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News in pictures From the blogs A new year and some fresh faces have joined the gang. After last week's episode which contained some action scenes that bordered on the ludicrous, it was ... Cesar Milan, The Dog Whisperer, was back on our show this
Marek Janowski has already recorded Hans Werner Henze's Seventh, Eighth and Ninth symphonies for Wergo, all much bigger, more imposing statements than these three works, each of which has strong connections with the theatre. Within a couple of weeks
When recordings of genuine rarities are presumably languishing somewhere in the archives Henze's Elegy for Young Lovers, Maw's The Rising of the Moon, Birtwistle's The Second Mrs Kong and The Last Supper, and other such works that have never been
Why don’t they all DIE?” screams the poet Gregor Mittenhofer about the fawning creatures that surround him in Hans Werner Henze’s opera “Elegy for Young Lovers.” Pick any creative artist known for disreputable human traits — and there are plenty —
Anything but Ancient Egypt was the brief, and anything but Ancient Egypt was what we got. Aztec, Samurai and Janissary motifs collide in David McVicar's Aida, along with the robes, hairpieces, nail-extensions and maquillage of a variety of aliens
So impressed, in fact, that we forgive her the fact that she laughed raucously, and sometimes alone, at the opera's jokes on opening night. Still, if she wasn't enjoying it, what hope is there for everyone else?
At an inn in the Austrian Alps Hilda Mack waits for her husband...Each year the celebrated poet Gregor Mittenhofer comes to visit drawing inspiration from her visions...Until, that is, her husband’s corpse is retrieved from the Hammerhorn glacier.
Fiona Shaw talks to Edward Seckerson about the not inconsiderable demands of juggling Restoration comedy with German expressionism. It almost doesn’t bear thinking about. Between shows at the National Theatre, where she’s been delighting audiences
The 83-year-old talks about his two months in a coma and why loss has inspired his best work Back from the dead … Berlin Opera's production of Phaedra, 2007. Photograph: Ruth Walz I am standing outside the German composer Hans Werner Henze's house