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    Born of a passion that opera can speak directly

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    Bringing local people into the life and work of the company

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    Opera for a 21st century city and all its many peoples

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    World class professional productions in unusual spaces

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    Opera for a 21st century city and all its many peoples

KHOVANSKYGATE in Guardian Top 10 of 2014

Our production, KHOVANSKYGATE: A National Enquiry, was listed second in The Guardian's 10 best classical music live events of 2014.

They described it as "an experience that no one who was there will ever forget."

You can read the full article and see the other events that made the list by clicking here.

Max Hoehn Awarded Independent Opera Director Fellowship

Max Hoehn, who translated KHOVANKSYGATE: A National Enquiry and was Assistant Director for the production, has been awarded the 2014 Independent Opera Director Fellowship.

The award includes production costs and a director's stipend, allowing Max to stage Biedermann und die Brandstifter at Sadler's Wells in 2015. 

You can read more about the prize and Max's work here: http://www.planethugill.com/2014/12/max-hoehn-awarded-2015-independent.html

Where are they now? 1. Luntu

We're creating a new series of interviews, titled "Where are they now?", catching up with some of our former volunteers to find out how their lives have changed since getting involved with the company.

Check out the first in the new series with actor/film maker, Luntu Masiza.

 

 

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