New: The complete digital archive of OPERA, stretching back to 1950, is now available to subscribers! Explore nearly 70 years’ worth of articles, reviews and photographs: an unparalleled resource within the operatic world.
Described as "the bible of the industry" (The Daily Telegraph), OPERA has been the world’s leading commentator on the lyric stage for nearly 70 years. Founded in 1950 by the late Lord Harewood, we continue to provide unrivalled coverage of events through a mixture of reviews (live performances, recordings, books, CDs and DVDs), features and analysis, plus listings of all major opera houses and events worldwide. Our long-standing editors – Harold Rosenthal, Rodney Milnes and, since 2000, John Allison – have ensured continuity and our editorial board is made up of the most distinguished opera critics from Britain’s national newspapers. Though London-based, we have a network of international correspondents, covering performances from every corner of the globe.
Access to this digital version and the opera archive is FREE with your print subscription!
Please visit www.opera.co.uk and subscribe to Opera magazine to gain your account/subscription code. Then follow the instructions below for full FREE access to the latest issues and the archive.
To access your free digital subscription with your account/subscription code -Click here - Enter your account/subscription code - Choose a password - Register your subscription and follow the instructions on screen The password you choose here is also the password you need if you choose to download our app for iPhone, iPad or Android phones.
Enjoy the world’s leading opera magazine anywhere in the world.
Digital publishing provides a wonderful opportunity to access OPERA wherever you are in the world. You can quickly and easily search every copy dating back to 1950 and each month receive an email when your latest new copy is available to read.
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