British Youth Opera‘s annual visit to the Peacock showcases the next generation of opera singers.
Puccini’s La Boheme is one of the most romantic of operas, with its tale of love and death among a group of struggling young artists providing a perfect vehicle for the young opera singers of British Youth Opera.
Based on the Orpheus myth that fascinated Renaissance artists and musicians, Euridice weaves the translucent 16th century vocal writing of the first ever opera composer, Jacopo Peri, into a distinctively modern opera by Stephen Oliver. Performed in a new semi-staged production with a cast of 18 singers and an onstage ensemble of eight.
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