Upcoming Events

Tosca, Cavaradossi ETO

Venue: 

Hackney Empire, London

Date: 

Saturday, 4 March, 2017

Puccini’s visceral depiction of love and power in the midst of political terror, is directed by award-winning Blanch McIntyre, new to opera but fresh from some revelatory work in the theatre.

Tosca

Venue: 

Hackney Empire

Date: 

Thursday, 9 March, 2017

Puccini’s visceral depiction of love and power in the midst of political terror, is directed by award-winning Blanch McIntyre, new to opera but fresh from some revelatory work in the theatre.

Tosca

Venue: 

Sheffield

Date: 

Tuesday, 21 March, 2017

Puccini’s visceral depiction of love and power in the midst of political terror, is directed by award-winning Blanch McIntyre, new to opera but fresh from some revelatory work in the theatre.

Tosca

Venue: 

Bromley

Date: 

Saturday, 25 March, 2017

Puccini’s visceral depiction of love and power in the midst of political terror, is directed by award-winning Blanch McIntyre, new to opera but fresh from some revelatory work in the theatre.

Tosca

Venue: 

Snape

Date: 

Thursday, 30 March, 2017

Puccini’s visceral depiction of love and power in the midst of political terror, is directed by award-winning Blanch McIntyre, new to opera but fresh from some revelatory work in the theatre.

Tosca

Venue: 

Leicester

Date: 

Thursday, 13 April, 2017

Puccini’s visceral depiction of love and power in the midst of political terror, is directed by award-winning Blanch McIntyre, new to opera but fresh from some revelatory work in the theatre.

Tosca

Venue: 

Cheltenham

Date: 

Saturday, 22 April, 2017

Puccini’s visceral depiction of love and power in the midst of political terror, is directed by award-winning Blanch McIntyre, new to opera but fresh from some revelatory work in the theatre.

Tosca

Venue: 

Cambridge

Date: 

Tuesday, 25 April, 2017

Puccini’s visceral depiction of love and power in the midst of political terror, is directed by award-winning Blanch McIntyre, new to opera but fresh from some revelatory work in the theatre.

Tosca

Venue: 

Cambridge

Date: 

Saturday, 29 April, 2017

Puccini’s visceral depiction of love and power in the midst of political terror, is directed by award-winning Blanch McIntyre, new to opera but fresh from some revelatory work in the theatre.

Tosca

Venue: 

Exeter

Date: 

Tuesday, 23 May, 2017

Puccini’s visceral depiction of love and power in the midst of political terror, is directed by award-winning Blanch McIntyre, new to opera but fresh from some revelatory work in the theatre.

Elijah

Venue: 

Truro Cathedral

Date: 

Saturday, 24 June, 2017

This piece was composed in the spirit of Mendelssohn's Baroque predecessors Bach and Handel, whose music he loved.

A Night at the Opera

Venue: 

Cadogan Hall, London

Date: 

Thursday, 13 July, 2017

A wide-ranging selection of overtures, arias, choruses and longer sequences from German, French, Italian and English operas, including Mozart’s The Magic Flute, Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress, Ve

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