A concert of songs and arias, featuring:

Samantha Oxborough mezzo-soprano

Juliane Gallant répétiteur

Lorena Paz Nieto soprano

Kate Howden mezzo-soprano

Edmund Danon baritone

Satoshi Kubo répétiteur

As well as performances from current Young Artists Samantha Oxborough and Juliane Gallant, we are delighted to welcome back four recent alumni of the National Opera Studio, for a performance of the Takuboku Song Book composed by Y. Kiyose.  This half of the performance is curated and accompanied by Japanese répétiteur Satoshi Kubo.




Our capacity for these concerts is approximately 65 people.  

The concert will start at 1.15pm, with doors opening at 1.00pm, and will last approximately 45 minutes.

Tickets should be reserved in advance, however, a small number of tickets will be held back for walk-in patrons. If you have reserved a seat, you must arrive at the Studio before 1.10pm, after which your seat may be released to patrons on the waiting list.

Although our lunchtime concerts are free, we do take donations following the performance.

 

The Blackburn Hall at the National Opera Studio is a fully accessible venue, with lift access to the first floor. 

If you have any access requirements, please do contact us at [email protected] or on +44 (0) 20 8874 8811 to discuss your needs.

 

Why not take advantage of the new lunch and afternoon tea menu, designed especially for National Opera Studio Lunchtime Concert audiences by The Ram Inn. Find out more.

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