SONG OF THE CHILD - WORLD PREMIERE
Aug
31
to Sep 29

SONG OF THE CHILD - WORLD PREMIERE

Peter makes his debut with Operaen i Midten, Denmark in this new opera inspired by Peter Handke’s poem Lied Vom Kindsein.

Concept, libretto, direction: Mia Theil Have

Composer/musical direction: Nikola Kodjabashia

Roles: Father/Child

Performances in Struer, Aarhus and Holstebro. More details TBA.

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THE GARDENERS
Sep
9
7:30 PM19:30

THE GARDENERS

Concert performance of Robert Hugill & Joanna Wyld’s The Gardeners

with Peter Brathwaite, Magid El-Bushra, Julian Debreuil, Georgia Mae Bishop and an instrumental ensemble including Oliver Wass (harp), conducted by William Vann

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THE LOST THING - WORLD PREMIERE
Dec
7
to Jan 4

THE LOST THING - WORLD PREMIERE

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Peter makes his debut with the Royal Opera.

This musical reimagining of Shaun Tan’s beautifully illustrated book about a boy who helps a lost thing find its way home is an enchanting collaboration between Candoco Dance Company and The Royal Opera.

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CHINEKE! AT BURY ST EDMUNDS FESTIVAL
May
26
7:30 PM19:30

CHINEKE! AT BURY ST EDMUNDS FESTIVAL

Programme:

Copland Music for the Theatre 
Ibert Divertissement 
Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue (jazz band version) 
Interval
Jessie Montgomery Starburst
Weill Suite from The Threepenny Opera 
Copland Old American Songs 
Gershwin Songs from Porgy and Bess

Wayne Marshall conductor 
Stewart Goodyear piano 
Nadine Benjamin soprano 
Peter Brathwaite baritone


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CHINEKE! AT THE BATH FESTIVAL
May
24
7:30 PM19:30

CHINEKE! AT THE BATH FESTIVAL

Programme:

Copland Music for the Theatre 
Ibert Divertissement 
Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue (jazz band version) 
Interval
Jessie Montgomery Starburst
Weill Suite from The Threepenny Opera 
Copland Old American Songs 
Gershwin Songs from Porgy and Bess

Wayne Marshall conductor 
Stewart Goodyear piano 
Nadine Benjamin soprano 
Peter Brathwaite baritone


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CHINEKE! AT THE BRIGHTON FESTIVAL
May
23
7:30 PM19:30

CHINEKE! AT THE BRIGHTON FESTIVAL

Programme:

Copland Music for the Theatre 
Ibert Divertissement 
Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue (jazz band version) 
Interval
Jessie Montgomery Starburst
Weill Suite from The Threepenny Opera 
Copland Old American Songs 
Gershwin Songs from Porgy and Bess

Wayne Marshall conductor 
Stewart Goodyear piano 
Nadine Benjamin soprano 
Peter Brathwaite baritone

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VIKTOR ULLMANN: DER KAISER VON ATLANTIS (TITLE ROLE)
Sep
16
7:30 PM19:30

VIKTOR ULLMANN: DER KAISER VON ATLANTIS (TITLE ROLE)

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Director: Polly Graham (LOUD CROWD)
Music director: Timothy Burke
CHROMA ENSEMBLE

Two tramps discuss the state of the world. One is an out of work clown, the other is Death. The power-mad Emperor of Atlantis has discovered mechanised weapons and has declared a war that is to have no survivors. Death, out raged at this announcment and feeling usurped, goes on strike. The war begins, people are wounded but no one can die. Pain, suffering and love are left. But who wants existence to last forever? Can Death strike a deal with the Kaiser to restore the natural order?

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VIKTOR ULLMANN: DER KAISER VON ATLANTIS (TITLE ROLE)
Sep
15
7:30 PM19:30

VIKTOR ULLMANN: DER KAISER VON ATLANTIS (TITLE ROLE)

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Director: Polly Graham (LOUD CROWD)
Music director: Timothy Burke
CHROMA ENSEMBLE

Two tramps discuss the state of the world. One is an out of work clown, the other is Death. The power-mad Emperor of Atlantis has discovered mechanised weapons and has declared a war that is to have no survivors. Death, out raged at this announcment and feeling usurped, goes on strike. The war begins, people are wounded but no one can die. Pain, suffering and love are left. But who wants existence to last forever? Can Death strike a deal with the Kaiser to restore the natural order?

 

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