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May
17
Thu
English Touring Opera: The Marriage of Fiagaro @ Perth Concert Hall
May 17 all-day
English Touring Opera: The Marriage of Fiagaro @ Perth Concert Hall | Scotland | United Kingdom

English Touring Opera presents an energetic new production of one of the world’s most beloved operas, Mozart’s classic comedy The Marriage of Figaro. During the course of one eventful day, Figaro and Susanna must overcome every obstacle put in their way by Count Almaviva and his cronies before they can finally be united as man and wife. Blanche McIntyre (Tosca, 2017) returns to direct this most warm-hearted of operas, equally acclaimed for its sublime music and huge sense of fun.
Featuring a first-class BAME cast, including Ross Ramgobin (Patience) as Figaro, Rachel Redmond as Susanna and Nadine Benjamin as the Countess, this promises to be a production like no other.
Sung in English

Perth Festival of The Arts – The Marriage of Figaro @ Perth Concert Hall
May 17 @ 10:11 am

Tickets on sale 10am Monday 26th March 2018. Friends book 10am Monday 19th March. Only £10 to join.

English Touring Opera presents an energetic new production of one of the world’s most beloved operas, Mozart’s classic comedy The Marriage of Figaro. During the course of one eventful day, Figaro and Susanna must overcome every obstacle put in their way by Count Almaviva and his cronies before they can finally be united as man and wife. Blanche McIntyre (Tosca, 2017) returns to direct this most warm-hearted of operas, equally acclaimed for its sublime music and huge sense of fun.
Featuring a first-class BAME cast, including Ross Ramgobin (Patience) as Figaro, Rachel Redmond as Susanna and Nadine Benjamin as the Countess, this promises to be a production like no other.
Sung in English

May
18
Fri
Perth Festival of The Arts – Rossini’s Greatest Arias @ Perth Theatre
May 18 @ 7:30 pm

Tickets on sale 10am Monday 26th March 2018. Friends book 10am Monday 19th March. Only £10 to join.

English Touring Opera

A thrilling concert of highlights from Rossini’s greatest operas – his serious ones! These were the operas of which Rossini was most proud, and which contain his most brilliant writing for orchestra, and his most challenging vocal fireworks. John Andrews will conduct the full ETO orchestra in exciting scenes from Rossini’s Otello (including his melting ‘Willow Song’), La donna del lago (a Walter Scott feast), Maometto II (the most testing of them all), Elisabetta (the story of Queen Elizabeth I of England) and Ermione.

“I have a great admiration for Rossini. For me, he occupies an essential place in the history of music. His freedom, his life and his genius have always impressed me. He took opera out of its yoke by offering a new freedom to the voice: he completely reinvented lyrical singing. From Barbiere to Il viaggio a Reims through Cenerentola, he created an irresistible style – but I am also sensitive to his serious operas, such as Moses or Maometto II, which are given so rarely.”
— EMMANUEL MACRON

Sung in Italian

May
25
Fri
Perth Festival of The Arts – Scottish Opera Trailer @ VARIOUS
May 25 – May 26 all-day

Friday 25th May
Perth Concert Hall, 12:00
Free Event

Tickets on sale 10am Monday 26th March 2018. Friends book 10am Monday 19th March. Only £10 to join.

The Scottish Opera Trailer rolls back into town on Friday 25th and Saturday 26th May to give free shows throughout the day. Earlier in the week local Primary Schools children will be able to get a taste of opera. More details to follow.
Tickets are free but you need to book in advance.

12.00 A Little Bit of H.M.S. Pinafore
14.00 A Little Bit of Eugene Onegin
15.30 A Little Bit of Eugene Onegin

Perth Festival of The Arts – An Evening with Donald Maxwell @ Perth Theatre
May 25 @ 7:30 pm
Perth Festival of The Arts - An Evening with Donald Maxwell @ Perth Theatre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Donald Maxwell, who is from Perth, is an operatic baritone, director and teacher. He has sung with all of the leading British opera companies, as well as La Scala, Milan, Metropolitan Opera, Paris Opéra, Vienna Staatsoper, Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires and Théâtre Musical de Paris, among others. He has also sung on the concert stage, in performances broadcast on radio and television, and on recordings.

May
26
Sat
Perth Festival of The Arts – Scottish Opera Roadshow @ Perth Concert Hall
May 26 @ 12:00 pm

Tickets on sale 10am Monday 26th March 2018. Friends book 10am Monday 19th March. Only £10 to join.

The Scottish Opera Trailer rolls back into town on Friday 25th and Saturday 26th May to give free shows throughout the day. Earlier in the week local Primary Schools children will be able to get a taste of opera.
More details to follow. Tickets are free but you need to book in advance.

12.00 A Little Bit of Eugene Onegin
14.00 A Little Bit of H.M.S. Pinafore
15.30 A Little Bit of H.M.S. Pinafore