Alexandra Coghlan is the New Statesman's classical music critic.

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Cultural Capital
11 April 2014
Live opera is as physical as art gets.
Cultural Capital
20 March 2014
Rodelinda and Die Frau Ohne Schatten.
Cultural Capital
03 March 2014
From the sublime to the deeply challenging.
Music and Performance
14 February 2014
Dream lover.
Culture
30 January 2014
The Queen's composer.
Culture
20 January 2014
Opera’s ultimate problem-child heroine returns.
Culture
28 November 2013
Complicite’s The Magic Flute London Coliseum, WC2 Everyone’s at it. Michael Grandage, Carrie Cracknell,...
Cultural Capital
21 October 2013
Dark and light, certainty and doubt.
Music and Performance
17 October 2013
As with theatre, what's on the page is only half the story.
Cultural Capital
07 October 2013
Die Fledermaus and Elektra.
Culture
26 September 2013
Baroque Encounter at the Handel House Museum.
Cultural Capital
18 September 2013
Music and Performance
07 September 2013
The Last Night of the Proms conductor.
Music and Performance
31 August 2013
The facts are all in opera’s favour but that doesn’t solve its persistent image problem, writes Alexandra Coghlan.

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