Monthly Archives: August 2011

Studio Opera in London: Grimeborn/Tête à Tête/OperaUpClose

It’s that time of year when the two London studio opera festivals go head-to-head (!), for reasons that I don’t really understand (couldn’t one of them be a little earlier…?), and had I any money I would most certainly be … Continue reading

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‘The Question of Qualitative Compromise’ (New venues, new conventions II)

An extremely positive review of both the Rite of Spring Project and London’s first Yellow Lounge, surfaced on theartsdesk website a couple of weeks ago. It was written by Igor Toronyi-Lalic, whose previous article on Yellow Lounge I recently critiqued, … Continue reading

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