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Co-Opera Co. bring two of the most popular operas to the Everyman next week

Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro has often been referred to as one of the three perfect popular operas. 

Its heady mix of comedy and pathos, lust and love, betrayal and social intrigue is every bit as powerful, relevant and sexy today, as it was in the 18th century, when it took the opera world by storm.  And with its soaring melodies and well-known arias, The Marriage of Figaro is a feast for the senses.

Conducted by Garsington Opera’s Head of Music, Robin Newton and directed by Jacopo Spirei, this is a stunning production, featuring Jeremy Sams’ witty, English translation.

La Boheme, arguably Puccini’s greatest masterpiece, is magnificent.  A celebration of all things youthful, Puccini’s glorious melodies echo the innocence and petulance, the passion and despair, the optimism and loss which are the potent ingredients of this classic tale of love.  Conducted by English National Opera’s Stephen Higgins and directed by William Relton, this is a stirring and emotional tragedy, sung in Italian.

Co-Opera Co presents:
La Boheme – Friday 19 November, 7.30pm
The Marriage of Figaro – Saturday 20 November, 7.30pm

  • Tickets:  £16 - £22 
  • Where: Everyman Theatre, Regent Street, Cheltenham, GL50 1HQ

Explore Gloucestershire
11 November 2010

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