChenReiss! #Mozart
— Ian Peter (@IanPeterB) June 29, 2018
— Peter Leon (@petersgleon) June 29, 2018
Who needs Love Island when you’ve got Don Giovanni: a player that the women can’t resist, a nice guy that the women just can’t fall for, and a woman abandoned by her lover who wants to hate him but is besotted. Who says opera isn’t still relevant? @TheRoyalOpera #ROHGiovanni
— Polly Gamble (@pollygamble) June 29, 2018
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Don Giovanni runs until 17 July 2018. Tickets are still available.
It is a co-production with Israeli Opera, Gran Teatre del Liceu, Barcelona, and Houston Grand Opera.