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Support for our Emerging Singers Programme 2015/16

September 4th, 2015|0 Comments

The Golsoncott Foundation support our Emerging Singers Programme 2015/16
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EOC returns to Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

April 15th, 2015|0 Comments

Following recent Olivier-nominated productions with The Royal Opera, we're very proud to be returning to the candlelit intimacy of the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, with Luigi Rossi's dark portrayal of the Orpheus story, conducted by Christian Curnyn and directed by Keith Warner
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Olivier Award nomination: Outstanding Achievement in Opera

March 11th, 2015|0 Comments

We're truly delighted that Early Opera Company has received a nomination in this year's Olivier Awards, for Outstanding Achievement in Opera.
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Monteverdi ‘Orfeo’ for free, online, on Wednesday 21 January from 7.15pm

January 20th, 2015|0 Comments

Monteverdi 'Orfeo' for free, online, on Wednesday 21 January from 7.15pm


This was a concert to be treasured… The Early Opera Company’s sparkling concert performance … was a tonic… The company celebrates Handel’s animation to perfection.
The Observer, November 2013
The Early Opera Company has been on a roll recently with its Handel… Curnyn, directing from the harpsichord, led a detailed, precise and zippy performance from his ensemble.
The Guardian, November 2013
An extremely classy account… Curnyn shows such an easy command of the idiom: there is no aggressive accenting or exaggeration of tempo.
Financial Times, September 2013