Intermezzo is a English-speaking blog specialized in the field of classical music and opera. As such, Intermezzo is a qualified source of soClassiQ, like AfriClassical or Meeting in Music and many others. The oldest article indexed by soClassiQ is dated 2012-01-01. Since then, a total of 1130 articles have been written and published by Intermezzo.
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Just in case your appetite for Covent Garden's La bohème is not fully sated, Travelzoo have a half price ticket offer for July performances. Stalls seats for matinee shows are 'only' £95 (a saving of up to 50%) with the code tzooboheme (case sensitive). Dates applicable are Sunday 13 July (12pm) and Saturday 19 July (2pm). This is the last chance to see John Copley's production before it finally bows out in 2015.
Get two tickets for the price of one to tomorrow's cinema screening of Benvenuto Cellini when you subscribe to the ENO Screen newsletter . Participating cinemas are listed here . This is the best thing ENO have done in years, so don't miss it.
Cecilia Bartoli has had a busy week. Opening her 2014 Salzburg Whitsun Festival, singing in it, celebrating her birthday and, finally, revealing her plans for the 2015 festival. All whilst dressed as a milkmaid. Pretty impressive. This year's festival centres...
Sunday 8 June is the date for the first of this year's Glyndebourne not-quite-livestreams. Der Rosenkavalier can be seen on the Glyndebourne and Daily Telegraph websites (free), and in cinemas (£££). The live show begins at 3.20pm but the streaming doesn't start until 4.30pm so that home audiences are spared most of the extended dinner interval.