When a score comes to life for the first time (by Berrak Dyer)

“We leave the rehearsal room singing lines from the opera, we quote parts of the libretto to each other within other contexts, and this is when we know the work has paid off and that we all have the privilege to be creating something special and for the very first time.”

Robin Hood: more human than hero (by Polly Graham)

Robin Hood is a character from English myth. Instantly, the name conjures
romantic images of living in the woods, and of fighting with his Merry Men
against injustice…

Thoughts on writing music for a new opera (by Dani Howard)

To me, the main difference between this project and all of my other work was the sheer length. A 90-minute opera is significantly different to the 2-15 minute pieces I have been used to writing. The only way I can describe this difference, would be like that of writing a short story versus a novel.