Upcoming Events

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10th-11th August: Tell One, Forget One,  Tête à Tête Opera Festival, RADA Studios, 7.05pm 

Every-one has stories. Stories they’d like to remember and stories they’d like to forget. One woman in particular is trying to forget a lifetime’s worth. (“There was this guy and this girl. That’s one story”). A serio-comic piece of physical theatre and miscommunication for voice, piano and electronics.

Music & Words | Kevin Jones, arranged by Desmond Clarke

Director | Lisa J Coates

Mezzo Soprano | Lisa J Coates

Piano | Nicole Johnson

Electronics | Desmond Clarke


18th August: National Opera Studio Short Course Final Concert, NOS time tbc

The culmination of an intensive five days at the National Opera Studio, in Wandsworth, London. Students showcase the work they have done during the week.

29th August: PG Artist Diploma Major Recital, ORNCC, Greenwich 11.15am

Open to the public, this recital program is the culmination of the PG Artist Diploma at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. Repertoire includes Massenet, Berlioz, Britten, Rodrigo, Bogdanovic, Casanova, Marsh, Brahms and Mascagni.

11th September: Jimmy, Blackheath Halls, 3pm

Premiere of a new work by Anandi Casanova, based on James Joyce’s The Dubliners, with the Casanova Ensemble.

17th, 18th, 20th, 22nd, 24th, 25th November: The Rake’s Progress, Wilton’s Music Hall. time 7.30pm (except 20th – 7pm)

OperaGlass Works led by Selina Cadell premiere their first production, one of the great operas of the 20th century. Stravinsky’s collaboration with WH Auden and Chester Kallman was inspired by Hogarth’s paintings of a young man’s fall from grace.
As Tom Rakewell abandons true love for the excitement of the city he soon finds himself in the company of the devil. Set in the 18th century, using conventions of opera from that time, the story explores human choice and its limitations.

Singers include:
Robert Murray
Susanna Hurrell
David Soar
Ben Johnson

Trinity Laban

Southbank Sinfonia

Conductor: Laurence Cummmings