30 March 2017
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English National Opera
No. of reviews: 16
Partenope is an operatic London Eye
|24 Mar 17 / A Younger Theatre|
Despite having a ludicrous plot, this is a glorious evening's entertainment
|21 Mar 17 / Express|
A musically sparkling revival of ENO's stylish 1920s production with Sarah Tynan stunning in the title role
|20 Mar 17 / Planet Hugill|
Partenope surréaliste au London Coliseum
|20 Mar 17 / Opera Online|
surrealism and sensuality at English National Opera
|20 Mar 17 / Opera Today|
Curnyn and ENO revive Alden’s 2008 production of Handel’s Partenope with splendid results
|20 Mar 17 / Seen and Heard|
The Orchestra under conductor Christian Curnyn brings out the glories of Handel’s sublime music
|19 Mar 17 / Express|
Sung as mellifluously as this, it’s one not to be missed
|18 Mar 17 / Independent|
English National Opera’s production is a delight
|18 Mar 17 / Financial Times (via Google)|
Handel's spry comic opera returns to ENO in a strongly cast revival
|17 Mar 17 / What's on Stage|
The cast is less starry than on its original run in 2008, but is accomplished enough
|17 Mar 17 / Classical Source|
This witty, wry masterpiece gets the perfect updating
|17 Mar 17 / The Times|
Handel on a night out with beardy bohemians
|16 Mar 17 / The Guardian|
A striking night in 1920s Paris
|16 Mar 17 / Evening Standard|
Pleasant enough but little more
|16 Mar 17 / Bachtrack|
Combining vivacity with delicacy
|16 Mar 17 / The Stage|
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