2 March 2017
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The Royal Opera
No. of reviews: 19
Au revoir Mme Fleming
|25 Jan 17 / toutelaculture.com|
|17 Jan 17 / Forum Opéra|
El caballero de las putas
|12 Jan 17 / Mundo Clásico (Spanish)|
Has the subtlety of a howitzer
|5 Jan 17 / The Spectator|
Your money or your love
|27 Dec 16 / The Critics' Circle|
A return to Robert Carsen's new production to hear two very different singers as the Marschallin and Octavian
|26 Dec 16 / Planet Hugill|
Amber and gold from a second Marschallin and Octavian
|24 Dec 16 / The Arts Desk|
Renée Fleming bids farewell to the UK stage in Robert Carsen's new production
|22 Dec 16 / What's on Stage|
Richard Strauss's Rosenkavalier is not an easy opera to produce
|22 Dec 16 / Express|
Renée Fleming was an elegant and beautifully nuanced Marschallin
|21 Dec 16 / Mark Ronan's Theatre Reviews|
Fleming's farewell to London
|20 Dec 16 / Opera Today|
Handsome production is a springboard to new ideas
|20 Dec 16 / Evening Standard|
Not as romantic as usual
|20 Dec 16 / The Stage|
Robert Carsen’s felicitous production sails triumphantly past inherent problems in the work
|20 Dec 16 / Independent|
The Royal Opera’s new Der Rosenkavalier: rather a missed opportunity
|19 Dec 16 / Seen and Heard|
Big guns and young lovers overcome stage obstacles
|19 Dec 16 / The Guardian|
Stop all the clocks: Renée Fleming's valedictory Marschallin at the Royal Opera
|19 Dec 16 / Bachtrack|
This long, virtuosic score came across with incomparable style
|19 Dec 16 / Classical Source|
This glamorous Rosenkavalier is a much-needed hit for Covent Garden
|19 Dec 16 / Telegraph|
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