For 2021, we are excited to welcome back Olivier-nominated opera, choral and orchestral conductor, James Henshaw, to lead a four-day course that delves into the world of conducting opera
Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama appoints first International Chair of Opera representing Asia
Xu Zhong, Maestro, conductor, opera producer and educator, has joined the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama (RWCMD) as its inaugural International Chair in Opera
The Royal Opera House Covent Garden has announced its first live concerts since the venue's closure on 17 March as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic
Welsh National Opera's 'Play Opera' introduces children aged 3-8 to the world of opera and its music
The composer Susannah Self advocates for 'an alternative operatic paradigm in which female characters are defined by their actions rather than their gendered identity'. Here, she explains how this approach informed the process of her…
English National Opera (ENO) has announced the appointment of Jenny Mollica as Director of Baylis, ENO’s learning and participation department. She will join ENO in the summer.
English National Opera (ENO) has announced the next phase of a strategy aimed at making the opera industry 'more accessible and representative of the society in which we live'.
Irish National Opera, the Royal Irish Academy of Music and the Goethe-Institut have announced a new German language course designed specifically for aspiring opera singers and musicians.
Welsh National Opera has announced the appointment of Tianyi Lu as the company's first Female Conductor in Residence. This follows an open call for aspiring conductors to apply for the post and an audition process with WNO Orchestra earlier…
Music and Politics; Baroque, Folk and Creative Writing Week 2 dazzles with politics, alongside folk music, Shakespeare and Ovid. Laurence Cummings directs the Dartington Choir in Handel's Saul, a wildly exciting oratorio with witches, bad…