Sun 7 December 2014, The Sunday Times

Children get opera in a minor key

By Richard Brooks
Opera is usually considered the toughest art form to appreciate and understand. It is also often dismissed by many as “for the posh”. So imagine composing and staging an opera especially for children, an age group some might have thought unsuited to its sounds and cadences.
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