The Royal Family

Opera Prelude: ‘Behind the Throne’

A Domestic History of the Royal Household

Tuesday 21 January 2020, 10:30

Venue: Caversham Room

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Performers

Adrian Tinniswood OBE writer and historian
Xavier Hetherington tenor
Natalie Burch piano

Both the British public and composers have always been intrigued by the royal family. Hear writer and historian Adrian Tinniswood talk about this alongside music that celebrates our country’s royal heritage.

Duration: 2 hours

Ticket Information

£30

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Opera Prelude: Masterclass with Susan Bullock CBE

Tuesday 25 February 2020, 10:30

Susan Bullock CBE coaches three of our talented Young Artists in an inspiring morning with one of opera’s most renowned sopranos. With Opera Prelude Young Artists.

Opera Prelude: ‘Is Nothing Sacred Anymore?’

Exploring sacred works by opera’s most famous composers

Tuesday 3 March 2020, 10:30

Part 1: The Baroque Period. An interesting look at how sacred texts have inspired operatic composers and how the formulas of opera adapted to church works. With Ricardo Panela (baritone) and Natalie Burch (piano).

Opera Prelude: Masterclass with Della Jones

The 2020 Opera Prelude Prize

Tuesday 10 March 2020, 10:30

Now in its seventh year, the Opera Prelude Singers’ Prize offers one of our young singers private masterclasses with Della Jones, one of Great Britain’s leading mezzo-sopranos. With Della Jones (mezzo-soprano) and Opera Prelude Young Artists.

Opera Prelude: An Insight into Wartime Composers

Tuesday 17 March 2020, 10:30

‘Our will to create was equal to our will to live’ – so wrote the composer Viktor Ullmann in Terezín concentration camp, where he was interred with many other composers and artists. Explore this musical treasure trove and the power of the huma...

Opera Prelude: Masterclass with Natalya Romaniw

with soprano Mimi Doulton

Tuesday 24 March 2020, 10:30

Welsh soprano Natalya Romaniw is one of Europe’s most promising young stars, known for her ‘big toned, generous,  gut-wrenching performances’ (Sunday Times). With Mimi Doulton (soprano) and Natalie Burch (piano).

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