Giacomo Puccini - Spring Season

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  1. International Opera Award Nomination

    3rd March 2016

    English Touring Opera is honoured to have been nominated for two International Opera Awards in two categories: Accessibility and Rediscovered Work for its Spring 2015 production of Donizetti’s The Wild Man of the ...Read more

  2. Help Laika fly again with the Big Give

    27th November 2015

    ETO is thrilled to have been chosen to participate again in the Big Give Christmas Challenge on Friday 4 and Saturday 5 December 2015. This year we’re aiming to raise £10,000 in order to revive our award winning ...Read more

  3. Under 30? Help ETO build the audience for live opera - and get a free ticket!

    2nd November 2015

    ETO is undertaking research with the Guildhall School of Music & Drama looking at how additional materials can enhance audience experience of opera.Read more

  4. ETO wins £25K Creativeworks London award

    1st July 2015

    ETO has won a £25,000 award from Creativeworks London to explore how audiences experience and engage with live opera Read more

From the Blog

  1. Why Teens Should Give Opera a Go

    8th July 2016

    Why is it that few teenagers are interested in opera? As a16 year old who has been lucky enough to grow up in an opera-loving household,I often regret that so many of my friends reject this all-embracing art formwitho...Read more

  2. Pia Unpacked

    4th January 2016

    John Andrews, conductor of Pia de’ Tolomei, picks his favourite extracts from Donizetti’s rarely performed opera. Mi volesti sventurato (Ghino cabaletta) Bel canto singing at its best brought phenomenal e...Read more

  3. Behind the Scenes #LoveTheatreDay

    18th November 2015

    #Lovetheatreday is a celebration of all things stage. For a production to take place, many bees are working behind the scenes to ensure we reach as many people as possible, with the best possible work. Here are some o...Read more

  4. Arranging Werther for piano trio and clarinet

    24th September 2015

    In the post-war years of austerity, Benjamin Britten was at the forefront of a new type of opera, the “chamber” opera. Although principally focussed on new works, this pioneering venture aimed to widen t...Read more

Your latest comments

  1. Front row seats at the Everyman Cheltenham last night. Saw Tosca. Absolutely brilliant production. Paula Sides as the protagonist was exceptional and had us at the edge of our seats, precariously close to falling into the orchestra pit! She has a ver…

    Said Alex
    about Tosca

  2. Most enjoyable G & S performance I’ve seen in 50 years. It caught the Gilbertian mood exactly and was staged and sung with a cheerful perfection. Special praise to Bunthorne who brought depth and pathos as well as wit to the part – also to the conduc…

    Said Brian Joplin
    about Patience

  3. Enjoyed the performance on Thurs 20 April. Good acting and singing. I think you should look at adding Gilbert and Sullivan to your roster for good.

    Said Rob Morgan
    about Patience

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