Kseniia Nikolaieva, Edo Frenkel, Andrés Presno, Michael Sikich, Michael Papadopoulosm Isabelle Kettle, Stephanie Wake-Edwards, Blaise Malaba, April Koyejo-Audiger, Alexandra Lowe and Egor Zhuravskii ©2021 ROH. Photograph by James Bellorini

Jukebox

58 October 2021
Linbury Theatre
Opera and music
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These two performances allow you, the audience, to curate the concert that you want to see.

Tuesday 5 October: Jukebox 1

A battle of the arias where you - the audience - choose the programme.

In the first instalment of this two-part series, singers from the Jette Parker Young Artists Programme perform excerpts from three of their favourite pieces. Then it’s up to the audience – both live and online – to vote on which arias or songs they want to hear in full on Friday 8 October.

Join us for an entertaining, interactive adventure through the world of opera, featuring showstoppers such as Rossini’s La calunnia from The Barber of Seville alongside lesser-known gems by Handel and show tunes by Rodgers & Hammerstein.

Friday 8 October: Jukebox 2

The programme for this event will be confirmed by midday on Friday 8th October, once the votes from Monday’s concert - Jukebox 1 – have been tallied.

Please note that these events are going to be filmed and broadcast live on Youtube, and available to watch publicly afterwards. Audience members may feature in some footage.

Generously supported by

Oak Foundation

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