About Opera Magazine
Described by the Daily Telegraph as ‘the bible of the industry', OPERA has been the world's leading commentator on the lyric stage for over 65 years. It was founded in 1950 by the late Lord Harewood, and since then has provided unrivalled coverage of events through a mixture of features, reviews (live performances, recordings, books) and analysis, plus monthly listings of events worldwide and our famous ‘We hear that' section. Our long-standing editors-Harold Rosenthal, Rodney Milnes and (since 2000) John Allison-have ensured continuity, and our editorial board includes many of the most distinguished opera critics from Britain's national newspapers. London-based, the magazine has an unrivalled network of international correspondents, covering performances from around the globe.
Editor: John Allison
Deputy Editors: Erica Jeal and Henrietta Bredin
Commercial Director: Megan Jackson
Editorial Board: Martin Bernheimer, Hugh Canning, Rupert Christiansen, Andrew Clark, Andrew Clements, Richard Fairman, George Hall, Fiona Maddocks, Rodney Milnes (Chairman), Roger Parker