NICHOLAS MOGG

B A R I T O N E

Nicholas Mogg is a young baritone studying at the Royal Academy of Music. @nickmogg

Oct
21
8:00 PM20:00

Oxford Lieder Recital

Roderick Williams continues his survey of the Schubert cycles, in English translations by Jeremy Sams, with pianist Christopher Glynn. Tonight’s ‘Winter Journey’ is preceded by a new cycle, World of Ice, commissioned from Ross Griffey, whom Festival audiences met last year during his events as an Albi Rosenthal Visiting Fellow at the Bodleian Libraries. He sets texts based on nineteenth-century Arctic exploration with his trademark wit and poignancy sung by Nicholas Mogg.

Nicholas Mogg - Baritone
Roderick Williams - Baritone
Christopher Glynn - Piano

View Event →
Nov
30
7:30 PM19:30

Whitstable Music Society Recital

Gurney: Sleep
Loewe: Der Erlkönig
Quilter: Now Sleeps The Crimson Petal
Bridge: Come To Me In My Dreams
Schumann:

  • Waldesgespräch

  • Mondnacht

  • Schöne Fremde

Schubert:

  • Der Erlkönig

  • Nacht und Träume

Fauré: Après un Rêve
Duparc: L’Invitation au Voyage
Cornelius: Sechs Weihnachtslieder


Nicholas Mogg - Baritone
Jâms Coleman - Piano

View Event →
Dec
26
4:00 PM16:00

Wagner - Lohengrin (Dritte Brabantlische Edler)

Elsa of Brabant is suspected of having killed her younger brother Gottfried in the forest. This accusation is put forward by Friedrich of Telramund, Count of Brabant, whose wife Ortrud is secretly plotting against Elsa. When King Henry the Fowler asks Elsa to defend herself, she pleads for an imaginary knight to come to her aid. King Henry asks the men present to fight to defend the honour of Elsa of Brabant, but no one steps forward. Suddenly, Lohengrin, the Knight of the Swan, appears. He promises to fight for Elsa, but makes her promise beforehand never to question him about his identity or provenance.

Conductor: Kent Nagano
Director: Peter Konwitschny
Set and Costume Designer: Helmut Brade
Costume Design Collaboration: Inga von Bredow
Lighting Designer: Manfred Voss
Dramaturgy: Werner Hintze

View Event →
Dec
29
3:00 PM15:00

Wagner - Lohengrin (Dritte Brabantlische Edler)

Elsa of Brabant is suspected of having killed her younger brother Gottfried in the forest. This accusation is put forward by Friedrich of Telramund, Count of Brabant, whose wife Ortrud is secretly plotting against Elsa. When King Henry the Fowler asks Elsa to defend herself, she pleads for an imaginary knight to come to her aid. King Henry asks the men present to fight to defend the honour of Elsa of Brabant, but no one steps forward. Suddenly, Lohengrin, the Knight of the Swan, appears. He promises to fight for Elsa, but makes her promise beforehand never to question him about his identity or provenance.

Conductor: Kent Nagano
Director: Peter Konwitschny
Set and Costume Designer: Helmut Brade
Costume Design Collaboration: Inga von Bredow
Lighting Designer: Manfred Voss
Dramaturgy: Werner Hintze

View Event →
Jan
3
6:00 PM18:00

Wagner - Lohengrin (Dritte Brabantlische Edler)

Elsa of Brabant is suspected of having killed her younger brother Gottfried in the forest. This accusation is put forward by Friedrich of Telramund, Count of Brabant, whose wife Ortrud is secretly plotting against Elsa. When King Henry the Fowler asks Elsa to defend herself, she pleads for an imaginary knight to come to her aid. King Henry asks the men present to fight to defend the honour of Elsa of Brabant, but no one steps forward. Suddenly, Lohengrin, the Knight of the Swan, appears. He promises to fight for Elsa, but makes her promise beforehand never to question him about his identity or provenance.

Conductor: Kent Nagano
Director: Peter Konwitschny
Set and Costume Designer: Helmut Brade
Costume Design Collaboration: Inga von Bredow
Lighting Designer: Manfred Voss
Dramaturgy: Werner Hintze

View Event →
Feb
9
5:30 PM17:30

Maxwell-Davies: The Two Fiddlers

We are in the woods. It is quiet here; it smells of moss and earthworms, moths whirring around. From a distance, music resounds, a wedding song - or is it just buzzing in the mind? It rustles in the foliage. What was that? Tom and Gavin shudder. It simply cannot be possible, that the old tale of trolls in this area is true. But who knows? It’s best to take the quickest way back home! But suddenly Tom and his violin disappear, as if swallowed up by the earth. Was that trrr ... trrr ... trolls? Did the music attract them? Tom's melodies he did with his violin? Tom experiences a crazy night playing for the dancing trolls. As a reward, Tom is granted a wish and he is well-considered! Because life in the village continues and when Tom and Gavin finally meet again, the world is upside down ...

Director: Stephan Witzlinger
Set Design and Costume Design: Lena Scheerer
Dramaturgy: Janina Zell
Education Manager: Eva Binkle

View Event →
Feb
12
11:00 AM11:00

Maxwell-Davies: The Two Fiddlers

We are in the woods. It is quiet here; it smells of moss and earthworms, moths whirring around. From a distance, music resounds, a wedding song - or is it just buzzing in the mind? It rustles in the foliage. What was that? Tom and Gavin shudder. It simply cannot be possible, that the old tale of trolls in this area is true. But who knows? It’s best to take the quickest way back home! But suddenly Tom and his violin disappear, as if swallowed up by the earth. Was that trrr ... trrr ... trolls? Did the music attract them? Tom's melodies he did with his violin? Tom experiences a crazy night playing for the dancing trolls. As a reward, Tom is granted a wish and he is well-considered! Because life in the village continues and when Tom and Gavin finally meet again, the world is upside down ...

Director: Stephan Witzlinger
Set Design and Costume Design: Lena Scheerer
Dramaturgy: Janina Zell
Education Manager: Eva Binkle

View Event →
Feb
14
5:30 PM17:30

Maxwell-Davies: The Two Fiddlers

We are in the woods. It is quiet here; it smells of moss and earthworms, moths whirring around. From a distance, music resounds, a wedding song - or is it just buzzing in the mind? It rustles in the foliage. What was that? Tom and Gavin shudder. It simply cannot be possible, that the old tale of trolls in this area is true. But who knows? It’s best to take the quickest way back home! But suddenly Tom and his violin disappear, as if swallowed up by the earth. Was that trrr ... trrr ... trolls? Did the music attract them? Tom's melodies he did with his violin? Tom experiences a crazy night playing for the dancing trolls. As a reward, Tom is granted a wish and he is well-considered! Because life in the village continues and when Tom and Gavin finally meet again, the world is upside down ...

Director: Stephan Witzlinger
Set Design and Costume Design: Lena Scheerer
Dramaturgy: Janina Zell
Education Manager: Eva Binkle

View Event →
Feb
15
2:30 PM14:30

Maxwell-Davies: The Two Fiddlers

We are in the woods. It is quiet here; it smells of moss and earthworms, moths whirring around. From a distance, music resounds, a wedding song - or is it just buzzing in the mind? It rustles in the foliage. What was that? Tom and Gavin shudder. It simply cannot be possible, that the old tale of trolls in this area is true. But who knows? It’s best to take the quickest way back home! But suddenly Tom and his violin disappear, as if swallowed up by the earth. Was that trrr ... trrr ... trolls? Did the music attract them? Tom's melodies he did with his violin? Tom experiences a crazy night playing for the dancing trolls. As a reward, Tom is granted a wish and he is well-considered! Because life in the village continues and when Tom and Gavin finally meet again, the world is upside down ...

Director: Stephan Witzlinger
Set Design and Costume Design: Lena Scheerer
Dramaturgy: Janina Zell
Education Manager: Eva Binkle

View Event →
Feb
15
5:30 PM17:30

Maxwell-Davies: The Two Fiddlers

We are in the woods. It is quiet here; it smells of moss and earthworms, moths whirring around. From a distance, music resounds, a wedding song - or is it just buzzing in the mind? It rustles in the foliage. What was that? Tom and Gavin shudder. It simply cannot be possible, that the old tale of trolls in this area is true. But who knows? It’s best to take the quickest way back home! But suddenly Tom and his violin disappear, as if swallowed up by the earth. Was that trrr ... trrr ... trolls? Did the music attract them? Tom's melodies he did with his violin? Tom experiences a crazy night playing for the dancing trolls. As a reward, Tom is granted a wish and he is well-considered! Because life in the village continues and when Tom and Gavin finally meet again, the world is upside down ...

Director: Stephan Witzlinger
Set Design and Costume Design: Lena Scheerer
Dramaturgy: Janina Zell
Education Manager: Eva Binkle

View Event →
Feb
16
5:00 PM17:00

Maxwell-Davies: The Two Fiddlers

We are in the woods. It is quiet here; it smells of moss and earthworms, moths whirring around. From a distance, music resounds, a wedding song - or is it just buzzing in the mind? It rustles in the foliage. What was that? Tom and Gavin shudder. It simply cannot be possible, that the old tale of trolls in this area is true. But who knows? It’s best to take the quickest way back home! But suddenly Tom and his violin disappear, as if swallowed up by the earth. Was that trrr ... trrr ... trolls? Did the music attract them? Tom's melodies he did with his violin? Tom experiences a crazy night playing for the dancing trolls. As a reward, Tom is granted a wish and he is well-considered! Because life in the village continues and when Tom and Gavin finally meet again, the world is upside down ...

Director: Stephan Witzlinger
Set Design and Costume Design: Lena Scheerer
Dramaturgy: Janina Zell
Education Manager: Eva Binkle

View Event →
Feb
18
11:00 AM11:00

Maxwell-Davies: The Two Fiddlers

We are in the woods. It is quiet here; it smells of moss and earthworms, moths whirring around. From a distance, music resounds, a wedding song - or is it just buzzing in the mind? It rustles in the foliage. What was that? Tom and Gavin shudder. It simply cannot be possible, that the old tale of trolls in this area is true. But who knows? It’s best to take the quickest way back home! But suddenly Tom and his violin disappear, as if swallowed up by the earth. Was that trrr ... trrr ... trolls? Did the music attract them? Tom's melodies he did with his violin? Tom experiences a crazy night playing for the dancing trolls. As a reward, Tom is granted a wish and he is well-considered! Because life in the village continues and when Tom and Gavin finally meet again, the world is upside down ...

Director: Stephan Witzlinger
Set Design and Costume Design: Lena Scheerer
Dramaturgy: Janina Zell
Education Manager: Eva Binkle

View Event →
Feb
19
11:00 AM11:00

Maxwell-Davies: The Two Fiddlers

We are in the woods. It is quiet here; it smells of moss and earthworms, moths whirring around. From a distance, music resounds, a wedding song - or is it just buzzing in the mind? It rustles in the foliage. What was that? Tom and Gavin shudder. It simply cannot be possible, that the old tale of trolls in this area is true. But who knows? It’s best to take the quickest way back home! But suddenly Tom and his violin disappear, as if swallowed up by the earth. Was that trrr ... trrr ... trolls? Did the music attract them? Tom's melodies he did with his violin? Tom experiences a crazy night playing for the dancing trolls. As a reward, Tom is granted a wish and he is well-considered! Because life in the village continues and when Tom and Gavin finally meet again, the world is upside down ...

Director: Stephan Witzlinger
Set Design and Costume Design: Lena Scheerer
Dramaturgy: Janina Zell
Education Manager: Eva Binkle

View Event →
Feb
21
5:00 PM17:00

Maxwell-Davies: The Two Fiddlers

We are in the woods. It is quiet here; it smells of moss and earthworms, moths whirring around. From a distance, music resounds, a wedding song - or is it just buzzing in the mind? It rustles in the foliage. What was that? Tom and Gavin shudder. It simply cannot be possible, that the old tale of trolls in this area is true. But who knows? It’s best to take the quickest way back home! But suddenly Tom and his violin disappear, as if swallowed up by the earth. Was that trrr ... trrr ... trolls? Did the music attract them? Tom's melodies he did with his violin? Tom experiences a crazy night playing for the dancing trolls. As a reward, Tom is granted a wish and he is well-considered! Because life in the village continues and when Tom and Gavin finally meet again, the world is upside down ...

Director: Stephan Witzlinger
Set Design and Costume Design: Lena Scheerer
Dramaturgy: Janina Zell
Education Manager: Eva Binkle

View Event →
Feb
22
5:00 PM17:00

Maxwell-Davies: The Two Fiddlers

We are in the woods. It is quiet here; it smells of moss and earthworms, moths whirring around. From a distance, music resounds, a wedding song - or is it just buzzing in the mind? It rustles in the foliage. What was that? Tom and Gavin shudder. It simply cannot be possible, that the old tale of trolls in this area is true. But who knows? It’s best to take the quickest way back home! But suddenly Tom and his violin disappear, as if swallowed up by the earth. Was that trrr ... trrr ... trolls? Did the music attract them? Tom's melodies he did with his violin? Tom experiences a crazy night playing for the dancing trolls. As a reward, Tom is granted a wish and he is well-considered! Because life in the village continues and when Tom and Gavin finally meet again, the world is upside down ...

Director: Stephan Witzlinger
Set Design and Costume Design: Lena Scheerer
Dramaturgy: Janina Zell
Education Manager: Eva Binkle

View Event →
Feb
23
2:30 PM14:30

Maxwell-Davies: The Two Fiddlers

We are in the woods. It is quiet here; it smells of moss and earthworms, moths whirring around. From a distance, music resounds, a wedding song - or is it just buzzing in the mind? It rustles in the foliage. What was that? Tom and Gavin shudder. It simply cannot be possible, that the old tale of trolls in this area is true. But who knows? It’s best to take the quickest way back home! But suddenly Tom and his violin disappear, as if swallowed up by the earth. Was that trrr ... trrr ... trolls? Did the music attract them? Tom's melodies he did with his violin? Tom experiences a crazy night playing for the dancing trolls. As a reward, Tom is granted a wish and he is well-considered! Because life in the village continues and when Tom and Gavin finally meet again, the world is upside down ...

Director: Stephan Witzlinger
Set Design and Costume Design: Lena Scheerer
Dramaturgy: Janina Zell
Education Manager: Eva Binkle

View Event →
Feb
23
5:30 PM17:30

Maxwell-Davies: The Two Fiddlers

We are in the woods. It is quiet here; it smells of moss and earthworms, moths whirring around. From a distance, music resounds, a wedding song - or is it just buzzing in the mind? It rustles in the foliage. What was that? Tom and Gavin shudder. It simply cannot be possible, that the old tale of trolls in this area is true. But who knows? It’s best to take the quickest way back home! But suddenly Tom and his violin disappear, as if swallowed up by the earth. Was that trrr ... trrr ... trolls? Did the music attract them? Tom's melodies he did with his violin? Tom experiences a crazy night playing for the dancing trolls. As a reward, Tom is granted a wish and he is well-considered! Because life in the village continues and when Tom and Gavin finally meet again, the world is upside down ...

Director: Stephan Witzlinger
Set Design and Costume Design: Lena Scheerer
Dramaturgy: Janina Zell
Education Manager: Eva Binkle

View Event →
Mar
1
to Mar 8

Samling Institute Artist Programme

Samling Artist Programme nurtures the artistic development of exceptional young singers and piano accompanists at the start of their careers. Intensive week long residencies refine their performance skills and artistry, culminating in public masterclasses and performances.

View Event →
Apr
1
7:00 PM19:00

Bizet - Carmen (Dancaïro)

“L’amour est un oiseau rebelle” – “Love is a wild bird”: in her famous Habanera, Carmen sings about the fickleness of this strongest of feelings. Thus, she wins the heart of Sergeant Don José. Torn between his passion and his duties as a member of the military, he decides in Carmen’s favour and follows her to the mountains, where they live with a band of smugglers. When the bullfighter Escamillo turns up, however, Carmen’s feelings prove to be just as fickle as described in her own Habanera. She leaves Don José, who is thrown into a jealous rage – with deadly consequences.
The encounter with Carmen also decided Georges Bizet’s fate: based on a novella by Prosper Mérimée, its first performance at the Opéra comique in Paris in 1875 fell through. Only a few months later, however, a performance in Vienna marked the beginning of its triumph on opera stages around the globe. Georges Bizet, however, did not live to witness the only world success of one of his works: debilitated, he had died shortly after its world premiere at the age of 36.

Conductor: Nicolas André
Director: Jens-Daniel Herzog
Set and Costume Designer: Mathis Neidhardt
Lighting Designer: Stefan Bolliger
Dramaturgy: Hans-Peter Frings, Kerstin Schüssler-Bach

View Event →
Apr
8
7:00 PM19:00

Bizet - Carmen (Dancaïro)

“L’amour est un oiseau rebelle” – “Love is a wild bird”: in her famous Habanera, Carmen sings about the fickleness of this strongest of feelings. Thus, she wins the heart of Sergeant Don José. Torn between his passion and his duties as a member of the military, he decides in Carmen’s favour and follows her to the mountains, where they live with a band of smugglers. When the bullfighter Escamillo turns up, however, Carmen’s feelings prove to be just as fickle as described in her own Habanera. She leaves Don José, who is thrown into a jealous rage – with deadly consequences.
The encounter with Carmen also decided Georges Bizet’s fate: based on a novella by Prosper Mérimée, its first performance at the Opéra comique in Paris in 1875 fell through. Only a few months later, however, a performance in Vienna marked the beginning of its triumph on opera stages around the globe. Georges Bizet, however, did not live to witness the only world success of one of his works: debilitated, he had died shortly after its world premiere at the age of 36.

Conductor: Nicolas André
Director: Jens-Daniel Herzog
Set and Costume Designer: Mathis Neidhardt
Lighting Designer: Stefan Bolliger
Dramaturgy: Hans-Peter Frings, Kerstin Schüssler-Bach

View Event →
May
2
8:00 PM20:00

Abraham - Märchen im Grand Hotel (Albert, Grand Duke, Dryser)

In order to save her father’s film production company from dire financial straits, Marylou has a brilliant, groundbreaking idea. She wants to produce the first film in history whose script is not fiction, but scripted reality: the principle by which real people play their own life. This is supposed to open the American market for the Berlin-based company. And who will play the main role? The Infanta Isabella of Spain, the daughter of the Spanish Kind Alfonso XIII, who was living in Paris – very much a figure of flesh and blood – at the time the operetta was written. Taking the parallel even further, Otto Preminger, who directed the world premiere in Vienna in 1934, was Jewish, like Paul Abraham and Rosy Barsony, who played the Infanta, and emigrated to the USA, where he became a world-famous Hollywood director.

Musical Director: Giorgiy Dubko
Director and Costume Design: Sascha-Alexander Todtner
Set Design and Costume Design: Christoph Fischer
Dramaturgy: Johannes Blum

View Event →
May
3
5:00 PM17:00

Abraham - Märchen im Grand Hotel (Albert, Grand Duke, Dryser)

In order to save her father’s film production company from dire financial straits, Marylou has a brilliant, groundbreaking idea. She wants to produce the first film in history whose script is not fiction, but scripted reality: the principle by which real people play their own life. This is supposed to open the American market for the Berlin-based company. And who will play the main role? The Infanta Isabella of Spain, the daughter of the Spanish Kind Alfonso XIII, who was living in Paris – very much a figure of flesh and blood – at the time the operetta was written. Taking the parallel even further, Otto Preminger, who directed the world premiere in Vienna in 1934, was Jewish, like Paul Abraham and Rosy Barsony, who played the Infanta, and emigrated to the USA, where he became a world-famous Hollywood director.

Musical Director: Giorgiy Dubko
Director and Costume Design: Sascha-Alexander Todtner
Set Design and Costume Design: Christoph Fischer
Dramaturgy: Johannes Blum

View Event →
May
6
8:00 PM20:00

Abraham - Märchen im Grand Hotel (Albert, Grand Duke, Dryser)

In order to save her father’s film production company from dire financial straits, Marylou has a brilliant, groundbreaking idea. She wants to produce the first film in history whose script is not fiction, but scripted reality: the principle by which real people play their own life. This is supposed to open the American market for the Berlin-based company. And who will play the main role? The Infanta Isabella of Spain, the daughter of the Spanish Kind Alfonso XIII, who was living in Paris – very much a figure of flesh and blood – at the time the operetta was written. Taking the parallel even further, Otto Preminger, who directed the world premiere in Vienna in 1934, was Jewish, like Paul Abraham and Rosy Barsony, who played the Infanta, and emigrated to the USA, where he became a world-famous Hollywood director.

Musical Director: Giorgiy Dubko
Director and Costume Design: Sascha-Alexander Todtner
Set Design and Costume Design: Christoph Fischer
Dramaturgy: Johannes Blum

View Event →
May
9
8:00 PM20:00

Abraham - Märchen im Grand Hotel (Albert, Grand Duke, Dryser)

In order to save her father’s film production company from dire financial straits, Marylou has a brilliant, groundbreaking idea. She wants to produce the first film in history whose script is not fiction, but scripted reality: the principle by which real people play their own life. This is supposed to open the American market for the Berlin-based company. And who will play the main role? The Infanta Isabella of Spain, the daughter of the Spanish Kind Alfonso XIII, who was living in Paris – very much a figure of flesh and blood – at the time the operetta was written. Taking the parallel even further, Otto Preminger, who directed the world premiere in Vienna in 1934, was Jewish, like Paul Abraham and Rosy Barsony, who played the Infanta, and emigrated to the USA, where he became a world-famous Hollywood director.

Musical Director: Giorgiy Dubko
Director and Costume Design: Sascha-Alexander Todtner
Set Design and Costume Design: Christoph Fischer
Dramaturgy: Johannes Blum

View Event →
May
10
5:00 PM17:00

Abraham - Märchen im Grand Hotel (Albert, Grand Duke, Dryser)

In order to save her father’s film production company from dire financial straits, Marylou has a brilliant, groundbreaking idea. She wants to produce the first film in history whose script is not fiction, but scripted reality: the principle by which real people play their own life. This is supposed to open the American market for the Berlin-based company. And who will play the main role? The Infanta Isabella of Spain, the daughter of the Spanish Kind Alfonso XIII, who was living in Paris – very much a figure of flesh and blood – at the time the operetta was written. Taking the parallel even further, Otto Preminger, who directed the world premiere in Vienna in 1934, was Jewish, like Paul Abraham and Rosy Barsony, who played the Infanta, and emigrated to the USA, where he became a world-famous Hollywood director.

Musical Director: Giorgiy Dubko
Director and Costume Design: Sascha-Alexander Todtner
Set Design and Costume Design: Christoph Fischer
Dramaturgy: Johannes Blum

View Event →
May
12
8:00 PM20:00

Abraham - Märchen im Grand Hotel (Albert, Grand Duke, Dryser)

In order to save her father’s film production company from dire financial straits, Marylou has a brilliant, groundbreaking idea. She wants to produce the first film in history whose script is not fiction, but scripted reality: the principle by which real people play their own life. This is supposed to open the American market for the Berlin-based company. And who will play the main role? The Infanta Isabella of Spain, the daughter of the Spanish Kind Alfonso XIII, who was living in Paris – very much a figure of flesh and blood – at the time the operetta was written. Taking the parallel even further, Otto Preminger, who directed the world premiere in Vienna in 1934, was Jewish, like Paul Abraham and Rosy Barsony, who played the Infanta, and emigrated to the USA, where he became a world-famous Hollywood director.

Musical Director: Giorgiy Dubko
Director and Costume Design: Sascha-Alexander Todtner
Set Design and Costume Design: Christoph Fischer
Dramaturgy: Johannes Blum

View Event →
May
14
8:00 PM20:00

Abraham - Märchen im Grand Hotel (Albert, Grand Duke, Dryser)

In order to save her father’s film production company from dire financial straits, Marylou has a brilliant, groundbreaking idea. She wants to produce the first film in history whose script is not fiction, but scripted reality: the principle by which real people play their own life. This is supposed to open the American market for the Berlin-based company. And who will play the main role? The Infanta Isabella of Spain, the daughter of the Spanish Kind Alfonso XIII, who was living in Paris – very much a figure of flesh and blood – at the time the operetta was written. Taking the parallel even further, Otto Preminger, who directed the world premiere in Vienna in 1934, was Jewish, like Paul Abraham and Rosy Barsony, who played the Infanta, and emigrated to the USA, where he became a world-famous Hollywood director.

Musical Director: Giorgiy Dubko
Director and Costume Design: Sascha-Alexander Todtner
Set Design and Costume Design: Christoph Fischer
Dramaturgy: Johannes Blum

View Event →
May
17
5:00 PM17:00

Abraham - Märchen im Grand Hotel (Albert, Grand Duke, Dryser)

In order to save her father’s film production company from dire financial straits, Marylou has a brilliant, groundbreaking idea. She wants to produce the first film in history whose script is not fiction, but scripted reality: the principle by which real people play their own life. This is supposed to open the American market for the Berlin-based company. And who will play the main role? The Infanta Isabella of Spain, the daughter of the Spanish Kind Alfonso XIII, who was living in Paris – very much a figure of flesh and blood – at the time the operetta was written. Taking the parallel even further, Otto Preminger, who directed the world premiere in Vienna in 1934, was Jewish, like Paul Abraham and Rosy Barsony, who played the Infanta, and emigrated to the USA, where he became a world-famous Hollywood director.

Musical Director: Giorgiy Dubko
Director and Costume Design: Sascha-Alexander Todtner
Set Design and Costume Design: Christoph Fischer
Dramaturgy: Johannes Blum

View Event →
May
31
8:00 PM20:00

Bizet - Carmen (Dancaïro)

“L’amour est un oiseau rebelle” – “Love is a wild bird”: in her famous Habanera, Carmen sings about the fickleness of this strongest of feelings. Thus, she wins the heart of Sergeant Don José. Torn between his passion and his duties as a member of the military, he decides in Carmen’s favour and follows her to the mountains, where they live with a band of smugglers. When the bullfighter Escamillo turns up, however, Carmen’s feelings prove to be just as fickle as described in her own Habanera. She leaves Don José, who is thrown into a jealous rage – with deadly consequences.
The encounter with Carmen also decided Georges Bizet’s fate: based on a novella by Prosper Mérimée, its first performance at the Opéra comique in Paris in 1875 fell through. Only a few months later, however, a performance in Vienna marked the beginning of its triumph on opera stages around the globe. Georges Bizet, however, did not live to witness the only world success of one of his works: debilitated, he had died shortly after its world premiere at the age of 36.

Conductor: Nicolas André
Director: Jens-Daniel Herzog
Set and Costume Designer: Mathis Neidhardt
Lighting Designer: Stefan Bolliger
Dramaturgy: Hans-Peter Frings, Kerstin Schüssler-Bach

View Event →
May
31
8:00 PM20:00

Bizet - Carmen (Dancaïro)

“L’amour est un oiseau rebelle” – “Love is a wild bird”: in her famous Habanera, Carmen sings about the fickleness of this strongest of feelings. Thus, she wins the heart of Sergeant Don José. Torn between his passion and his duties as a member of the military, he decides in Carmen’s favour and follows her to the mountains, where they live with a band of smugglers. When the bullfighter Escamillo turns up, however, Carmen’s feelings prove to be just as fickle as described in her own Habanera. She leaves Don José, who is thrown into a jealous rage – with deadly consequences.
The encounter with Carmen also decided Georges Bizet’s fate: based on a novella by Prosper Mérimée, its first performance at the Opéra comique in Paris in 1875 fell through. Only a few months later, however, a performance in Vienna marked the beginning of its triumph on opera stages around the globe. Georges Bizet, however, did not live to witness the only world success of one of his works: debilitated, he had died shortly after its world premiere at the age of 36.

Conductor: Nicolas André
Director: Jens-Daniel Herzog
Set and Costume Designer: Mathis Neidhardt
Lighting Designer: Stefan Bolliger
Dramaturgy: Hans-Peter Frings, Kerstin Schüssler-Bach

View Event →
Jun
4
8:00 PM20:00

Bizet - Carmen (Dancaïro)

“L’amour est un oiseau rebelle” – “Love is a wild bird”: in her famous Habanera, Carmen sings about the fickleness of this strongest of feelings. Thus, she wins the heart of Sergeant Don José. Torn between his passion and his duties as a member of the military, he decides in Carmen’s favour and follows her to the mountains, where they live with a band of smugglers. When the bullfighter Escamillo turns up, however, Carmen’s feelings prove to be just as fickle as described in her own Habanera. She leaves Don José, who is thrown into a jealous rage – with deadly consequences.
The encounter with Carmen also decided Georges Bizet’s fate: based on a novella by Prosper Mérimée, its first performance at the Opéra comique in Paris in 1875 fell through. Only a few months later, however, a performance in Vienna marked the beginning of its triumph on opera stages around the globe. Georges Bizet, however, did not live to witness the only world success of one of his works: debilitated, he had died shortly after its world premiere at the age of 36.

Conductor: Nicolas André
Director: Jens-Daniel Herzog
Set and Costume Designer: Mathis Neidhardt
Lighting Designer: Stefan Bolliger
Dramaturgy: Hans-Peter Frings, Kerstin Schüssler-Bach

View Event →
Jun
6
8:30 PM20:30

Verdi - Rigoletto (Marullo)

Never one to miss an opportunity to make fun of others, the hunchback jester Rigoletto is employed by the Duke of Mantua. His only joy in life is his daughter Gilda. When Rigoletto must witness how she falls for the calculated vows of love of the unscrupulous Duke, he is out for revenge: he hires the contract killer Sparafucile to murder the seducer. Gilda, however, sacrifices herself for her lover. Rigoletto realises that he has driven his daughter to death and destroyed his own life.
Ever since the figure of Rigoletto walked onstage for the first time in Venice in 1851, his fate has moved audiences at opera houses everywhere. Giuseppe Verdi achieved world fame with the opera and its ubiquitous melodies – although it is a piece without heroes: thus Rigoletto, that cynical and lovesick father, joined the broad ranks of Verdi figures who are social outcasts and previously never had a voice in the history of opera.

Conductor: Francesco Lanzillotta
Director: Andreas Homoki
Set and Costme Designer: Wolfgang Gussmann
Lighting Designer: Manfred Voss

View Event →
Jun
7
8:00 PM20:00

Bizet - Carmen (Dancaïro)

“L’amour est un oiseau rebelle” – “Love is a wild bird”: in her famous Habanera, Carmen sings about the fickleness of this strongest of feelings. Thus, she wins the heart of Sergeant Don José. Torn between his passion and his duties as a member of the military, he decides in Carmen’s favour and follows her to the mountains, where they live with a band of smugglers. When the bullfighter Escamillo turns up, however, Carmen’s feelings prove to be just as fickle as described in her own Habanera. She leaves Don José, who is thrown into a jealous rage – with deadly consequences.
The encounter with Carmen also decided Georges Bizet’s fate: based on a novella by Prosper Mérimée, its first performance at the Opéra comique in Paris in 1875 fell through. Only a few months later, however, a performance in Vienna marked the beginning of its triumph on opera stages around the globe. Georges Bizet, however, did not live to witness the only world success of one of his works: debilitated, he had died shortly after its world premiere at the age of 36.

Conductor: Nicolas André
Director: Jens-Daniel Herzog
Set and Costume Designer: Mathis Neidhardt
Lighting Designer: Stefan Bolliger
Dramaturgy: Hans-Peter Frings, Kerstin Schüssler-Bach

View Event →
Jun
9
8:30 PM20:30

Verdi - Rigoletto (Marullo)

Never one to miss an opportunity to make fun of others, the hunchback jester Rigoletto is employed by the Duke of Mantua. His only joy in life is his daughter Gilda. When Rigoletto must witness how she falls for the calculated vows of love of the unscrupulous Duke, he is out for revenge: he hires the contract killer Sparafucile to murder the seducer. Gilda, however, sacrifices herself for her lover. Rigoletto realises that he has driven his daughter to death and destroyed his own life.
Ever since the figure of Rigoletto walked onstage for the first time in Venice in 1851, his fate has moved audiences at opera houses everywhere. Giuseppe Verdi achieved world fame with the opera and its ubiquitous melodies – although it is a piece without heroes: thus Rigoletto, that cynical and lovesick father, joined the broad ranks of Verdi figures who are social outcasts and previously never had a voice in the history of opera.

Conductor: Francesco Lanzillotta
Director: Andreas Homoki
Set and Costme Designer: Wolfgang Gussmann
Lighting Designer: Manfred Voss

View Event →
Jun
10
8:00 PM20:00

Bizet - Carmen (Dancaïro)

“L’amour est un oiseau rebelle” – “Love is a wild bird”: in her famous Habanera, Carmen sings about the fickleness of this strongest of feelings. Thus, she wins the heart of Sergeant Don José. Torn between his passion and his duties as a member of the military, he decides in Carmen’s favour and follows her to the mountains, where they live with a band of smugglers. When the bullfighter Escamillo turns up, however, Carmen’s feelings prove to be just as fickle as described in her own Habanera. She leaves Don José, who is thrown into a jealous rage – with deadly consequences.
The encounter with Carmen also decided Georges Bizet’s fate: based on a novella by Prosper Mérimée, its first performance at the Opéra comique in Paris in 1875 fell through. Only a few months later, however, a performance in Vienna marked the beginning of its triumph on opera stages around the globe. Georges Bizet, however, did not live to witness the only world success of one of his works: debilitated, he had died shortly after its world premiere at the age of 36.

Conductor: Nicolas André
Director: Jens-Daniel Herzog
Set and Costume Designer: Mathis Neidhardt
Lighting Designer: Stefan Bolliger
Dramaturgy: Hans-Peter Frings, Kerstin Schüssler-Bach

View Event →
Jun
11
8:30 PM20:30

Verdi - Rigoletto (Marullo)

Never one to miss an opportunity to make fun of others, the hunchback jester Rigoletto is employed by the Duke of Mantua. His only joy in life is his daughter Gilda. When Rigoletto must witness how she falls for the calculated vows of love of the unscrupulous Duke, he is out for revenge: he hires the contract killer Sparafucile to murder the seducer. Gilda, however, sacrifices herself for her lover. Rigoletto realises that he has driven his daughter to death and destroyed his own life.
Ever since the figure of Rigoletto walked onstage for the first time in Venice in 1851, his fate has moved audiences at opera houses everywhere. Giuseppe Verdi achieved world fame with the opera and its ubiquitous melodies – although it is a piece without heroes: thus Rigoletto, that cynical and lovesick father, joined the broad ranks of Verdi figures who are social outcasts and previously never had a voice in the history of opera.

Conductor: Francesco Lanzillotta
Director: Andreas Homoki
Set and Costme Designer: Wolfgang Gussmann
Lighting Designer: Manfred Voss

View Event →
Jun
19
8:00 PM20:00

Telemann - Die Küh - doch halt, nein, nein!

This opera by Telemann does not exist – but there is an aria whose title might have been taken from a Heinz Erhardt sketch. Perhaps the development of his idiosyncratic, occasionally bizarre musical style was due to the fact that Telemann came from a home where music was not a predominant interest, was forced by his parents to study law and therefore acquired all his musical training by teaching himself. He was music director in Leipzig, Frankfurt and Hamburg, where he also directed the opera and contributed significantly to the revival of the city’s concert life. Many of his operas were premiered in Hamburg, but there is a great number of arias and duets which never found their way into any stage work. This disparate material is now collated in an opera which Telemann never wrote, but whose entire music was composed by him.

Conductor: Johannes Gontarski
Director: Vladislav Parapanov
Set Design and Costume Design: Dimana Lateva
Dramaturgy: Johannes Blum

View Event →
Jun
20
8:00 PM20:00

Telemann - Die Küh - doch halt, nein, nein!

This opera by Telemann does not exist – but there is an aria whose title might have been taken from a Heinz Erhardt sketch. Perhaps the development of his idiosyncratic, occasionally bizarre musical style was due to the fact that Telemann came from a home where music was not a predominant interest, was forced by his parents to study law and therefore acquired all his musical training by teaching himself. He was music director in Leipzig, Frankfurt and Hamburg, where he also directed the opera and contributed significantly to the revival of the city’s concert life. Many of his operas were premiered in Hamburg, but there is a great number of arias and duets which never found their way into any stage work. This disparate material is now collated in an opera which Telemann never wrote, but whose entire music was composed by him.

Conductor: Johannes Gontarski
Director: Vladislav Parapanov
Set Design and Costume Design: Dimana Lateva
Dramaturgy: Johannes Blum

View Event →
Jun
21
4:00 PM16:00

Telemann - Die Küh - doch halt, nein, nein!

This opera by Telemann does not exist – but there is an aria whose title might have been taken from a Heinz Erhardt sketch. Perhaps the development of his idiosyncratic, occasionally bizarre musical style was due to the fact that Telemann came from a home where music was not a predominant interest, was forced by his parents to study law and therefore acquired all his musical training by teaching himself. He was music director in Leipzig, Frankfurt and Hamburg, where he also directed the opera and contributed significantly to the revival of the city’s concert life. Many of his operas were premiered in Hamburg, but there is a great number of arias and duets which never found their way into any stage work. This disparate material is now collated in an opera which Telemann never wrote, but whose entire music was composed by him.

Conductor: Johannes Gontarski
Director: Vladislav Parapanov
Set Design and Costume Design: Dimana Lateva
Dramaturgy: Johannes Blum

View Event →
Jun
23
8:00 PM20:00

Telemann - Die Küh - doch halt, nein, nein!

This opera by Telemann does not exist – but there is an aria whose title might have been taken from a Heinz Erhardt sketch. Perhaps the development of his idiosyncratic, occasionally bizarre musical style was due to the fact that Telemann came from a home where music was not a predominant interest, was forced by his parents to study law and therefore acquired all his musical training by teaching himself. He was music director in Leipzig, Frankfurt and Hamburg, where he also directed the opera and contributed significantly to the revival of the city’s concert life. Many of his operas were premiered in Hamburg, but there is a great number of arias and duets which never found their way into any stage work. This disparate material is now collated in an opera which Telemann never wrote, but whose entire music was composed by him.

Conductor: Johannes Gontarski
Director: Vladislav Parapanov
Set Design and Costume Design: Dimana Lateva
Dramaturgy: Johannes Blum

View Event →
Jun
24
8:00 PM20:00

Telemann - Die Küh - doch halt, nein, nein!

This opera by Telemann does not exist – but there is an aria whose title might have been taken from a Heinz Erhardt sketch. Perhaps the development of his idiosyncratic, occasionally bizarre musical style was due to the fact that Telemann came from a home where music was not a predominant interest, was forced by his parents to study law and therefore acquired all his musical training by teaching himself. He was music director in Leipzig, Frankfurt and Hamburg, where he also directed the opera and contributed significantly to the revival of the city’s concert life. Many of his operas were premiered in Hamburg, but there is a great number of arias and duets which never found their way into any stage work. This disparate material is now collated in an opera which Telemann never wrote, but whose entire music was composed by him.

Conductor: Johannes Gontarski
Director: Vladislav Parapanov
Set Design and Costume Design: Dimana Lateva
Dramaturgy: Johannes Blum

View Event →
Jun
26
8:00 PM20:00

Telemann - Die Küh - doch halt, nein, nein!

This opera by Telemann does not exist – but there is an aria whose title might have been taken from a Heinz Erhardt sketch. Perhaps the development of his idiosyncratic, occasionally bizarre musical style was due to the fact that Telemann came from a home where music was not a predominant interest, was forced by his parents to study law and therefore acquired all his musical training by teaching himself. He was music director in Leipzig, Frankfurt and Hamburg, where he also directed the opera and contributed significantly to the revival of the city’s concert life. Many of his operas were premiered in Hamburg, but there is a great number of arias and duets which never found their way into any stage work. This disparate material is now collated in an opera which Telemann never wrote, but whose entire music was composed by him.

Conductor: Johannes Gontarski
Director: Vladislav Parapanov
Set Design and Costume Design: Dimana Lateva
Dramaturgy: Johannes Blum

View Event →
Jun
27
8:00 PM20:00

Telemann - Die Küh - doch halt, nein, nein!

This opera by Telemann does not exist – but there is an aria whose title might have been taken from a Heinz Erhardt sketch. Perhaps the development of his idiosyncratic, occasionally bizarre musical style was due to the fact that Telemann came from a home where music was not a predominant interest, was forced by his parents to study law and therefore acquired all his musical training by teaching himself. He was music director in Leipzig, Frankfurt and Hamburg, where he also directed the opera and contributed significantly to the revival of the city’s concert life. Many of his operas were premiered in Hamburg, but there is a great number of arias and duets which never found their way into any stage work. This disparate material is now collated in an opera which Telemann never wrote, but whose entire music was composed by him.

Conductor: Johannes Gontarski
Director: Vladislav Parapanov
Set Design and Costume Design: Dimana Lateva
Dramaturgy: Johannes Blum

View Event →

Sep
29
3:00 PM15:00

Strauss - Ariadne auf Naxos (Perückenmacher)

A nouveau-riche Viennese is planning a performance of the tragedy “Ariadne auf Naxos”, which he has commissioned as part of a grand party he is planning at his home. As an encore, however, the patron of the arts has the dance-master rehearse the comedy “Zerbinetta und ihre vier Liebhaber”. When the uneducated music lover learns that “Ariadne” is set on a desert island, he decides to have both pieces performed simultaneously. The seductive Zerbinetta, however, hatches an improvisational plan of her own to continuously interrupt the performance of Ariadne’s story, which is marked by profound melancholy and a longing for death, with grotesque and amusing interludes – until the god Bacchus decides to lovingly cheer up the long-suffering Ariadne.

Conductor: Kent Nagano
Director: Christian Stückl
Set Design and Costume Design: Stefan Hageneier
Choreography: Eric Miot
Lighting Designer: Michael Bauer

View Event →
Sep
25
7:30 PM19:30

Strauss - Ariadne auf Naxos (Perückenmacher)

A nouveau-riche Viennese is planning a performance of the tragedy “Ariadne auf Naxos”, which he has commissioned as part of a grand party he is planning at his home. As an encore, however, the patron of the arts has the dance-master rehearse the comedy “Zerbinetta und ihre vier Liebhaber”. When the uneducated music lover learns that “Ariadne” is set on a desert island, he decides to have both pieces performed simultaneously. The seductive Zerbinetta, however, hatches an improvisational plan of her own to continuously interrupt the performance of Ariadne’s story, which is marked by profound melancholy and a longing for death, with grotesque and amusing interludes – until the god Bacchus decides to lovingly cheer up the long-suffering Ariadne.

Conductor: Kent Nagano
Director: Christian Stückl
Set Design and Costume Design: Stefan Hageneier
Choreography: Eric Miot
Lighting Designer: Michael Bauer

View Event →
Sep
14
7:30 PM19:30

Strauss - Ariadne auf Naxos (Perückenmacher)

A nouveau-riche Viennese is planning a performance of the tragedy “Ariadne auf Naxos”, which he has commissioned as part of a grand party he is planning at his home. As an encore, however, the patron of the arts has the dance-master rehearse the comedy “Zerbinetta und ihre vier Liebhaber”. When the uneducated music lover learns that “Ariadne” is set on a desert island, he decides to have both pieces performed simultaneously. The seductive Zerbinetta, however, hatches an improvisational plan of her own to continuously interrupt the performance of Ariadne’s story, which is marked by profound melancholy and a longing for death, with grotesque and amusing interludes – until the god Bacchus decides to lovingly cheer up the long-suffering Ariadne.

Conductor: Kent Nagano
Director: Christian Stückl
Set Design and Costume Design: Stefan Hageneier
Choreography: Eric Miot
Lighting Designer: Michael Bauer

View Event →
Sep
11
8:00 PM20:00

Shostakovich - Moskau Cheryomushki (Boris)

Is there any place more idyllic than a high-rise quarter, freshly built? Locked doors, corrupt civil servants, homelessness hovering like the sword of Damocles over the heads of a random group of Muscovites from the overcrowded and ailing parts of the Russian metropolis in the late 1950s. The satellite town of Cheryomushki is supposed to alleviate all these troubles, making all the promises of modern life come true. Whatever might still be lacking to achieve perfect happiness is supplied by a homemade magical garden: here, flowers grow only for good people, a fountain makes civil servants mute, a park bench silences all lies and a fabulous clock turns the hands of time until love finally comes true. Welcome to the wonderful world of “Soviet operetta”!

Conductor: Rupert Burleigh
Director: Vera Nemirova
Co-Director: Sonja Nemirova
Set- and Costume Designer: Dimana Lateva
Video: Baha Hamdemir
Choreography: Christian Bakalov
Dramaturgy: Janina Zell

View Event →
Sep
8
5:00 PM17:00

Shostakovich - Moskau Cheryomushki (Boris)

Is there any place more idyllic than a high-rise quarter, freshly built? Locked doors, corrupt civil servants, homelessness hovering like the sword of Damocles over the heads of a random group of Muscovites from the overcrowded and ailing parts of the Russian metropolis in the late 1950s. The satellite town of Cheryomushki is supposed to alleviate all these troubles, making all the promises of modern life come true. Whatever might still be lacking to achieve perfect happiness is supplied by a homemade magical garden: here, flowers grow only for good people, a fountain makes civil servants mute, a park bench silences all lies and a fabulous clock turns the hands of time until love finally comes true. Welcome to the wonderful world of “Soviet operetta”!

Conductor: Rupert Burleigh
Director: Vera Nemirova
Co-Director: Sonja Nemirova
Set- and Costume Designer: Dimana Lateva
Video: Baha Hamdemir
Choreography: Christian Bakalov
Dramaturgy: Janina Zell

View Event →
Sep
6
8:00 PM20:00

Shostakovich - Moskau Cheryomushki (Boris)

Is there any place more idyllic than a high-rise quarter, freshly built? Locked doors, corrupt civil servants, homelessness hovering like the sword of Damocles over the heads of a random group of Muscovites from the overcrowded and ailing parts of the Russian metropolis in the late 1950s. The satellite town of Cheryomushki is supposed to alleviate all these troubles, making all the promises of modern life come true. Whatever might still be lacking to achieve perfect happiness is supplied by a homemade magical garden: here, flowers grow only for good people, a fountain makes civil servants mute, a park bench silences all lies and a fabulous clock turns the hands of time until love finally comes true. Welcome to the wonderful world of “Soviet operetta”!

Conductor: Rupert Burleigh
Director: Vera Nemirova
Co-Director: Sonja Nemirova
Set- and Costume Designer: Dimana Lateva
Video: Baha Hamdemir
Choreography: Christian Bakalov
Dramaturgy: Janina Zell

View Event →
Jul
28
6:00 PM18:00

Rossini - La Cenerentola

West Green House Opera presents La Cenerentola

Director: Victoria Newlyn
Conductor: Matthew Kofi Waldren
Designer: Richard Studer

CAST
Ramiro: Filipe Manu
Angelina: Heather Lowe
Dandini: Nicholas Mogg
Don Magnifico: Matthew Stiff
Clorinda: Zoe Drummond
Tisbe: Sioned Gwen Davies
Alidoro: Blaise Malaba

View Event →
Jul
27
6:00 PM18:00

Rossini - La Cenerentola

West Green House Opera presents La Cenerentola

Director: Victoria Newlyn
Conductor: Matthew Kofi Waldren
Designer: Richard Studer

CAST
Ramiro: Filipe Manu
Angelina: Heather Lowe
Dandini: Nicholas Mogg
Don Magnifico: Matthew Stiff
Clorinda: Zoe Drummond
Tisbe: Sioned Gwen Davies
Alidoro: Blaise Malaba

View Event →
Jun
8
7:30 PM19:30

NOS - Contemporary Scenes

The Young Artists of the National Opera Studio present contemporary opera scenes in their final project of the year.

Mark Shanahan - Conductor
Michael McCarthy - Director

Nicholas Mogg - Anna Nicole - Turnage (Stern), Blonde Eckbert - Weir (Eckbert)

View Event →
Jun
7
7:30 PM19:30

NOS - Contemporary Scenes

The Young Artists of the National Opera Studio present contemporary opera scenes in their final project of the year.

Mark Shanahan - Conductor
Michael McCarthy - Director

Nicholas Mogg - Anna Nicole - Turnage (Stern), Blonde Eckbert - Weir (Eckbert)

View Event →
Apr
19
6:00 PM18:00

Bach - St John Passion

Nicholas Mogg joins the Orchestra of the EIghteenth Century and Capella Amsterdam for performances of Bach - St John Passion.

Thomas Walker - Evangelist
Henk Neven - Christus

Julia Doyle - Soprano
Daniel Elgersma - Alto
Andrew Tortise - Tenor
Nicholas Mogg - Baritone

View Event →
Apr
18
8:15 PM20:15

Bach - St John Passion

Nicholas Mogg joins the Orchestra of the EIghteenth Century and Capella Amsterdam for performances of Bach - St John Passion.

Thomas Walker - Evangelist
Henk Neven - Christus

Julia Doyle - Soprano
Daniel Elgersma - Alto
Andrew Tortise - Tenor
Nicholas Mogg - Baritone

View Event →
Apr
17
8:15 PM20:15

Bach - St John Passion

Nicholas Mogg joins the Orchestra of the EIghteenth Century and Capella Amsterdam for performances of Bach - St John Passion.

Thomas Walker - Evangelist
Henk Neven - Christus

Julia Doyle - Soprano
Daniel Elgersma - Alto
Andrew Tortise - Tenor
Nicholas Mogg - Baritone

View Event →
Apr
16
8:15 PM20:15

Bach - St John Passion

Nicholas Mogg joins the Orchestra of the EIghteenth Century and Capella Amsterdam for performances of Bach - St John Passion.

Thomas Walker - Evangelist
Henk Neven - Christus

Julia Doyle - Soprano
Daniel Elgersma - Alto
Andrew Tortise - Tenor
Nicholas Mogg - Baritone

View Event →
Apr
13
8:15 PM20:15

Bach - St John Passion

Nicholas Mogg joins the Orchestra of the EIghteenth Century and Capella Amsterdam for performances of Bach - St John Passion.

Thomas Walker - Evangelist
Henk Neven - Christus

Julia Doyle - Soprano
Daniel Elgersma - Alto
Andrew Tortise - Tenor
Nicholas Mogg - Baritone

View Event →
Apr
9
to Apr 10

Bach - St John Passion

Nicholas Mogg joins the Orchestra of the EIghteenth Century and Capella Amsterdam for performances of Bach - St John Passion.

Thomas Walker - Evangelist
Henk Neven - Christus

Julia Doyle - Soprano
Daniel Elgersma - Alto
Andrew Tortise - Tenor
Nicholas Mogg - Baritone

View Event →
Apr
8
to Apr 10

Bach - St John Passion

Nicholas Mogg joins the Orchestra of the EIghteenth Century and Capella Amsterdam for performances of Bach - St John Passion.

Thomas Walker - Evangelist
Henk Neven - Christus

Julia Doyle - Soprano
Daniel Elgersma - Alto
Andrew Tortise - Tenor
Nicholas Mogg - Baritone

View Event →
Apr
7
8:15 PM20:15

Bach - St John Passion

Nicholas Mogg joins the Orchestra of the EIghteenth Century and Capella Amsterdam for performances of Bach - St John Passion.

Thomas Walker - Evangelist
Henk Neven - Christus

Julia Doyle - Soprano
Daniel Elgersma - Alto
Andrew Tortise - Tenor
Nicholas Mogg - Baritone

View Event →
Dec
10
7:30 PM19:30

Opera North Residency - London performance

The young artists of the National Opera Studio perform Last Days, devised and directed by Tim Albery, to mark the centenary of the end of World War I.

We are taken from the gaiety of pre-war Europe’s nightclubs into an apocalyptic vision of the War’s outbreak, towards increasingly stormy, raw or mournful songs and texts from Berg, Satie, E.E Cummings, Elgar, Butterworth and Gurney, among others.

Members of the Orchestra of Opera North and the next generation of operatic stars bring these powerful and affecting songs to new life in this special one-off performance.

View Event →

Photos by Sim Canetty-Clarke