The great question at the centre of Strauss’ last opera Capriccio asks us to consider which is of greater importance – the words or the music.
Without words there would be no reason for a song; without music lyrics die an unsung death. Unwrap this conundrum with Adrian Kelly, conductor for Eugene Onegin and Michael Williams, lyricist for Georgiana as they discuss, debate, divulge a little about the process of creating operas and music theatre.
Adrian Kelly on piano with BIF singers
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