Andrew Radley makes his debut for Scottish Opera

17 February 2011

Andrew Radley has made his debut for Scottish Opera at the Theatre Royal in Glasgow this week in a new production of Handel’s Orlando by Harry Fehr. This exciting new adaptation is deftly conveyed through “captivating” performances from a “first-rate” cast.

Rupert Christiansen of The Telegraph says that the “new Scottish Opera production of Orlando is a little triumph” and that “Andrew Radley lends strong support as Medoro”.

Michael Tumelty of Herald Scotland says about Scottish Opera’s “brilliant new production” that “dramatically, it is spot on. But musically it is stunning, with fantastic singing from Sally Silver (Angelica) countertenors Tim Mead and Andrew Radley (Orlando and Medoro).

Carla Whalen of The Scotsman describes Scottish Opera’s Orlando “a thing of real beauty” and says that Angelica’s “natural vulnerability worked particularly well in duets with Andrew Radley, playing Medoro”.

Derval Tannam of The Journal talks about an “undeniably gifted Radley”.

Further details on the production can be found by clicking here.

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