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27 May 2017
A powerful tale where paganism and sensuality battle religion and restraint. Szymanowski’s intoxicating, iridescent music is rarely heard on the opera stage, so don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to hear a 20th-century masterpiece.This co-production with Royal Opera House was first performed in Covent Garden and 'rapturously acclaimed' by critics who described Kasper Holten’s arresting staging as a 'major artistic triumph'.Subscriptions on sale now from the website. Single Tickets on sale 12 October, 2016.
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