The Hallé’s intriguing juxtapositions of Beethoven and Sibelius in Cardiff

United KingdomUnited Kingdom Sibelius, Beethoven, Tarrodi: Hyeyoon Park (violin), Sheku Kanneh-Mason (cello), Benjamin Grosvenor (piano), Hallé Orchestra / Dalia Stasevska (conductor). St David’s Hall, Cardiff, 20.5.2023. (PCG)

Sheku Kanneh-Mason (cello), Hyeyoon Park (violin), and Benjamin Grosvenor (piano) © Bill Lam

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Regents Opera’s London performances of Die Walküre this May

Regents Opera presents a bold re-imagining of Die Walküre, the second instalment in Wagner’s epic Ring cycle

Die Walküre stars Catharine Woodward as Brünnhilde, Keel Watson as Wotan and Brian Smith Walters as Siegmund

The action returns to The Grand Temple, Freemasons’ Hall, Covent Garden, May 2023 – Sunday 21st, Tuesday 23rd, Saturday 27th


This ground-breaking adaptation is performed in the round and specially arranged for a 21-piece orchestra, conducted by Ben Woodward

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English National Ballet’s Cinderella in-the-round returns to the Royal Albert Hall in June 2023

English National Ballet’s Cinderella in-the-round at Royal Albert Hall Thursday from 15 – Sunday 25 June 2023

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English National Ballet returns to Royal Albert Hall from 15 – 25 June 2023 to present Cinderella in-the-round by award winning choreographer Christopher Wheeldon.

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June 2023: Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts The Met Orchestra in Paris, London, and Baden-Baden

The Met Orchestra to embark on international tour in June 2023, its first in more than 20 years

Met Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin to lead orchestra with stops in Paris, London, and Baden-Baden

Concerts to feature Met stars Angel Blue, Joyce DiDonato, and Russell Thomas

Works include Act IV of Verdi’s Otello, selections from Berlioz’s Les Troyens, and music by Bernstein, Matthew Aucoin, and Tchaikovsky

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Bampton Classical Opera in 2023


SUMMER PRODUCTION – UK première Antonio Salieri’s ‘At the Venice Fair’ (La fiera di Venezia) (1772)
The Deanery Garden, Bampton, Oxfordshire: 21, 22 July; Westonbirt School, Gloucestershire: 28 August; St John’s Smith Square, London: 13 September

Exhibition of costumes, props and artefacts celebrating 30 years of Bampton Classical Opera: Bampton Community Archive, Old Grammar School, Church View, Bampton OX18 2NE – 13 June-6 August, every day 10-4pm, admission free, with accompanying book for sale written by Jeremy Gray.

F J Haydn double-bill ‘The Diva’/’The Apothecary’ – 15 June, 6.30pm
The Northern Aldborough Festival 2023: St. Andrew’s Church, Aldborough, YO51 9ER

F J Haydn’s ‘The Apothecary’ – 9 September.
The Barn at Old Walland, Wadhurst, East Sussex TN5 6LU

Bampton Classical Opera Young Singers’ Competition 2023
Public Final 25th November: The Leonard Wolfson Auditorium, Wolfson College, Oxford, OX2 6UD

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The Royal Opera House in 2023-2024

Public booking opens for The Royal Opera House’s 2023/24 season opens on Wednesday 2 August

Further information is available by clicking here

The Royal Opera House 2023/24 Season is a bold programme of thrilling new work, UK premieres and much-loved revivals, alongside the biggest national learning programme in our history, exciting new regional partnerships, and a host of daytime events, behind the scenes tours, exhibitions and artistic Insights at our home in the heart of Covent Garden.  

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Nicola Benedetti’s announces her first Edinburgh International Festival programme

Festival Director Nicola Benedetti launches the 2023 Edinburgh International Festival – 4-27 AUGUST 2023

Festival Director Nicola Benedetti launches the 2023 Edinburgh International Festival © Mihaela Bodlovic

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General booking for the 2023 International Festival opens on Wednesday 3 May, with tickets currently on-sale to Members and supporters.

New Festival Director Nicola Benedetti’s first Edinburgh International Festival programme is revealed.

Benedetti sets out a vision for the 2023 Festival to deliver the deepest possible experience, with the highest quality performances, to the broadest possible audience.

Following the Festival’s 75th anniversary, under the direction of a new Festival Director, this year’s programme is themed around the question ‘where do we go from here?’.

Comprising 295 separate events from 4-27 August, Edinburgh International Festival 2023 features work from over 2000 local and international artists from across 48 nations.

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