Opera

By Claire McQue | 30 Aug 2019

Art and ecology collide at the Venice Biennale

In the Palazzo Ca’Tron, an elegant 16th-century structure on Venice’s Canal Grande, a shoal of blue marlin dance through a turquoise lagoon. Vines spiral around giant trees and, hanging fr... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 23 Oct 2018

What makes the best hotels in the world stand out? We ask the experts

10 years ago, brothers Ivan and Rouslan Lartisien decided to bring their favourite luxury hotels to a digital-savvy clientele by launching the Grand Luxury Group. But their carefully curated hote... Read More

By Tempus | 20 Sep 2018

Urbanologie founder reveals the most delicious dining available during the Monaco Yacht Show

From diverse dining experiences to traditional savoir-faire, Monaco's restaurant scene is well known for its international luxury appeal. But it's not just central Monte-Carlo that can provide... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 17 Aug 2018

Famed hotel designer Pierre-Yves Rochon on his crystal collaboration with Lalique

When it comes to hotel design, the work of Pierre-Yves Rochon can only be described as iconic. It's an overused phrase, yes, but for the designer of luxury landmarks such as the Four Seasons Hotel... Read More

By Rose Adams | 11 Jul 2018

Dreamgirls actress Moya Angela on why playing Effie is her dream role

Moya Angela is a force to be reckoned with. After sell-out stints in The Lion King, Ghost the Musical and Dreamgirls on New York's Broadway, now the international musical theatre actress... Read More

By Rose Adams | 05 Jun 2018

All eyes are on Covent Garden as it becomes the luxury restaurant destination

Covent Garden’s piazza has long been thought of as one of central London’s historical hotspots for culture and entertainment, but this summer it’s undergoing a radical gastronomical ... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 04 Jun 2018

Opera star Carly Paoli celebrates Classic BRIT nomination

Opera singer Carly Paoli has become a household name in Italy, best known for her light and playful interpretation of arias and musical theatre standards alike. But although the British-Italian singer... Read More

By Rose Adams | 29 Mar 2018

Return of the Mack: Tempus meets Artist Bill Mack as he brings unique Hollywood collection to London

When it comes to modern historical artefacts, the Hollywood sign is the most acclaimed of them all. Instantly recognisable and an enduring symbol of the golden era of cinema &ndash... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 29 Mar 2018

Monaco Yacht Show commits to saving the world's oceans with Prince Albert's 2018 gala

As the threat of climate change becomes ever more real, governments and businesses alike are being called upon to consider their impact upon our environments. For the cynical, the buzzword of sustaina... Read More

By Rose Adams | 07 Mar 2018

Woman with altitude: recreating the journey of Alexandra David–Neél

As International Women's Day places the spotlight firmly on inspirational females pushing boundaries within the worlds of business, sports, arts and beyond this Thursday 8... Read More

By Tempus | 02 Mar 2018

The Weekend: your guide to London's most glamorous culture and cuisine

Ready for the weekend Excitement for The Academy Awards is hitting fever pitch, even as the Beast from the East continues to bring its unseasonal cold snap to the UK. But whether you're tempted to... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 05 Feb 2018

Singing her dreams: operatic star Carly Paoli on preparing for Cadogan Hall

Classical music star Carly Paoli might be best known for her light tone and emotional interpretation, but the mezzo-soprano says she is as much influenced by Judi Garland as her Three Tenors mentor Jo... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 15 Nov 2017

Jumeirah Carlton Towers hits the perfect note with their Opera-themed Afternoon Tea

Afternoon tea in London is always a favourite among the city's visitors, and while trendy brunch spots have lured locals away from old-fashioned finger sandwiches, clever hotels are revolutio... Read More

By Tempus | 27 Oct 2017

Take a look at the new hotel opening next to the Palace of Versailles

Just 200m from the historic Palace of Versailles, the Hôtel Le Louis Versailles Château, MGallery by Sofitel opened its doors this month to offer guests a glimpse of French ... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 29 Aug 2017

Pianist Fabio D’Andrea on making classical music come alive

Fabio D’Andrea is one of Britain’s brightest young composers and pianists. His aim is to bring classical music to a contemporary audience and he has been highly acclaimed by critics &ndash... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 18 Aug 2017

Artist Pauline Amos tells London to 'Pity the Meat' in her immersive new performance work

In east London’s Stolen Space Gallery, Pauline Amos is quite literally climbing the walls to ready the outline for her new, immersive work of performance art. By the 24 August, Pauline’s e... Read More

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