Category: Opera

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colibri
March 26, 2021

English Touring Opera

This week, ETO are at the Welsh Chapel in London working on the filming of our digital season. There is nothing better than hearding beautiful music filling a beautiful space.Especially when that music is by Handel!
London 24-03-2021 🇬🇧
English Touring Opera
STAGE Photography ⎢English Touring Opera
Venue: Welsh Church London
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September 20, 2017

The Magic Flute | Soho Theatre London

The Magic Flute

Production: OperaUpClose

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photos (c) www.stagehotographer.co.uk | Andreas Grieger

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colibri
August 9, 2017

Armide | Arcola Theatre

Armide is a thrilling tale of desire, betrayal and magic. Ensemble OrQuesta brings this 1686 classic from the crusades into the present,
with artistic director Márcio da Silva and an ensemble of talented young soloists.

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photos (c) www.stagehotographer.co.uk | Andreas Grieger

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July 30, 2017

L’Incoronazione di Poppea | John McIntosh Arts Centre

July 29th and 30th at the John McIntosh Arts Centre in London. http://www.ensembleorquesta.com/poppea

Music/stage director – Marcio da Silva

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photos (c) www.stagehotographer.co.uk | Andreas Grieger

Assistant music director/Harpsichord – Stephanie Gurga
Assistant stage director – Vivi Baylis

Archlute – Cedric Meyer
Violin – Eleanor Harrison, Iulian Turicianu
Cello – Kate Conway

Poppea Agnès Parlange 29/07, Ekin Su Paker 30/07
Nerone Rosemary Carlton-Willis 29/07, Helen May 30/07
Ottone Alexander Pullinger 29/07, Alex Masters 30/07
Drusilla Joana Gil 29/07, Meneka Senn 30/07
Ottavia Alex Bork 29/07, Susannah Hardwick 30/07
Seneca Flávio Lauria 29/07, Samuel Lom 30/07
Amore/Damigella Héloïse Bernard 29/07, Verity Bramson 30/07
Valletto/Fortuna Ellen Williams 29/07, Charlotte Levesley 30/07
Lucano/Liberto/Virtu Noriko Yakushiji 29/07, Anna Heywood 30/07
Arnalta Marcio da Silva

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April 21, 2017

La Calisto | John McIntosh Arts Centre

La Calisto is an opera by Francesco Cavalli from a libretto by Giovanni Faustini based on the mythological story of Callisto. The opera received its first performance on 28 November 1651 at the Teatro Sant’Apollinare, Venice, where it drew limited audiences for its run of eleven performances. In the twentieth century it was successfully revived.
Faustini, who was an impresario as well as a librettist, rented the Sant ‘Apollinare Theatre in 1650. He and Cavalli put on three operas there before his death in December 1651 during the run of La Calisto. The theatre was equipped with complex stage machinery intended to impress the opera audiences with spectacle. However, the eleven performances of La Calisto from 28 November to 31 December 1651 attracted only about 1,200 patrons to a theatre that housed 400. The manuscript score was preserved in the Biblioteca Marciana, Venice, allowing La Calisto to be revived in modern times.
John McIntosh Arts Centre –  SW6 1AW London
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November 12, 2014

Nabucco | Newbury

Stage -Photography at Corn Exchange – NEWBURY

Kennet Opera presents the opera in English with orchestral backing.

Verdi’s first great operatic success, Nabucco (Nebuchadnezzar) is a tale from the Jewish captivity, set in Jerusalem and Babylon. It features hostages, treachery, thwarted love, rebellion, madness and final reconciliation, and includes one of grand opera’s best loved tunes in the Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves.

We have not traced a previous performance in Newbury, so you could be witnessing a West Berkshire premiere!

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(c) www.stagephotographer.co.uk | Andreas Grieger

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