Opus Arte and the Dutch National Opera offer up an exciting video premiere of this major 20th century piece that is not to be missed.
This world-premiere falls just short of delivering the excitement that both its original source material and this famous company deserve.
Théâtre du Châtelet put on a defining performance of Philip Glass’ signature, groundbreaking 1970s opera on this latest Opus Arte release.
The LPO capped 2015’s Glyndebourne festivities with this moving rendition of Britten’s early chamber opera, captured here on Blu-ray from Opus Arte.
Famed 19th century French playwright Henry de Montherlant was so enthralled by a romantic account of an ill-fated love affair between 14th century Portuguese Prince Pedro, and his wife’s lady-in-waiting, Ines de Castro, that he based a very successful stage play, La Reine Morte (The Dead Queen) on this story. Contemporary French choreographer, Kader Belarbi discovered […]
The Royal Ballet and Opus Arte offer up another sumptuous delight of Frederick Ashton’s take on the ballet La Fille Mal Gardée on Blu-ray.
A definitive performance of this early 20th century masterpiece that gets strong vocal and orchestral contributions.
Experienced leader Mark Elder and two future stars give a good turn at La Traviata on Blu-ray from Opus Arte
Wagner’s towering opera Tannhäuser gets some strong vocal performances, is undone by perverse and bizarre staging concepts.
Updated version of Strauss’ masterpiece Der Rosenkavelier features some sensational vocal performances and sensitive conducting.