Date: 11th June - 8th July
Written around the same time as Tosca, ravishing music tells a tale of bitter heart-break, hypocrisy and a treacherous love triangle that tears through the delicate fabric of village life. A fatal decision is made and it cannot be undone.
Generously supported by Simon & Meg Freakley
Date: 29th June - 15th July
Bathed in Wagner’s most tender music, it is love at first sight for Siegmund and Sieglinde. As the earthly world collides with the realm of the Gods, loyalties are stretched and tested in this epic and all-consuming fairy-tale.
Supported by a syndicate led by David & Amanda Leathers, with Sir Win & Lady Bischoff
Date: 8th June - 2nd July
Rome, 1800. Opera singer Tosca has two ardent admirers: painter Cavaradossi (Joseph Calleja) and the Chief of Police – who wants the painter dead and Tosca in his bed. Puccini at his most passionate.
Sponsored by ICAP plc
Bryn & Zen
Bryn Terfel sings
Zenaida Yanowsky dances
Date: 16th June
The icing on the cake is an evening with two superstars: Zenaida Yanowsky, Principal Artist with the Royal Ballet, and our patron, recently-knighted Bryn Terfel – who kindly said that he found singing with Grange Park Opera ‘life-affirming’.
Supported by James & Béatrice Lupton