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26th revival for John Copley’s La bohème

Date Posted: 26/08/2012

With booking now available from 17th December to 12th March, John Copley’s 1974 production of La bohème returns to the Royal Opera House for its 26th revival.

La bohème is the tragic love story of impoverished poet Rodolfo and fragile seamstress Mimi, set against the evolving background of bohemian life in 19th century Paris.

Puccini composition

La bohème features the hauntingly beautiful melodies of Puccini’s composition, capturing the spirit of bohemian life.

The opera will be conducted by Mark Elder during December and January, with Alexander Joel taking over the baton in February and March.

Roles of Rodolfo and Mimi

Across the run, Rodolfo is sung by Mexican tenor Rolando Villazon, Ukranian tenor Dmytro Popov, Romanian tenor Teodor Ilincai, and Italian tenor Vittorio Grigolo.

Mimi is sung by Latvian soprano Maija Kovalevska, Romanian soprano Anita Hartig, and Italian soprano Barbara Fritolli.

Group booking information

Group rates are available for parties of ten or more people.

Group travel organisers should note that coaches can drop-off and pick-up at the designated point on Russell Street.

For further group travel information contact:

020-7304 4002

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