Triple bill: Dido & Aeneas/ Jonas/ I Will Not Speak

Triple bill: Dido & Aeneas/ Jonas/ I Will Not Speak

Purcell/Carissimi/Gesualdo - Autumn Season

Oct 12 Hackney Empire Book Tickets Online
Oct 22 Gala Theatre, Durham
Oct 26 Saffron Hall, Saffron Walden Book Tickets Online
Nov 3 Snape Maltings Concert Hall Book Tickets Online
Nov 7 Coronation Hall, Ulverston
Nov 10 Buxton Opera House Book Tickets Online
Nov 13 Theatre Royal Bath
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  1. ETO’s music director Michael Rosewell to step down from his position

    24th May 2018

    English Touring Opera's distinguished Music Director, Michael Rosewell, has announced that he will be stepping down from his position as Music Director for ETO at the end of 2018. Rosewell has worked with English...Read more

  2. New Data Protection Policy

    18th December 2017

    KNOW YOUR RIGHTS: DATA PROTECTION LAWS ARE CHANGING You may be aware that new regulations will shortly be coming into force about how organisations collect and use personal data. At English Touring Opera we process p...Read more

  3. ETO shortlisted for international opera award for young audiences

    31st August 2017

    Different, our opera for audiences with special educational needs, has been nominated in the category Best Opera for a prestigious YamAward. The awards are sponsored by Reseo, the European network for education, par...Read more

  4. 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

From the Blog

  1. The Man with Many Talents: Who was Pierre Beaumarchais?

    8th June 2018

    Remembered today as a French polymath, Pierre Beaumarchais’ talents seemed to be never-ending. His knowledge spanned between inventing, publishing, being a musician, a playwright and much more. So what is the le...Read more

  2. In Conversation: Catherine Carby

    1st June 2018

    One of the stars of English Touring Opera's Rossini: Fireworks! is Australian mezzo-soprano Catherine Carby. Here she talks to Re:hearsal Magazine about Rossini, self-love and music preparation.Read more

  3. The 7 Baritones: 7 Decades of Gianni Schicchi Recordings

    25th May 2018

    Giacomo Puccini’s comic opera Gianni Schicchi, although collectively within Il trittico, is now the most performed of the trio. It was first performed within the trio of one-act operas in 1918, at the Metropolit...Read more

  4. The Neapolitan Nine: Rossini's Serious Operas

    11th May 2018

    Although Gioachino Rossini is one of the most performed opera composers, it’s only in recent years his more virtuosic and dramatic operas (otherwise known as opera seria) have moved to a higher rotation on our s...Read more

Your latest comments

  1. Saw Rosssini Fireworks and Marriage of Figaro in Cheltenham – both thoroughly enjoyed, especially extremely witty liberetto for Figaro. Now looking forward to Elizabetta next year. You go from strength to strength. Thank you for giving me so much …

    Said Elizabeth Mayne
    about The Marriage of Figaro

  2. Four of as saw this at The Lighthouse on Friday and loved the performance – well done to all!

    Said Sue LE PREVOST
    about The Marriage of Figaro

  3. I saw Gianni Schicchi last night at the Poole Lighthouse. It was the second time I have seen this ETO production. It was nothing short of brilliant. The wacky makeup, vibrant costumes, pantomime-ish acting, plus of course great singing make this for …

    Said Mary Chamberlain
    about Il tabarro & Gianni Schicchi

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