|Date and venue||Title||Submitted by|
Royal Conservatoire of Scotland: Alexander Gibson Opera School
|Royal Conservatoire of Scotland: The Rape of Lucretia||David Smythe|
|The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland moved from its main theatre into the smaller opera studio for the latest offering from the Opera School students, Britten’s Rape of Lucretia. Premièred at Glyndebourne in 1949, this opera for eight singers and thirteen orchestra players significantly gained intensity by being performed in a chamber space rather than a main stage.
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