Christian Federici reprises his role as Moralès in the Ravenna Festival Production.
Carmen was included in the “Autumn 2019 Trilogy” of the Ravenna Festival, a project conceived and curated by Cristina Mazzavillani Muti
The music of Johann Sebastian Bach offers a profound, boundless spiritual experience. Les Violons du Roy presents three of the master’s cantatas in an intimate performance led by Jonathan Cohen.
Baritone Christian Federici reprises his role as Moralès in Bizet’s Carmen in this co-production with Ravenna Festival
Judgement Day for Don Giovanni, the world’s greatest lover. A supernatural comedy-thriller occurring in breakneck real time; beginning with murder, ending with a statue coming to dinner & a hellish sentence passed on the legendary seducer; the epic downfall of a man who always knows what we need, always makes us happy, but eventually realises he is out of time. Polarising audiences for centuries, startlingly modern yet a dinosaur, can.
Performed by Crowthorne Choral Society and Wellington College Students and Orchestra, Simon WIlliamson directs Mozarts Requiem with top professional solosits including baritone Thomas Humphreys
As part of the Noonday Getaway Concert Series, Tyler Duncan performs a programme of English Songs with Erika Switzer
Tyler Duncan sings J.S. BACH · Ich habe genug, BWV 82a as part of the SummerFest 2019 with La Jolla Music Society
As part of the Bach @ Knox series, Tyler Duncan, Baritone, performs Bach’s Ascension Oratorio
As part of the St Louis Bach Festival 2019
The Cavatina Orchestra and Chamber Choir present a fundraising concert in aid of Guildford Cathedral
Songs about texts from Goethe & Verlaine
Richard Strauss – Death and Transfiguration
Brahms – A German Requiem
Performed by London Concert Choir with Canticum
Claire Seaton – Soprano
Thomas Humphreys – Baritone
Buckle your swash and enjoy an evening packed full of sentimental pirates, blundering policemen, absurd adventures, improbable paradoxes – and realistic women.
A cocktail of Victorian light party fun with a twist of Merry Opera.