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14–20 January 2013

  • Lunchtime Recitals: Lunchtime recital: Programme to comprise Mahler’s Symphony no. 4, chamber version.

    Monday 14 January 2013, 1pm | Linbury Studio Theatre

    The regular free lunchtime recitals feature the rising stars of the Jette Parker Young Artists Programme, members of the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House and The Royal Opera Chorus and Southbank Sinfonia.

  • The Minotaur: Friends of Covent Garden - Rehearsals: The Minotaur

    Monday 14 January 2013, 7pm | Main Stage

    Harrison Birtwistle's reworking of an ancient myth had its premiere at the Royal Opera House in 2008. The opera's dark beauty shows one of our leading composers at the height of his powers.

  • Eugene Onegin: Insights: Eugene Onegin

    Monday 14 January 2013, 7.30pm | Linbury Studio Theatre

    Director of The Royal Opera Kasper Holten makes his directorial debut at Covent Garden with a new production of Tchaikovsky’s poignant opera.

  • The Nutcracker

    Tuesday 15 January 2013, 7.30pm | Main Stage

    A young girl's enchanted present leads her on a wonderful adventure in this classic ballet, accompanied by Tchaikovsky's glittering score.

  • The Nutcracker

    Wednesday 16 January 2013, 7.30pm | Main Stage

    A young girl's enchanted present leads her on a wonderful adventure in this classic ballet, accompanied by Tchaikovsky's glittering score.

  • The Minotaur

    Thursday 17 January 2013, 7.30pm | Main Stage

    Harrison Birtwistle's reworking of an ancient myth had its premiere at the Royal Opera House in 2008. The opera's dark beauty shows one of our leading composers at the height of his powers.

  • Tea Dance: Tea Dance BP2

    Friday 18 January 2013, 1pm | Paul Hamlyn Hall

    Our Tea Dances take place throughout the season in the Paul Hamlyn Hall and give you the opportunity to waltz, tango, cha cha cha and quickstep to the Royal Opera House Dance Band.

  • La bohème

    Friday 18 January 2013, 7.30pm | Main Stage

    A lost key and an accidental touch of cold hands in the dark – so begins one of the great romances of all opera. John Copley's production brings 19th-century Paris to the stage in vivid detail.

  • Friends Rehearsals: Friends of Covent Garden - Rehearsals: Onegin

    Saturday 19 January 2013, 12.30pm | Main Stage

    Friends of Covent Garden have the opportunity to purchase tickets to open rehearsals.

  • Onegin

    Saturday 19 January 2013, 7pm | Main Stage

    John Cranko’s adaptation of Pushkin’s verse-novel, set to music by Tchaikovsky, trembles with emotional charge.