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 Recent OMTF Events
DEVOTED AND DISGRUNTLED 2016
How Can We Change Opera For The Better?
April 9 and 10, 2016
Lilian Baylis House, London, UK

A weekend of passionate discussion and informal conversation to help shape the future of opera. Open to all members of the operatic community: practitioners and audiences, administrators and technicians, friends and critics, newcomers and old hands.

Open Space discussion facilitated by Improbable in partnership with the English National Opera and Tête à Tête, and in association with the Royal Opera House, the National Opera Coordinating Committee, Opera Europa and OMTF.

35+ reports from the event are available here

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 Past OMTF Events
EFFECTIVE FUNDRAISING
Friday 31st July 2015
Regent Theatre, Regent High School, London

An OMTF symposium exploring the key issues in fundraising; the many different ways of raising money in an era of diminishing public funding; how to find and hold on to your funders and donors; planning fundraising strategies; building effective cases for public funding; and what it takes to be successful.

Panels and surgeries with experts from Glyndebourne, The Royal Opera House, Welsh National Opera and more will provide opportunities to learn from some of the most successful fundraisers in the sector.

Suitable for companies of all shapes and sizes.


DEVOTED & DISGRUNTLED
What are we going to do about Opera?
June 6 and 7, 2015
Royal Opera House, London, UK

A weekend of passionate discussion and informal conversation open to all members of the operatic community: artists and audiences, administrators and technicians, friends and critics, newcomers and old hands.

Open Space discussion facilitated by Improbable in partnership with the Royal Opera House, Tête à Tête, National Opera Coordinating Committee and Opera Europa.

Reports from the Devoted and Disgruntled event are available here.

MARKETING YOUR COMPANY

Friday 1st August 2014, 2-5pm
King's Place, London

How does your company reach the right people? What makes your company and shows unique and appealing to audiences, funders, promoters and everyone who matters to you? An OMTF Symposium exploring how an organisation’s distinctive profile can improve both its place in the market and its ticket sales.

Speakers from English Touring Opera; Kings Place; Mahogany Opera Group; Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment


The 2013 Conference, Future Tense, hosted by the Royal Opera House, London, focused on what the world might be like in 2030.

Artists, business leaders, policy-makers and thinkers sought to understand a rapidly changing arts sector in a rapidly changing world.  Speakers included Royal Opera House Artistic Director Kasper Holten, playwright/librettist Mark Ravenhill, Bill Winters, CEO and Chairman, Renshaw Bay, Phillida Cheetham, Policy Department, Which? and Marcus Romer, Artistic Director, Pilot Theatre.  More details on the event page...
The 2013 Open Event was Innovation, Innovation, Innovation: Embracing the Digital Revolution hosted by the Tête à Tête Festival at the Riverside Studios, London in August 2013.

A wide range of digital applications were discussed with speakers including The Space, The Young Vic, the Royal Opera House and NESTA.
Watch the presentations and see more details on the event page...

 FEATURES
  END CALL

OperaUpClose mounts a new production of Poulenc's La Voix Humaine


Familiar with depression and doomed love affairs, Poulenc’s last opera La Voix Humaine (1959) was a deeply personal work based on the play of the same name by his long-standing friend Jean Cocteau.

An intense 50-minute tour de force for solo soprano, it was written for the French singer Denise Duval, leading lady in all of Poulenc’s operas.  She was also suffering an emotional crisis at the time and the work is a devastating musical portrait of a human being on the brink of disintegration.  Alone in her flat, Elle cradles the phone as she tries to put on a brave face for her ex-lover at the other end, hampered by crossed lines and wrong numbers.

It will be performed in an English translation by soprano Sarah Minns with Richard Black (piano), directed by OperaUpClose’s Artistic Director, Robin Norton-Hale.

Poulenc’s La Voix Humaine will be performed at King’s Place, London on July 2.

OperaUpClose profile

  LESSONS FROM THE GREEN-EYED MONSTER

Bampton Classical Opera scores another first with the Salieri opera The School of Jealousy


Bampton Classical Opera are serial premierists – they find neglected 18th century operas and give them their first British performances.  This opera has been performed in the UK but that was back in 1786 and it hasn’t been performed since despite enjoying a new wave of popularity in Europe.  Furthermore it is the bicentenary of the death of Nancy Storace, the famous 18th century Anglo-Italian soprano.  She sang in a key Viennese performance of the opera which brought her to the attention of Mozart and he went on to write the role of the role of Susanna in Le nozze di Figaro for her.  So it’s a good moment to revive the opera in a new translation by Bampton’s joint Artistic Directors Gilly French and Jeremy Gray.

First performed in 1778, this frivolously cynical comedy (rather a speciality of the librettist Caterino Mazzolà) was perfectly suited to the fashion of the period and quickly became one of the most popular operas of the age in different versions and sometimes in translation.  The plot revolves around two married couples who variously feel deliciously attracted and/or horribly jealous of each other and are not above using jealousy to exact revenge where they believe it to be due.  One couple’s cousin and their servants aid and abet the resulting intrigues and stratagems.

The School of Jealousy, a new translation of Salieri’s La scuola de’ gelosi by Bampton Classical Opera, premieres at The Deanery Gardens, Bampton on July 21.  After two performances it will tour to Westonbirt (August 28) and St John's Smith Square London, (September 12).

Bampton Classical Opera profile

  HANKIE-PANKY

Opera della Luna will lift our spirits this summer with an operetta by Johann Strauss


There are echoes of Othello in the device of a dangerous handkerchief potentially causing fatal jealousy – but fortunately The Queen's Lace Handkerchief is a comedy which brings us truffles and Cervantes (yes, the Spanish novelist), political shenanigins (always topical) and a bullfight, oysters and adultery.

Das Spitzentuch der Königin was a huge success in Vienna and New York in the 1880s but was never presented in London, perhaps because Gilbert and Sullivan were at the height of their fame.  Nevertheless many of the tunes are now well-known, as Strauss later re-used them in his famous orchestral waltzes.  Roses of the South is just one of the many familiar melodies contained within the show’s sparkling score.

Translated and directed by the company’s Artistic Director Jeff Clarke, this will be the first professional production of the Handkerchief in the UK – an occasion not to be sneezed at. 

The Queen’s Lace Handkerchief by Johann Strauss produced by Opera della Luna previews at the Roxburgh Theatre, Stowe on July 21 prior to opening at Wilton’s Music Hall, London on August 29 for three performances.

Opera della Luna profile

  POWER GAMES

The use and abuse of power drives operas by Puccini, Janacek and Wagner in Grange Park Opera's first season in its new home at West Horsley Place


In Puccini’s Tosca, Baron Scarpia, Police Chief of an authoritarian state, wants the glamorous Tosca and wants to be rid of her lover.  He has all the power to make both things happen, but by the end of a long, tragic night who has actually won?

In his masterpiece Jenufa, Janacek observes the power exerted by a stepmother to determine the course of her stepdaughter’s life.  Jenufa has fallen pregnant to a man who only loves her for her beauty.  When that is damaged her stepmother takes dramatic and ultimately tragic action to control the situation. 

Die Walküre is the second episode of Der Ring des Nibelungen, Wagner’s epic about the rise and collapse of the old order.  Wotan, chief of the Gods, reluctantly exercises his powers of life and death over transgressive members of his family, unaware that a new grandson will eventually win the all-powerful ring from his enemy.

Bryn & Zen: In addition to these full-blooded operas Grange Park Opera will be providing a treat combining song and dance featuring their patron Sir Bryn Terfel and Zenaida Yanowsky, Principal Artist with the Royal Ballet.

The Grange Park Opera season opens in the new Theatre in the Woods at West Horsley Place on June 8 with Puccini’s Tosca and continues with Janáček’s Jenůfa (June 11) and Wagners Die Walküre (June 29)Bryn & Zen takes place on June 16.

Grange Park Opera profile

Other current and recent stories:
Jun 2017
to 14 Jun
Dramatic Missions
The Longborough Festival Opera season features a seminal work by Gluck and operas by Beethoven, Mozart and Wagner – all influenced by his musical reforms 
Jun 2017
to 04 Jul
All About Love
Garsington Opera's summer season includes Handel, Mozart, Debussy and Rossini together with a new commission from Roxanna Panufnik 
May 2017
to 17 Jul
Y Tŵr
Music Theatre Wales' first Welsh language opera explores the challenges of love, change and ageing 
May 2017
to 13 Jun
Intimate Experiences
Iford Arts hosts big emotions in their small but perfectly formed space – Love in La boheme and the Barber of Seville; grief and hope in Handel's Jephtha 
May 2017
to 07 May
#LoveOpera Weekend, May 5--7
Following OMTF's successful campaign last May we will once again be celebrating live opera and music theatre in the UK 
May 2017
to 06 May
Dubai-Rostov-New York - Adventures in Faraway Places
The National Opera Studio showcases new works by three celebrated female composers, Joanna Marsh, Elena Langer and Errollyn Wallen 
Mar 2017
to 02 Mar
A Chorus of Celebration
Composers in residence around the country help celebrate Streetwise Opera anniversary 
Mar 2017
to 06 Mar
National Opera Studio @ Scottish Opera
This year's students in their first residency of the year 
Mar 2017
to 07 Mar
Rough For Opera #15
Three test performances from composers Catherine Kontz, Benjamin Tassie and Jonathan Higgins 
Mar 2017
to 10 Jun
Resisting Power and Pretension
English Touring Opera's new tour features Puccini's Tosca, and Gilbert and Sullivan's satirical Patience 
Feb 2017
to 04 Mar
Back On the Road
Mid Wales Opera hits the road with Handel's Semele, Mozart's Magic Flute and an ambitious programme for the future 
Feb 2017
to 24 Feb
Various Stages
Mahogany Opera Group's annual showcase of new work-in-progress is expanding for 2017 
Dec 2016
to 16 Dec
Old Tales of Kitezh Grad
Russian songs and arias presented by students of the OperaCoast Sing Russian course 
Dec 2016
to 05 Dec
The Human Condition
Explorations by Anna Clock, Martin Ward and Freya Ireland in Second Movement's latest Rough for Opera 
Oct 2016
to 28 Oct
Earthquake Fundraiser
 
Oct 2016
to 22 Nov
Perfect Matches?
The course of true love runs pretty bumpily in English Touring Opera's autumn season with Xerxes, La Calisto and Ulysses’ Homecoming 
Nov 2016
to 15 Nov
For Who Can Wield Like Shakespeare's Skilful Hand?
Bampton Classical Opera's autumn visit to London features Thomas Linley the Younger and Georg Benda 
Sep 2016
to 10 Sep
Free Spirits
British Youth Opera's season features two rarely seen works by Britten and Malcolm Williamson 
Aug 2016
to 27 Aug
The Hive
The last Tête à Tête production of the summer is a new opera by Carole Hayman and Harvey Brough 
Jul 2016
to 20 Sep
The Golden Dragon - New Recipe!
Music Theatre Wales premiers a new English language version of Peter Eötvös's fable of modern life 
Jul 2016
to 13 Sep
Divine Comedies
Greek gods feature in Bampton Classical Opera's summer season 
Jul 2016
to 18 Aug
Make 'Em Laugh!
Stress busting therapy – an Offenbach double bill from Opera della Luna 
Jul 2016
to 12 Aug
Adventures in Opera
Tête à Tête hosts work from Europe, UK and the US in King's Cross 
Jul 2016
to 24 Jul
The OMTF Extends a Warm Welcome to OperaCoast
 
Jul 2016
to 06 Jul
What Price Immortality?
Tête à Tête premieres Toni Castell's 2045 The Year Man Becomes Immortal 
Jul 2016
to 09 Jul
Lock Up Your Daughters...
...Operaluna is bringing Don Giovanni to Marlborough 
Jun 2016
to 18 Jun
It's Magic
Operas from Mozart, Purcell and Verdi are laced with magic of all kinds and two celebrate Shakespeare at Iford Arts' summer festival 
Jun 2016
to 07 Jul
Promises, Promises ...
In Garsington Opera's 2016 season Tchaikovsky, Rossini and Mozart offer protagonists who make vows with life-changing consequences. 
Jun 2016
to 02 Aug
Dangerous Liaisons
Longborough Festival Opera's eclectic season featuring the consequences of sinful passions incorporates Wagner, Mozart, Janacek and Handel 
Jun 2016
to 16 Jul
More!
Grange Park Opera's last season in Hampshire contains plenty of food for the soul with three operas and a musical 
Jun 2016
to 25 Jun
Midsummer Nights
The City Lit Opera School celebrates summer and the end of the academic year with Purcell's Fairy Queen 
Mar 2016
to 01 Jun
Transgressors
English Touring Opera's spring season features protagonists from Mozart, Donizetti and Gluck who defy the social codes of their times and places 
May 2016
to 21 May
Criminal Intent
Six new operas featuring crime premeditated by Tête à Tête and the Royal College of Music 
May 2016
to 08 May
#LOVEOPERA Weekend, May 6-8
Celebrating the range and quantity of live opera and music theatre in the UK 
Apr 2016
to 20 Apr
Danger: Works in Progress!
The National Opera Studio presents an adventurous edition of its annual Contemporary Opera Scenes 
Apr 2016
to 10 Apr
Devoted and Disgruntled 2016
 
Apr 2016
to 06 Apr
Falstaff at the Opera
The City Lit Opera School joins the Shakespeare celebrations 
Apr 2016
to 15 Apr
Shakespeare in Love, in Loathing and Laughter and all in Music
OperaUpClose join in the Shakespeare celebrations 
Jun 2016
to 26 Mar
An Opera Fit for Easter
Bach's St Matthew Passion is brought to life as a fully-staged opera by Streetwise Opera and The Sixteen 
Mar 2016
to 19 Mar
A Rattling Good Tale
The Mahogany Opera Group recreates the original story of Rumpelstiltskin for children 
Feb 2016
to 12 Mar
Rinse Cycle
Wagner’s Ring Cycle conditioned with comedy and shrunk to two hours by Unexpected Opera 
Feb 2016
to 18 Apr
The Devil Inside
Music Theatre Wales teams up once again with Scottish Opera to premiere a new work by Stuart MacRae and Louise Welsh 
Feb 2016
to 27 Feb
Nothing
Glyndebourne Education celebrates 30 years with a new opera about the meaning of life 
Feb 2016
to 11 Feb
Rothschild's Violin
Oxford's New Chamber Opera premiers a piece designed specifically for the New College Ante-chapel 

 EVENTS
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Diva Opera
Rossini: La cenerentola
London, Syon Park: 28 Jun
Tiverton, Stuckeridge House: 30 Jun, 2 Jul
Whichford House: 8 Jul
Jersey, Domaine de Vaux: 11 Jul

Glyndebourne Festival
Strauss,R: Ariadne auf Naxos
Glyndebourne, Opera House: 28 Jun, 1, 4, 7, 9m, 14, 16m, 19, 23m, 27 Jul

Grange Park Opera
Puccini: Tosca

Horsley, West Horsley Place: 28, 30 Jun, 2 Jul

Iford Arts
Rossini: The Barber of Seville

Bradford on Avon, Iford Manor: 28, 30 Jun, 1 Jul

Royal College of Music
Chabrier: Une Éducation manquée
London, RCM Britten Theatre: 28, 30 Jun, 3, 4 Jul
Poulenc: Les mamelles de Tirésias
London, RCM Britten Theatre: 28, 30 Jun, 3, 4 Jul

Royal Opera
Verdi: Otello
London, ROH: 28 Jun, 2m, 6, 8, 10, 12, 15 Jul

Scottish Opera
Glass: The Trial
Glasgow, Theatre Royal: 28 Jun

The Grange Festival
Bizet: Carmen
Northington, The Grange: 28, 30 Jun, 8 Jul

Welsh National Opera
Strauss,J: Die Fledermaus
Birmingham, Hippodrome: 28 Jun

Diva Opera
Puccini: La bohème
London, Syon Park: 29 Jun
Tiverton, Stuckeridge House: 1 Jul
Whichford House: 7 Jul
Jersey, Domaine de Vaux: 10 Jul

Garsington Opera
Rossini: Il turco in Italia

Stokenchurch, Wormsley: 29 Jun, 2, 5, 8, 10, 13, 15 Jul

Glyndebourne Festival
Cavalli: Hipermestra
Glyndebourne, Opera House: 29 Jun, 2m, 5, 8 Jul

Grange Park Opera
Wagner,Richard: Die Walküre

Horsley, West Horsley Place: 29 Jun, 1, 5, 9, 12, 15 Jul

Longborough Festival Opera
Beethoven: Fidelio

Longborough, Opera House: 29m Jun, 1m, 2m Jul

OperaUpClose
Puccini: La Boheme
Hertford Theatre: 29 Jun
Folkstone, Quarterhouse: 1 Jul
Derby Theatre: 7 Jul
St Andrews, The Byre Theatre: 13, 14 Jul

Royal Opera
Mozart: Mitridate re di Ponto
London, ROH: 29 Jun, 1, 7 Jul

The Grange Festival
Britten: Albert Herring
Northington, The Grange: 29 Jun, 1, 7, 9 Jul

Welsh National Opera
Puccini: Madam Butterfly
Birmingham, Hippodrome: 29, 30 Jun

ENO Studio Live
Dove: The Day After
London, Lilian Baylis House: 30, 31 Jun

Garsington Opera
Handel: Semele

Stokenchurch, Wormsley: 30 Jun, 4 Jul

Glyndebourne Festival
Dean: Hamlet
Glyndebourne, Opera House: 30 Jun, 6 Jul

Royal Opera
Verdi: La traviata
London, ROH: 30 Jun, 4 Jul

Garsington Opera
Debussy: Pelléas et Mélisande

Stokenchurch, Wormsley: 1, 7 Jul

Glyndebourne Festival
Verdi: La traviata
Glyndebourne, Opera House: 1m, 4, 7m, 10m, 12m, 15m, 18m, 22m, 25m, 27m Jul

Mahogany Opera Group
Emily Hall: The Itch Witch
Hull, City Hall: 1m Jul
London, Southbank Centre: 8m Jul

Music at Woodhouse
Rameau: Hippolyte et Aricie
Holmbury St Mary, Woodhouse, Lake Amphitheatre: 1m, 2m Jul

Nevill Holt Opera
Britten: Noye's Fludde
Medbourne, Nevill Holt: 1m, 1, 2m, 2 Jul

Welsh National Opera
Strauss,R: Der Rosenkavalier
Birmingham, Hippodrome: 1 Jul

OperaUpClose
Poulenc: La Voix Humaine

London, Kings Place: 2, 10, 16 Jul, 6, 20 Aug

The Grange Festival
Monteverdi: Il ritorno d'Ulisse in patria
Northington, The Grange: 2 Jul

Garsington Opera
Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro

Stokenchurch, Wormsley: 3, 6, 9, 11, 14, 16 Jul

Royal Opera
Puccini: Turandot
London, ROH: 5, 8m, 9, 11, 12m, 14, 15m, 16 Jul

Trinity Laban Opera
Monteverdi: L'incoronazione di Poppea
London, Blackheath Halls: 5, 6, 7, 8 Jul

Grange Park Opera
Janáček: Jenůfa

Horsley, West Horsley Place: 6, 8 Jul

Buxton Festival Opera
Verdi: Macbeth
Buxton, Opera House: 7, 11, 14, 18, 21 Jul

Winslow Hall Opera
Verdi: Un ballo in maschera
Winslow Hall: 7, 9m, 11, 13, 15, 16m Jul

Buxton Festival Opera
Britten: Albert Herring
Buxton, Opera House: 8, 12, 15, 19, 22 Jul

New Chamber Opera
Paisiello: The Barber of Seville
Oxford, New College, The Warden's Garden: 8, 11, 12, 14, 15 Jul

Buxton Festival Opera
Mozart: Lucio Silla
Buxton, Opera House: 9, 13, 16, 20 Jul

OperaUpClose
Anthony Young: Ulla's Odyssey
Stroud, The Cotswold Playhouse: 9 Jul

Glyndebourne
Donizetti: Don Pasquale
Glyndebourne, Opera House: 13m, 15m, 18m, 22m, 25m, 28m, 30m Jul, 2m, 5m, 9m, 14m, 17m, 20m, 23m Aug

Longborough Festival Opera
Mozart: The Magic Flute

Longborough, Opera House: 13m, 15m, 16m, 18m, 20m, 22m Jul

Opera Holland Park
Todd: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
London, Holland Park Yucca Lawn: 13m, 15m, 19m, 20m, 21m, 22m, 25m, 26m, 27m, 28m, 29m Jul
Janáček: Kát'a Kabanová
London, Holland Park Theatre: 15, 19, 21, 26, 28 Jul

Music Theatre Wales
Puw: Y Tŵr

Buxton, Opera House: 17 Jul

Opera Holland Park
Leoncavallo: Zazà
London, Holland Park Theatre: 18, 20, 22, 27, 29 Jul

Welsh National Opera
Tchaikowsky: The Merchant of Venice
London, ROH: 19, 20 Jul
London, ROH: 19, 20 Jul

Bampton Classical Opera
Salieri: The School of Jealousy

Bampton, Deanery Garden: 21, 22 Jul
Westonbirt, The Orangery: 28 Aug
London, St John's Smith Square: 12 Sep

BBC Proms
Beethoven: Fidelio
London, Royal Albert Hall: 21 Jul

Opera della Luna
Strauss,J: The Queen's Lace Handkerchief

Stowe, Roxburgh Theatre: 21 Jul
London, Wilton's Music Hall: 29, 30, 31 Aug

Iford Arts
Handel: Jephtha

Bradford on Avon, Iford Manor: 22, 25, 28, 29 Jul, 1, 2 Aug

Opera Project
Verdi: Un ballo in maschera
Hook, West Green House Gardens, Green Theatre: 22, 23 Jul

Dorset Opera
Rossini: Le Comte Ory
Blandford Forum, Bryanston School, Coade Theatre: 25, 27, 29m Jul

Opera Bohemia
Bizet: The Pearl Fishers
Ayr, Gaiety Theatre: 25 Jul
Strathpeffer Pavilion: 26 Jul

Dorset Opera
Gounod: Faust
Blandford Forum, Bryanston School, Coade Theatre: 26, 28, 29 Jul

Glyndebourne Festival
Mozart: La clemenza di Tito
Glyndebourne, Opera House: 26, 28m, 31m Jul, 3m, 6m, 8m, 11m, 13m, 16m, 19m, 21m, 24m, 26m Aug

Garsington Opera
Panufnik: Silver Birch

Stokenchurch, Wormsley: 28, 29, 30 Jul

Longborough Festival Opera
Gluck: Orfeo ed Euridice

Longborough, Opera House: 29, 30m Jul, 1m Aug
London, Greenwood Theatre: 4 Aug

OperaCoast
Charpentier: Louise
Eastbourne, The Birley Centre: 30 Jul

English Touring Opera
Puccini: Tosca
Tallinn, Pirita Convent: 11 Aug

British Youth Opera
Weir: The Vanishing Bridegroom
London, Peacock Theatre: 2, 6, 8 Sep
Mozart: Don Giovanni
London, Peacock Theatre: 5, 7, 9 Sep

Music Theatre Wales
Eötvös: The Golden Dragon
Cardiff, Sherman Cymru: 22 Sep
Birmingham Repertory Theatre: 3 Oct
Basingstoke, The Anvil: 12 Oct
Bangor, Pontio: 18 Oct
Snape, Maltings: 21 Oct
London, Hackney Empire: 31 Oct

Opera della Luna
Offenbach: Croquefer
Chester, Storyhouse: 22, 23 Sep
Poole, Lighthouse: 26, 27 Sep
Offenbach: L'Ile de Tulipatan
Chester, Storyhouse: 22, 23 Sep
Poole, Lighthouse: 26, 27 Sep

Mahogany Opera Group
Dominic Robertson: Mozart vs Machine
Norwich Arts Centre: 26 Sep

English Touring Opera
Handel: Giulio Cesare in Egitto
London, Hackney Empire: 4, 7 Oct
London, Hackney Empire: 5, 7 Oct
Portsmouth, New Theatre Royal: 13 Oct
Portsmouth, New Theatre Royal: 14 Oct
Norwich, Theatre Royal: 16 Oct
Norwich, Theatre Royal: 17 Oct
Buxton, Opera House: 21 Oct
Buxton, Opera House: 21m Oct
Durham, Gala Theatre: 23 Oct
Durham, Gala Theatre: 24 Oct
Saffron Walden, Saffron Hall: 28 Oct
Saffron Walden, Saffron Hall: 28m Oct
Bath, Theatre Royal: 30 Oct
Bath, Theatre Royal: 31 Oct
Exeter, Northcott Theatre: 8, 11m Nov
Exeter, Northcott Theatre: 9, 11 Nov
Keswick, Theatre by the Lake: 14 Nov
Keswick, Theatre by the Lake: 15 Nov
Rameau: Dardanus
London, Hackney Empire: 6 Oct
Oxford, Sheldonian Theatre: 12 Oct
Buxton, Opera House: 20 Oct
Saffron Walden, Saffron Hall: 27 Oct
Snape, Maltings: 3 Nov
Exeter, Northcott Theatre: 7 Nov
Bach: Mass in B Minor
Saffron Walden, Saffron Hall: 8 Oct
Rochester Cathedral: 15 Oct
Sheffield University Firth Hall: 5 Nov
Exeter, Cathedral: 10 Nov
Blackburn, Cathedral: 12 Nov
Lancaster Priory: 17 Nov
Lichfield Cathedral: 18 Nov

Glyndebourne Education
Lewis Murphy: Belongings
Glyndebourne, Opera House: 10m, 11 Nov