Glyndebourne Festival - L'Enfant et les Sortilèges Reviews
19 April 2021
Julie Pasturaud
Elliot Madore, Khatouna Gadelia
Khatouna Gadelia, Kathleen Kim
François Piolino
François Piolino, Khatouna Gadelia, Elodie Méchain

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L'Enfant et les Sortilèges

Glyndebourne Festival


No. of reviews: 12

Magical evenings like this one are to be treasured
18 Aug 12 / Musical Criticism
Twin Ravel operas make a fine and fitting finale to the 2012 Glyndebourne season
17 Aug 12 / Telegraph
A near perfect double bill
13 Aug 12 / The Observer
Glyndeborne's double bill of Ravel operas captures the composer's delicate touch
13 Aug 12 / Independent on Sunday
This Ravel pairing is one of Glyndebourne’s finest two hours
12 Aug 12 / Classical Source
Ravel’s captivating double bill is a splendid end to the 2012 programme
9 Aug 12 / What's on Stage
The shattered dreams of fin-de-siècle, Europe are obliquely but unmistakably alluded to
9 Aug 12 / Evening Standard
Kazushi Ono conducts both works with impeccable style
7 Aug 12 / The Guardian
Deep-furred and seductively silky, but clever and clawed, too
7 Aug 12 / Telegraph
A neat double bill
7 Aug 12 / The Stage
In artistic terms this must be the greenest festival Glyndebourne has ever seen
6 Aug 12 / Financial Times (via Google)
Dazzling stages of two Ravel operas reveal their style and flatter their substance
5 Aug 12 / The Arts Desk
Glyndebourne's odd double
One's about a small boy's nightmare, the other a naughty tale of adultery – all that links director Laurent Pelly's Glyndebourne double-bill is Ravel.
Production details
Cast
Gadelia, Méchain, Madore, Gay, Pasturaud, Fahima, Piolino, Kim, d'Oustrac
(c) Ono (d) Pelly
Performance dates
4, 6, 8, 10, 13, 16, 19, 21, 23, 25 August 2012
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