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Welsh National Opera 14h
‘I pretty much sing the arias every day for at least a month.’ We spoke to about preparing for the iconic role of Queen of the Night in The Magic Flute
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Welsh National Opera 16h
The ideal musical treat for the young and young at heart. We are delighted to return with a brand new Family Concert. Join us on 30 June and on 14 July
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Welsh National Opera 17h
Tomorrow night is your last chance to see our new production of Verdi’s Un ballo in maschera – the second part of our Verdi trilogy. For best availability, contact the venue direct on 01492 872000
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The Opera Awards Mar 21
3 sopranos, 2 tenors, 1 mezzo, 1 countertenor: who will be Young Singer of the Year at ? , , , , Siyabonga Maqungo, Amanda Woodbury & are all in the running...winner announced April 29.
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Welsh National Opera 19h
The shortlist for Welsh National Opera’s latest Design Challenge has been announced
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Welsh National Opera 20h
Congratulations to on making top 50 creative companies in Wales
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Welsh National Opera 21h
The sensational takes over our Instagram () on Friday. If you have any burning questions about Roberto Devereux or life as a singer, send them our way and include the hashtag
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Welsh National Opera Apr 22
Monostatos took time out of rehearsal today to commemorate the anniversary of Tchaikovsky completing Swan Lake...
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Welsh National Opera Apr 22
Join us and look behind the stories of our classic and contemporary performances in the FREEDOM Season
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Welsh National Opera Apr 22
Would you love to get a closer insight into our Company in action? Become a WNO Friend today and you’ll receive a copy of our latest ‘O Magazine’, giving you a peak behind the curtains of our Spring Season productions
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Welsh National Opera Apr 22
Coming to a venue near you this summer. Director , musical director Stephen Higgins and designer Loren Elstein have ripped up the rule book and adapted the design, narrative and libretto to bring Donizetti’s Don Pasquale bang up to date
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Welsh National Opera Apr 22
To the North! This week we are taking our ★★★★★ Season of operas, including Un ballo in maschera, The Magic Flute and Roberto Devereux to
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Welsh National Opera Apr 21
There’s no shortage of dysfunctional families in opera and Mozart's The Magic Flute is no different
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Welsh National Opera Apr 21
Released in 1996, Sir Karl Jenkins’ ever popular Palladio, which was inspired by Italian architect Andrea Palladio who developed a theory of mathematical harmony, will be performed by WNO Orchestra on 27 July
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Welsh National Opera Apr 21
Our Autumn 2019 Season is jam-packed with a feisty new production and the return of two critically acclaimed WNO productions
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Welsh National Opera Apr 20
If you’re heading out tonight, here’s hoping you find your Roberto Devereux…
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Welsh National Opera Apr 20
WNO’s FREEDOM Season opens on 7 June. Tickets for Dead Man Walking, The Consul, The Prisoner | Fidelio (Act II) and Brundibár are on sale now:
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Welsh National Opera Apr 20
Unrequited love and forbidden happiness forces Queen Elizabeth I to lay bare the conflict between her public duties as ruler of England and her private feelings as a woman in Roberto Devereux
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Welsh National Opera Apr 20
Renowned baritone Andrew Shore returns to WNO this summer to take on the title role in our riotous new production of Don Pasquale
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Welsh National Opera Apr 19
Leaving the office on a Friday like…
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