At selected IMAX cinemas watch Paris and Venice host Renée Fleming’s Cities That Sing 


Renée Fleming’s Cities That Sing – Paris © IMAX® and Stage Access

Pair of Engagements to Premiere September 18th (Paris) and  October 30th (Venice) in Select IMAX Theaters Globally 

Fleming to Participate in an Exclusive One-Night-Only Live Conversation hosted by Kelsey Grammer across IMAX LIVE Connected Network

Tickets for RENÉE FLEMING’S CITIES THAT SING – PARIS  (available for purchase August 30th) 

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Glyndebourne tours to Milton Keynes, Canterbury, Norwich and Liverpool in November

Glyndebourne’s fresh new take on La bohème leads the Glyndebourne Tour lineup this autumn

Glyndebourne’s brand new production of Puccini’s La bohème, which opened to critical acclaim at Glyndebourne Festival this summer, takes to the road this autumn as part of the Glyndebourne Tour, with performances at Glyndebourne during October and then at venues in Milton Keynes, Canterbury, Norwich and Liverpool during November. The striking new staging by Dutch director Floris Visser was widely praised for its fresh take on an opera that is familiar to many.

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Oxford Lieder returns for its 21st year in October 2022

The 21st Oxford Lieder Festival: 14 to 29 October 2022
Friendship in Song: An Intimate Art

  • Oxford Lieder, the UK’s biggest festival of song, marks its 21st year with a fortnight featuring nearly 80 events.
  • World-class singers and pianists, alongside emerging stars, take to the stage for song recitals, complemented by a wide-ranging series of illustrated study events.
  • World premieres include songs cycles by British-Chinese composer Alex Ho (Oxford Lieder’s new Associate Composer), Ian Venables and Elena Langer.
  • A range of ticket prices with several free events, tickets starting at just £3 and a choice of discounts and concessionary rates make the Festival accessible to all.

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The Journey about the refugee experience has its stage premiere at Tête à Tête: The Opera Festival 2022

A New Opera about the Refugee Experience

Marianna Suri and Jeremy Gill present The Journey

The staged premiere of The Journey, a new opera inspired by the ongoing refugee crisis, will take place on the final day of Tête à Tête: The Opera Festival 2022 on 11 September. The Journey was composed for the Citizens of the World Choir, an amateur choir of refugees and asylum seekers that hail from all over the world, current Jette Parker Young Artist Chuma Sijeqa, and soprano Marianna Suri.

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Semyon Bychkov conducts the Royal Academy Symphony Orchestra in a well-received Mahler 3

United KingdomUnited Kingdom Mahler: Stephanie Wake-Edwards (mezzo-soprano), Tiffin Boys’ Choir, Royal Academy of Music Chorus and Symphony Orchestra / Semyon Bychkov (conductor). Royal Festival Hall, London, 23.6.2022. (CK)

Semyon Bychkov conducts Stephanie Wake-Edwards (mezzo-soprano) and the RAM Symphony Orchestra © Frances Marshall

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