Selfmade Music was started in 1992 by Susie Self and Michael Christie, to create and develop new music theatre. Selfmade Music grew out of The Royal Opera House “Garden Venture”. It has received project funding five times from The Arts Council for the creation of new productions of Extraordinary Women, Heroic Women, Three by Three, […]
ENCORE. Oropesa stars as the irresistible title character, the tragic beauty who yearns for the finer things in life, in Laurent Pelly’s revealing production. Michael Fabiano is the besotted Chevalier des Grieux, whose desperate love for Manon proves their undoing.
Hui He stars as the devoted geisha who gives everything for the American naval officer, sung by Andrea Carè. Plácido Domingo adds another role to his remarkable repertoire, singing Sharpless for the first time.
The gardner Sextet play the Brothers Candoli
Thursday 14 November 2019 1000 – 1300 With Nino Nanashveili Kiln Room 30 places £10 Friends and Patrons 10% applies Pay What You Can applies No other concessions Renowned musicologist and Director of the Ialoni Ensemble returns to Wells Maltings, following their magical sell out performance last September. Her workshop will offer a unique opportunity […]
Hailed as one of the most charismatic and “adventurous” quartets of the British chamber music scene (The Strad), the Villiers Quartet :- James Dickenson (violin) Tamaki Higashi (violin) Carmen Flores (viola) Nicholas Stringfellow (cello) have developed an international reputation as exceptional interpreters of English composers including Elgar, Delius, Fricker, Bush. Programme: Hubert Parry – Quartet […]
Phelim McDermott returns to the Met with a new staging of Glass’s Akhnaten, originally created by LA Opera, Improbable, and English National Opera, where it premiered, winning the 2017 Olivier Award for Best New Opera Production.
Piano Recital With a repertoire of over 100 concertos performed or recorded Martin works regularly with many of the UK’s leading orchestras, having especially close links with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Hallé, Manchester Camerata, Northern Chamber Orchestra and with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, where he […]
Martyn Joseph is a performer like no other: Shades of Springsteen, John Mayer, Bruce Cockburn and Dave Matthews there may be – but he stands in his own right, built on a reputation for giving what thousands have described as the best live music experience of their lives delivering his “songs of lyrical intelligence” according […]
Live from the Met Yannick Nezet-Seguin conducts William Kentridge’s new production of Alban Berg’s expressionistic masterpiece Wozzeck, regarded for its intense emotional power and brilliant score as one of the most significant operas of the 20th century.
Live The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess returns to the Met for the first time since 1990, in a new co-production with English National Opera and Dutch National Opera, hailed as a triumph at its premiere in London earlier this year.
Live from the Met In the Met’s first-ever performances of Agrippina, Handel’s satire of sex and power politics, Sir David McVicar reconceives a production evoking a scandalous world in which the Roman Empire never fell but simply kept going right up to the present. Joyce DiDonato stars as the power-hungry empress.
Live from the Met For the first time at the Met, Sir Bryn Terfel sings the role of the mysterious Dutchman, condemned to roam the seas for eternity, with Anja Kampe as the devoted Senta, whose love can set him free.
Live from the Met Sir David McVicar’s bold staging of Puccini’s operatic thriller returns with star soprano Anna Netrebko as the passionate title diva, opposite Brian Jagde as her lover, the idealistic painter Mario Cavaradossi
North Norfolk’s Coastal Chorale present a concert of Christmas Carols and more! Featuring local guest artists and community groups.
Christmas concert by the Fakenham Town Band. Details to be announced. Not to be Missed
Live from the Met Donizetti’s drama, focused on the political and personal rivalry between two queens, returns to the Met with Diana Damrau as the doomed Mary, Queen of Scots, and Jamie Barton as her rival, Queen Elizabeth I.