August Everding, Bayerische Staatsoper, Covent Garden, Diana Damrau, eternity, George Orwell, God, Graeme Danby, heaven, J.D. McClatchy, Jeremy Irons, Jeremy White, Jonnie Fiori, Lawrence Bronwlee, London, Lorin Maazel, Mary Lloyd-Davies, Nancy Gustafson, Richiard Marginson, Robert Lepage, Royal Opera House, Simon Keenlyside, The Demon Barbers, Thomas Meehan
The Opera has a unique, divine beauty; it is as if the art of representation was put into practice by God himself.
The voices of the singers of the Opera caress Heaven, they are strings of art that vibrate in eternity: they are the extraordinary beauty of creation.
In 1984 everything is perfect.
One day I hope to see a lyric opera like this live, right at the Opera House in London: it would be a wonderful dream come true.