Operatic Adventures

Our marvellous tenor, Charlie, and the thrilling Flamenco dancer, Lucía Álvarez -

'La Pinona' - sing and dance 'Granada' with Lesley-Anne Sammons accompanying and Francisco Vinuesa playing the guitar.

The ending may surprise you!!

Hansel and Gretel by Humperdinck

A short film made during our first performances

by Dax Debice. 

‘ … the most glorious memories of an enchanted evening, the sun dappling over the singers and audience as we watched in appreciation by the pond, in the orchard, garden and paddock and most of all of the wonderful way in which the company presented Hansel and Gretel so beautifully, with such flair and, of course, the most beautiful singing’             Alistair Burtenshaw, Director of Charleston

The Magic Flute 
(and La Traviata scenes)

 

Well what can I say “what a resounding success”... Pippa, I cannot thank you personally enough for the ‘Operatic Adventure’ you have taken me, the audience and the building on... For my part the ultimate reward is having my audience leave a venue totally thrilled with the experience that they have just had.  The immediate feedback over both nights was unequivocally positive, so “Huzzah” to all involved! Charlotte Desjarlais, Events Manager, The Royal Pavilion

A film made during a dress rehearsal at The Royal Pavilion by John O'Connor.

'Vilia's Song' - from 'Merry Widow' by Lehár

 

 

 

'Brilliant show, thank you. You exploited all the individual talent and the overall effect was lovely. Your chosen musicians were superb also. The audience loved it.  We will remember it for a long time'  

Howard and Jenny Corney, owners of Court Garden Opera

Sian the Sheep
muses on his/her considerable plight!

Katie sings the encore from our performance for Court Garden Opera 

'Operatic Adventures
and
Decadent Dining'
Our audience travelling from George IV's Music Room to the glorious Banqueting Room at The Royal Pavilion, Brighton 

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