Rinaldo with Glyndebourne on Tour
Oct
26
4:00 PM16:00

Rinaldo with Glyndebourne on Tour

“A magical battle of wits and wills ensues between Rinaldo’s Crusaders and the Saracen army, as the fate not just of two lovers but two nations hangs in the balance.

Carsen’s exuberant schoolroom staging is well on its way to becoming a Glyndebourne classic, bringing out all the energy and excess in Handel’s first opera for the London stage. The composer’s colourful, tune-filled score – bright with brass fanfares and memorable arias including ‘Lascia ch’io pianga’ – is one of his finest, sweeping the audience from laughter to love and back again, in this exotic, East-meets-West musical fantasy.”

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Rinaldo with Glyndebourne on Tour
Oct
29
4:00 PM16:00

Rinaldo with Glyndebourne on Tour

“A magical battle of wits and wills ensues between Rinaldo’s Crusaders and the Saracen army, as the fate not just of two lovers but two nations hangs in the balance.

Carsen’s exuberant schoolroom staging is well on its way to becoming a Glyndebourne classic, bringing out all the energy and excess in Handel’s first opera for the London stage. The composer’s colourful, tune-filled score – bright with brass fanfares and memorable arias including ‘Lascia ch’io pianga’ – is one of his finest, sweeping the audience from laughter to love and back again, in this exotic, East-meets-West musical fantasy.”

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Rinaldo with Glyndebourne on Tour
Nov
1
6:30 PM18:30

Rinaldo with Glyndebourne on Tour

“A magical battle of wits and wills ensues between Rinaldo’s Crusaders and the Saracen army, as the fate not just of two lovers but two nations hangs in the balance.

Carsen’s exuberant schoolroom staging is well on its way to becoming a Glyndebourne classic, bringing out all the energy and excess in Handel’s first opera for the London stage. The composer’s colourful, tune-filled score – bright with brass fanfares and memorable arias including ‘Lascia ch’io pianga’ – is one of his finest, sweeping the audience from laughter to love and back again, in this exotic, East-meets-West musical fantasy.”

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Rinaldo with GoT // Canterbury
Nov
8
7:15 PM19:15

Rinaldo with GoT // Canterbury

“A magical battle of wits and wills ensues between Rinaldo’s Crusaders and the Saracen army, as the fate not just of two lovers but two nations hangs in the balance.

Carsen’s exuberant schoolroom staging is well on its way to becoming a Glyndebourne classic, bringing out all the energy and excess in Handel’s first opera for the London stage. The composer’s colourful, tune-filled score – bright with brass fanfares and memorable arias including ‘Lascia ch’io pianga’ – is one of his finest, sweeping the audience from laughter to love and back again, in this exotic, East-meets-West musical fantasy.”

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Rinaldo with GoT // Milton Keynes
Nov
15
7:15 PM19:15

Rinaldo with GoT // Milton Keynes

“A magical battle of wits and wills ensues between Rinaldo’s Crusaders and the Saracen army, as the fate not just of two lovers but two nations hangs in the balance.

Carsen’s exuberant schoolroom staging is well on its way to becoming a Glyndebourne classic, bringing out all the energy and excess in Handel’s first opera for the London stage. The composer’s colourful, tune-filled score – bright with brass fanfares and memorable arias including ‘Lascia ch’io pianga’ – is one of his finest, sweeping the audience from laughter to love and back again, in this exotic, East-meets-West musical fantasy.”

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In Concert with the Viktoria Mullova and AAM
Nov
18
7:30 PM19:30

In Concert with the Viktoria Mullova and AAM

“Her intelligence and artistry place Viktoria Mullova among the most exciting soloists of her generation, a violinist whose bold clarity of vision lets the music speak directly to the listener.

Here Mullova joins Richard Egarr and the Academy of Ancient Music for a concert that sets the sublime against the joyful in music by Haydn, JS and CPE Bach. The mercurial moods of CPE Bach’s Symphony in A major and the good-natured warmth and earthy wit of Haydn – heard here in his Symphony No 4 and his sparkling Violin Concerto in G major – stand in contrast to the transcendent, other-worldly beauty of Erbarme Dich from JS Bach’s St Matthew Passion, in which the purity of the countertenor voice is set in dialogue with its wordless spirit-double, the violin. Continuing the AAM’s ‘From her Pen’ series which champions the unjustly neglected music of the Baroque’s women composers the concert concludes with ‘Sinfonia’ from Pallade e Marte by the enigmatic Maria Margherita Grimani.”

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In Concert with the Viktoria Mullova and AAM
Nov
20
7:30 PM19:30

In Concert with the Viktoria Mullova and AAM

“Her intelligence and artistry place Viktoria Mullova among the most exciting soloists of her generation, a violinist whose bold clarity of vision lets the music speak directly to the listener.

Here Mullova joins Richard Egarr and the Academy of Ancient Music for a concert that sets the sublime against the joyful in music by Haydn, JS and CPE Bach. The mercurial moods of CPE Bach’s Symphony in A major and the good-natured warmth and earthy wit of Haydn – heard here in his Symphony No 4 and his sparkling Violin Concerto in G major – stand in contrast to the transcendent, other-worldly beauty of Erbarme Dich from JS Bach’s St Matthew Passion, in which the purity of the countertenor voice is set in dialogue with its wordless spirit-double, the violin. Continuing the AAM’s ‘From her Pen’ series which champions the unjustly neglected music of the Baroque’s women composers the concert concludes with ‘Sinfonia’ from Pallade e Marte by the enigmatic Maria Margherita Grimani.”

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Rinaldo with GoT // Liverpool
Nov
22
7:15 PM19:15

Rinaldo with GoT // Liverpool

“A magical battle of wits and wills ensues between Rinaldo’s Crusaders and the Saracen army, as the fate not just of two lovers but two nations hangs in the balance.

Carsen’s exuberant schoolroom staging is well on its way to becoming a Glyndebourne classic, bringing out all the energy and excess in Handel’s first opera for the London stage. The composer’s colourful, tune-filled score – bright with brass fanfares and memorable arias including ‘Lascia ch’io pianga’ – is one of his finest, sweeping the audience from laughter to love and back again, in this exotic, East-meets-West musical fantasy.”

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Rinaldo with GoT // Woking
Nov
29
7:15 PM19:15

Rinaldo with GoT // Woking

“A magical battle of wits and wills ensues between Rinaldo’s Crusaders and the Saracen army, as the fate not just of two lovers but two nations hangs in the balance.

Carsen’s exuberant schoolroom staging is well on its way to becoming a Glyndebourne classic, bringing out all the energy and excess in Handel’s first opera for the London stage. The composer’s colourful, tune-filled score – bright with brass fanfares and memorable arias including ‘Lascia ch’io pianga’ – is one of his finest, sweeping the audience from laughter to love and back again, in this exotic, East-meets-West musical fantasy.”

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Rinaldo with GoT // Norwich
Dec
6
7:15 PM19:15

Rinaldo with GoT // Norwich

“A magical battle of wits and wills ensues between Rinaldo’s Crusaders and the Saracen army, as the fate not just of two lovers but two nations hangs in the balance.

Carsen’s exuberant schoolroom staging is well on its way to becoming a Glyndebourne classic, bringing out all the energy and excess in Handel’s first opera for the London stage. The composer’s colourful, tune-filled score – bright with brass fanfares and memorable arias including ‘Lascia ch’io pianga’ – is one of his finest, sweeping the audience from laughter to love and back again, in this exotic, East-meets-West musical fantasy.”

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Deutsche Oper Berlin
Jan
26
6:00 PM18:00

A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Deutsche Oper Berlin

At the Deutsche Oper Berlin, Donald Runnicles continues his Britten Cycle with A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. It staged the young American director Ted Huffman, who after a series of directing work in France in the German-speaking countries recently attracted attention with his productions of Handel's RINALDO in Frankfurt, MADAMA BUTTERFLY at the Zurich Opera House and SALOME at the Cologne Opera.

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Deutsche Oper Berlin
Jan
29
7:30 PM19:30

A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Deutsche Oper Berlin

At the Deutsche Oper Berlin, Donald Runnicles continues his Britten Cycle with A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. It staged the young American director Ted Huffman, who after a series of directing work in France in the German-speaking countries recently attracted attention with his productions of Handel's RINALDO in Frankfurt, MADAMA BUTTERFLY at the Zurich Opera House and SALOME at the Cologne Opera.

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Deutsche Oper Berlin
Feb
1
7:30 PM19:30

A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Deutsche Oper Berlin

At the Deutsche Oper Berlin, Donald Runnicles continues his Britten Cycle with A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. It staged the young American director Ted Huffman, who after a series of directing work in France in the German-speaking countries recently attracted attention with his productions of Handel's RINALDO in Frankfurt, MADAMA BUTTERFLY at the Zurich Opera House and SALOME at the Cologne Opera.

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Deutsche Oper Berlin
Feb
6
7:30 PM19:30

A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Deutsche Oper Berlin

At the Deutsche Oper Berlin, Donald Runnicles continues his Britten Cycle with A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. It staged the young American director Ted Huffman, who after a series of directing work in France in the German-speaking countries recently attracted attention with his productions of Handel's RINALDO in Frankfurt, MADAMA BUTTERFLY at the Zurich Opera House and SALOME at the Cologne Opera.

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Deutsche Oper Berlin
Feb
22
7:30 PM19:30

A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Deutsche Oper Berlin

At the Deutsche Oper Berlin, Donald Runnicles continues his Britten Cycle with A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. It staged the young American director Ted Huffman, who after a series of directing work in France in the German-speaking countries recently attracted attention with his productions of Handel's RINALDO in Frankfurt, MADAMA BUTTERFLY at the Zurich Opera House and SALOME at the Cologne Opera.

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Vivaldi Gloria with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra
Mar
26
7:30 PM19:30

Vivaldi Gloria with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra

VIVALDI Concerto con molti stromenti, RV558

CORELLI Concerto Grosso No 11 in B-flat

ZELENKA Miserere in C minor

VIVALDI Concerto per la Solennità di San Lorenzo, RV562

VIVALDI Gloria

MAXIM EMELYANYCHEV – Conductor / Harpsichord

ANNA DENNIS – Soprano

MHAIRI LAWSON – Soprano

JAMES HALL – Countertenor

SCO CHORUS

GREGORY BATSLEER - Chorus Director

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Vivaldi Gloria with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra
Mar
27
7:30 PM19:30

Vivaldi Gloria with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra

VIVALDI Concerto con molti stromenti, RV558

CORELLI Concerto Grosso No 11 in B-flat

ZELENKA Miserere in C minor

VIVALDI Concerto per la Solennità di San Lorenzo, RV562

VIVALDI Gloria

MAXIM EMELYANYCHEV – Conductor / Harpsichord

ANNA DENNIS – Soprano

MHAIRI LAWSON – Soprano

JAMES HALL – Countertenor

SCO CHORUS

GREGORY BATSLEER - Chorus Director

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Written On Skin at the Venice Biennale 2019
Sep
27
8:00 PM20:00

Written On Skin at the Venice Biennale 2019

George Benjamin, the recipient of the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement 2019, inaugurates the 63rd International Festival of Contemporary Music with his first broad-scoped operatic work, hailed as a masterpiece: Written on Skin, performed by the Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della Rai conducted by Clemens Schuldt. Created in 2012 for the Aix-en-Provence Festival, Written on Skin – which also involved Martin Crimp for the libretto and Katie Mitchell as the director, the cutting edge of the English scene – played for three years and was produced in five different versions following the inaugural production.

Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della RAI
George Benjamin (1960) Written on Skin concert version (2012, 95’)
with James Hall (The Boy), Georgia Jarman (Agnes), Robert Murray (Angel 3 / John), Christopher Purves (The Protector), Victoria Simmonds (Angel 2 / Marie)
libretto Martin Crimp

conductor Clemens Schuldt

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Rinaldo at Glyndebourne Festival Opera
Aug
25
4:00 PM16:00

Rinaldo at Glyndebourne Festival Opera

“Christian knight Rinaldo loves Almirena, but she has been kidnapped by the scheming sorceress Armida. A magical battle of wits and wills ensues between Rinaldo’s Crusaders and the Saracen army, as the fate not just of two lovers but two nations hangs in the balance.

Carsen’s exuberant schoolroom staging brings out all the energy and excess in Handel’s first opera for the London stage. The composer’s colourful, tune-filled score – bright with brass fanfares and memorable arias including ‘Lascia ch’io pianga’ – is one of his finest, sweeping the audience from laughter to love and back again, in this exotic, East-meets-West musical fantasy.”

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Rinaldo at Glyndebourne Festival Opera
Aug
23
4:00 PM16:00

Rinaldo at Glyndebourne Festival Opera

“Christian knight Rinaldo loves Almirena, but she has been kidnapped by the scheming sorceress Armida. A magical battle of wits and wills ensues between Rinaldo’s Crusaders and the Saracen army, as the fate not just of two lovers but two nations hangs in the balance.

Carsen’s exuberant schoolroom staging brings out all the energy and excess in Handel’s first opera for the London stage. The composer’s colourful, tune-filled score – bright with brass fanfares and memorable arias including ‘Lascia ch’io pianga’ – is one of his finest, sweeping the audience from laughter to love and back again, in this exotic, East-meets-West musical fantasy.”

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Rinaldo at Glyndebourne Festival Opera
Aug
20
4:00 PM16:00

Rinaldo at Glyndebourne Festival Opera

“Christian knight Rinaldo loves Almirena, but she has been kidnapped by the scheming sorceress Armida. A magical battle of wits and wills ensues between Rinaldo’s Crusaders and the Saracen army, as the fate not just of two lovers but two nations hangs in the balance.

Carsen’s exuberant schoolroom staging brings out all the energy and excess in Handel’s first opera for the London stage. The composer’s colourful, tune-filled score – bright with brass fanfares and memorable arias including ‘Lascia ch’io pianga’ – is one of his finest, sweeping the audience from laughter to love and back again, in this exotic, East-meets-West musical fantasy.”

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Rinaldo at Glyndebourne Festival Opera
Aug
18
4:00 PM16:00

Rinaldo at Glyndebourne Festival Opera

“Christian knight Rinaldo loves Almirena, but she has been kidnapped by the scheming sorceress Armida. A magical battle of wits and wills ensues between Rinaldo’s Crusaders and the Saracen army, as the fate not just of two lovers but two nations hangs in the balance.

Carsen’s exuberant schoolroom staging brings out all the energy and excess in Handel’s first opera for the London stage. The composer’s colourful, tune-filled score – bright with brass fanfares and memorable arias including ‘Lascia ch’io pianga’ – is one of his finest, sweeping the audience from laughter to love and back again, in this exotic, East-meets-West musical fantasy.”

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Rinaldo at Glyndebourne Festival Opera
Aug
15
4:00 PM16:00

Rinaldo at Glyndebourne Festival Opera

“Christian knight Rinaldo loves Almirena, but she has been kidnapped by the scheming sorceress Armida. A magical battle of wits and wills ensues between Rinaldo’s Crusaders and the Saracen army, as the fate not just of two lovers but two nations hangs in the balance.

Carsen’s exuberant schoolroom staging brings out all the energy and excess in Handel’s first opera for the London stage. The composer’s colourful, tune-filled score – bright with brass fanfares and memorable arias including ‘Lascia ch’io pianga’ – is one of his finest, sweeping the audience from laughter to love and back again, in this exotic, East-meets-West musical fantasy.”

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Rinaldo at Glyndebourne Festival Opera
Aug
13
4:00 PM16:00

Rinaldo at Glyndebourne Festival Opera

“Christian knight Rinaldo loves Almirena, but she has been kidnapped by the scheming sorceress Armida. A magical battle of wits and wills ensues between Rinaldo’s Crusaders and the Saracen army, as the fate not just of two lovers but two nations hangs in the balance.

Carsen’s exuberant schoolroom staging brings out all the energy and excess in Handel’s first opera for the London stage. The composer’s colourful, tune-filled score – bright with brass fanfares and memorable arias including ‘Lascia ch’io pianga’ – is one of his finest, sweeping the audience from laughter to love and back again, in this exotic, East-meets-West musical fantasy.”

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Rinaldo at Glyndebourne Festival Opera
Aug
10
4:00 PM16:00

Rinaldo at Glyndebourne Festival Opera

“Christian knight Rinaldo loves Almirena, but she has been kidnapped by the scheming sorceress Armida. A magical battle of wits and wills ensues between Rinaldo’s Crusaders and the Saracen army, as the fate not just of two lovers but two nations hangs in the balance.

Carsen’s exuberant schoolroom staging brings out all the energy and excess in Handel’s first opera for the London stage. The composer’s colourful, tune-filled score – bright with brass fanfares and memorable arias including ‘Lascia ch’io pianga’ – is one of his finest, sweeping the audience from laughter to love and back again, in this exotic, East-meets-West musical fantasy.”

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Rinaldo at Glyndebourne Festival Opera
Aug
8
4:00 PM16:00

Rinaldo at Glyndebourne Festival Opera

“Christian knight Rinaldo loves Almirena, but she has been kidnapped by the scheming sorceress Armida. A magical battle of wits and wills ensues between Rinaldo’s Crusaders and the Saracen army, as the fate not just of two lovers but two nations hangs in the balance.

Carsen’s exuberant schoolroom staging brings out all the energy and excess in Handel’s first opera for the London stage. The composer’s colourful, tune-filled score – bright with brass fanfares and memorable arias including ‘Lascia ch’io pianga’ – is one of his finest, sweeping the audience from laughter to love and back again, in this exotic, East-meets-West musical fantasy.”

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St John Passion at Dunster Festival
May
27
3:00 PM15:00

St John Passion at Dunster Festival

“Johann Sebastian Bach’s St John Passion is one of the greatest works not only of Baroque music, but of the whole Western Classical tradition. An extraordinary narrative journey, it tells the story of Jesus’ passion and crucifixion through a series of musical forms which were entirely revolutionary in their ability to communicate with listeners in the eighteenth century, and which still have the power to speak to us with uncanny emotional directness today.

Written for the 1724 Good Friday liturgy in Leipzig, such was the St John Passion’s impact and success that it was performed again the following year. This 1725 version, which here receives its West Somerset premiere, includes a number of changes and additions, notably the exquisite Chorale Fantasias which begin and end the Passion.

Performed by the Gramophone Award-nominated singers of The Marian Consort and a hand-picked orchestra of some of the UK’s leading baroque instrumentalists, with Nicholas Mulroy (‘the most sought-after evangelist of his generation’ Sydney Morning Herald) as Evangelist and Matthew Brook (‘Matthew Brook, who turns anything he sings to gold’ The Guardian) as Christus, this is sure to be a memorable and moving finale to our 2019 Festival.”

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A Midsummer Night's Dream in Montpellier
May
12
3:00 PM15:00

A Midsummer Night's Dream in Montpellier

"Benjamin Britten and his companion Peter Pears imagined a free adaptation of Shakespeare's masterpiece The Dream of a Summer Night . The enfant terrible of English music has conceived a universe where an exceptional variety of musical climates is found side by side with Shakespearean theater. The work is reactivated by a renewed dramaturgical approach, in contact with the themes of purity and innocence, the night and the dream in opposition to the real world, by nature deceptive and violent. Highly colored instrumentation and a central masculine role entrusted to a counter-tenor fully participate in this feast of senses, interspersed with humor, love and magic.

New production Opera Orchestra Nation Montpellier Occitanie"

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A Midsummer Night's Dream in Montpellier
May
10
8:00 PM20:00

A Midsummer Night's Dream in Montpellier

"Benjamin Britten and his companion Peter Pears imagined a free adaptation of Shakespeare's masterpiece The Dream of a Summer Night . The enfant terrible of English music has conceived a universe where an exceptional variety of musical climates is found side by side with Shakespearean theater. The work is reactivated by a renewed dramaturgical approach, in contact with the themes of purity and innocence, the night and the dream in opposition to the real world, by nature deceptive and violent. Highly colored instrumentation and a central masculine role entrusted to a counter-tenor fully participate in this feast of senses, interspersed with humor, love and magic.

New production Opera Orchestra Nation Montpellier Occitanie"

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A Midsummer Night's Dream in Montpellier
May
8
8:00 PM20:00

A Midsummer Night's Dream in Montpellier

"Benjamin Britten and his companion Peter Pears imagined a free adaptation of Shakespeare's masterpiece The Dream of a Summer Night . The enfant terrible of English music has conceived a universe where an exceptional variety of musical climates is found side by side with Shakespearean theater. The work is reactivated by a renewed dramaturgical approach, in contact with the themes of purity and innocence, the night and the dream in opposition to the real world, by nature deceptive and violent. Highly colored instrumentation and a central masculine role entrusted to a counter-tenor fully participate in this feast of senses, interspersed with humor, love and magic.

New production Opera Orchestra Nation Montpellier Occitanie"

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Messiah at the Temple Winter Festival
Dec
14
7:30 PM19:30

Messiah at the Temple Winter Festival

Collegium Musicum of London
Temple Players
Greg Morris 
director
Grace Davidson soprano
James Hall alto
James Way tenor
William Thomas bass

Handel Messiah

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Handel’s iconic masterpiece remains as popular today as it has ever been. We are thrilled that we are able to present it in this year’s festival with the highly respected Collegium Musicum of London, directed by Greg Morris ‘a born musician…’, and a wonderful line-up of talented soloists.

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Music for Advent with English Concert
Nov
20
7:30 PM19:30

Music for Advent with English Concert

In the build-up to Christmas, The English Concert turns to JS Bach’s three surviving cantatas written for Advent. Despite Bach’s gruelling schedule composing almost one cantata per week, his music is still full of characteristic invention, including the French overture style that opens ‘Nun komm, der heiden heiland’.

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The Happy Prince with Jubilee Opera
Nov
17
6:00 PM18:00

The Happy Prince with Jubilee Opera

Composer Malcolm Williamson based this beguiling forty-five minute opera on the story for children by Oscar Wilde. It tells of the golden statue of The Happy Prince, who persuades a migrating Swallow to spread precious gifts over the poor and needy in his city, with tragic consequences. But from the tragedy comes a message of love, hope and redemption, which transcends the darkness of the world below.

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The Happy Prince with Jubilee Opera
Nov
17
3:00 PM15:00

The Happy Prince with Jubilee Opera

Composer Malcolm Williamson based this beguiling forty-five minute opera on the story for children by Oscar Wilde. It tells of the golden statue of The Happy Prince, who persuades a migrating Swallow to spread precious gifts over the poor and needy in his city, with tragic consequences. But from the tragedy comes a message of love, hope and redemption, which transcends the darkness of the world below.

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The Happy Prince with Jubilee Opera
Nov
16
6:00 PM18:00

The Happy Prince with Jubilee Opera

Composer Malcolm Williamson based this beguiling forty-five minute opera on the story for children by Oscar Wilde. It tells of the golden statue of The Happy Prince, who persuades a migrating Swallow to spread precious gifts over the poor and needy in his city, with tragic consequences. But from the tragedy comes a message of love, hope and redemption, which transcends the darkness of the world below.

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The Mother with Mahogany Opera Group
Apr
25
7:30 PM19:30

The Mother with Mahogany Opera Group

THE MOTHER

Music: Laurence Osborn
Text: Theo Merz
 

A mother and a son, a son and a mother.
Things had to be this way and couldn’t be another.

Leon dreams of changing the world with his radical philosophy but the explosive, suffocating, mutually destructive relationship he has with his mother leaves little time for anything or anyone else.

The Mother is an adaptation of the absurdist play Matka by Polish writer Witkacy (Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz). Indebted to Eastern European theatre, it is a bitingly satirical and explosive response to the traditions of opera. Osborn plunges the audience into an anarchic, surrealist world through taut, intense music that draws on Weill, Birtwistle, and Romitelli, alongside mainstream pop influences.


The Mother: Lore Lixenberg
Leon: James Hall
Dorothea: Lindsay Bramley
Father: Geoffrey Dolton
Sophia: Rebecca Bottone
Academic and De Proud: Andrew Dickinson
Theatre Owner and Modesta: Daniel Norman

Staging: Frederic Wake-Walker
Lighting: Sylwester Łuczak
Conductor: Jamie Man
Repetiteur & Pianist: Yshani Perinpanayagam
Orchestra: CHROMA

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