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Welsh National Opera 9h
The third opera in our season is yet to open, but we’ve enjoyed seeing sneak peeks of the fabulous costumes and wigs
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Welsh National Opera 13h
With three very different operas to perform the season is never boring for our Chorus. Read more here:
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Welsh National Opera 18h
Did you catch the opening performance of La traviata this weekend? Let us know what you thought
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Welsh National Opera 22h
We’ve had another fantastic weekend of performances. There’s no better than that.
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Welsh National Opera Sep 23
If you want to combine some world class opera with a trip away then why not head to North Wales, and join us for a WNO Opera Break?
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Operatraveller Sep 23
Some thoughts on last night's War and Peace A spectacular showcase for the company and honourably sung:
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Sophie Hyde Sep 23
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Operatraveller Sep 22
That was a beast of a show War & Peace Massive noise from their highly committed chorus & some very impressive playing from a fine orchestra. Tomáš Hanus led a pulsating reading
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DIVA Magazine Sep 22
What's it really like working with your partner? 👭👫👭 We grill couple Jess Greaves and Katie Jones on what it's like to work on opposite sides of the stage for Welsh National Opera... 🎼
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Welsh National Opera Sep 23
– a week into our Autumn Season and we’re loving it already. Join us in Cardiff, Oxford, Llandudno, Bristol, Liverpool, Birmingham and Southampton.
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Welsh National Opera Sep 23
Did you catch Rhondda Rebel over the summer? We’ll be bringing it to Bangor between 14 & 16 October. Keep your eyes peeled for more info.
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Welsh National Opera Sep 23
The first recording ever made by Prokofiev was made at London's Abbey Road studio in June 1932. He conducted his third Piano Concerto with the London Symphony Orchestra.
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Mark Valencia 🇪🇺 Sep 22
'Tickets still available'? Well there damn well shouldn't be. Come on Wales, you are so lucky to have this epic on your doorstep.
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Welsh National Opera Sep 22
We’re all ready and set for our second performance of War and Peace tonight. Will you be catching it this Autumn?
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Welsh National Opera Sep 22
Did you know children under 16 can get £5 tickets? Why not bring them along to La Cenerentola this Autumn – for a classical spin on the tale of Cinderella.
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Welsh National Opera Sep 22
If you are joining us for War and Peace tonight why not read up on the characters in our guide to who’s who…
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Daniel Evans Sep 22
's (dir. David McVicar) is exquisite. Beautifully costumed (like looking at a Manet painting) with soaring singing. / Cynhyrchiad ysgubol gan o waith Verdi. Y canu yn ysgytwol. Y gwisgoedd yn goeth. Ewch.
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Christina Timms Sep 22
Engrossing absorbing music, wonderful voices & sumptuous scenes throughout- what a Friday treat to spend a day with - thanks & team
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Ferg Sep 21
It was wonderful diolch!
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Jojo Sep 21
Singing with the community chorus north tomorrow night at ‘Reflections’ concert. It’s the world premiere of ’s ‘Materna Requiem’-a piece that has such emotional resonance for me. It’s going to be very special evening.
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