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15–21 July 2013

  • Lunchtime Recitals: Ellipsis... Programme to include Platti Trio Sonata in G, Dring Trio and works by Fauré and Howells..

    Monday 15 July 2013, 1pm | Crush Room

    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.

  • Tosca

    Monday 15 July 2013, 7.30pm | Main Stage

    Drama, passion and fabulous music – Tosca is one of the great evenings of opera. Jonathan Kent’s production is set against the turbulent backdrop of Rome in 1800.

  • Simon Boccanegra

    Tuesday 16 July 2013, 7.30pm | Main Stage

    Elijah Moshinsky depicts the rise and tragic fall of Simon Boccanegra in a powerful production.

  • La rondine

    Wednesday 17 July 2013, 7.30pm | Main Stage

    Glamorous 1920s Paris provides the backdrop for exquisite melodies in Nicolas Joël’s production of Puccini's tender opera.

  • Tosca

    Thursday 18 July 2013, 7.30pm | Main Stage

    Drama, passion and fabulous music – Tosca is one of the great evenings of opera. Jonathan Kent’s production is set against the turbulent backdrop of Rome in 1800.

  • Capriccio in Concert

    Friday 19 July 2013, 7.30pm | Main Stage

    Strauss’s last, exquisite opera shows his brilliant ability to compose for the soprano voice.

  • Tosca

    Saturday 20 July 2013, 12.30pm | Main Stage

    Drama, passion and fabulous music – Tosca is one of the great evenings of opera. Jonathan Kent’s production is set against the turbulent backdrop of Rome in 1800.

  • La rondine

    Saturday 20 July 2013, 7.30pm | Main Stage

    Glamorous 1920s Paris provides the backdrop for exquisite melodies in Nicolas Joël’s production of Puccini's tender opera.

  • La rondine

    Sunday 21 July 2013, 1pm | Main Stage

    Glamorous 1920s Paris provides the backdrop for exquisite melodies in Nicolas Joël’s production of Puccini's tender opera.

  • Capriccio in Concert

    Sunday 21 July 2013, 7.30pm | Main Stage

    Strauss’s last, exquisite opera shows his brilliant ability to compose for the soprano voice.