Garsington Opera’s highly enjoyable Le Comte Ory has an energetic, risqué sense of fun

United KingdomUnited Kingdom Garsington Opera 2021 [1] – Rossini, Le Comte Ory: Soloists, Garsington Opera Chorus and Philharmonia Orchestra / Valentina Peleggi (conductor). Garsington Opera at Wormsley, 17.7.2021. (CR)

Garsington Opera’s Le Comte Ory (c) Alice Pennefather

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Garsington Opera has announced its 2021 season


Der Rosenkavalier opens the season on 2 June and we welcome back Miah Persson, who triumphed in Strauss’s Capriccio in 2018, as the Marschallin, Hanna Hipp (Fantasio 2019) as Octavian and Soraya Mafi (Falstaff 2018) as Sophie. American bass-baritone makes his Garsington Opera debut as Baron Ochs and British mezzo-soprano Kitty Whately as Annina. Richard Burkhard (Fidelio 2020) is Faninal. Jordan de Souza also makes his debut conducting the Philharmonia Orchestra. Director Bruno Ravella (Falstaff 2018) is joined by designer Gary McCann and lighting designer Malcolm Rippeth for this new co-production with Irish National Opera.

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Garsington Opera show how the themes in Fidelio resonate in 2020 now our freedoms are severely restricted

United KingdomUnited Kingdom Garsington Opera’s Fidelio: Soloists, Garsington Opera Chorus, Members of the Phiharmonia / Douglas Boyd (conductor). September 2020 performance filmed (directed by Sonia Lovett) in the Garsington Opera Pavilion, Wormsley, and reviewed when streamed on OperaVision, 23.10.2020. (JPr)

Garsington Opera’s Fidelio on OperaVision

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Garsington’s Admirable Elucidation of Psychologically and Emotionally Dark The Turn of the Screw

United KingdomUnited Kingdom Garsington Opera 2019 [3] – Britten, The Turn of Screw: Soloists, Garsington Opera Orchestra / Richard Farnes (conductor). Garsington Opera at Wormsley, 7.7.2018. (CR)

Leo Jemison (Miles) Elen Willmer (Flora) Ed Lyon (Peter Quint) & Katherine Broderick (Miss Jessel)<br/>(c) Johan Persson

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