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Garsington Opera

Towards the end of a strong season, Garsington unveils a new opera – other than community works the first at this venue. It’s the fourth...

Bruno Ravella’s staging of Verdi’s final opera Falstaff -- based on The Merry Wives of Windsor -- is set around the time of the...

Garsington has a long track record with Richard Strauss, and in their 30th season, they return to his operatic will and testament, Capriccio. He described...

Mozart’s Magic Flute is many things: a pantomime, a philosophical drama, a lowbrow comedy, a spiritual quest, a fairy-tale. Reconciling all of these into...

Opera may have a reputation in the UK for being ‘toffee-nosed and corporate’ but the genre is blossoming across the country. Steph Power discovers...

Garsington’s final offering this season is the festival’s second community opera – a work specially written for a combination of professional and amateur forces,...

Martin Duncan’s 2011 production of Rossini’s frothy and at times acerbic comedy makes its first return at Garsington. It’s an evening that delivers on many...

Garsington Opera’s Le Nozze di Figaro is a glorious indulgence for the eye and ear. From the first scene to the last, this new...

Garsington’s new production of Handel’s Semele, directed by Annilese Miskimmon (soon to join Oslo National Opera as Artistic Director), is something of a triumph. There’s...
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