When to see it
Monday 4 May 2015, 7.30pm | Main Stage
Not on sale
- Conducted by Antonio Pappano
The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, founded in 1946, is famed around the world for its interpretations of opera and ballet. Now the Orchestra is placed centre stage in a series of annual concert performances that celebrate the Orchestra and its work with Music Director Antonio Pappano.
For this first concert the Orchestra plays a rich and varied programme of concert repertory. They are joined by acclaimed soprano Anna Caterina Antonacci in Ernest Chausson's exquisite song cycle Poème de l'amour et de la mer.
News and features
11 September 2014
The Music Director of The Royal Opera on what he's most excited about over the coming Season, juggling two high-profile jobs, and why the arts are vital.