News & Reviews

15th December 2015

  (Editor’s Choice, Gramophone) “A superb set of soloists head up a quite delightful performance of Mozart’s early opera, under the inspired baton of Ian Page.” Martin Cullingford, Gramophone November 2015 “There have been some engaging recordings – Marriner (Philips), Harnoncourt (Teldec) and Wentz (Brilliant) – but it is hard to imagine hearing another performance […]

10th December 2015

Ian Page looks forward to the launch of the second year of MOZART 250 at Wigmore Hall on 19 January. During the first half of this year, the launch of our ground-breaking MOZART 250 incorporated music by over twenty composers, from Abel to Sacchini, Philidor to Rush, including the first in-depth musical survey of Mozart’s […]

30th November 2015

Due to unforeseen circumstances Ana Maria Labin will no longer be singing in ‘1766 – a retrospective’ on 19 January at Wigmore Hall. The British soprano Louise Alder will now perform with us. Louise is a current Classical Opera Associate Artist, and made her début with the company at St John’s, Smith Square, in 2014. […]

6th November 2015

Since our season brochure went to print there have been two changes to the cast for our June 2016 performance of Don Giovanni. The role of Leporello will now be sung by the wonderful English bass-baritone Darren Jeffery, and Don Ottavio will be sung by a rising star tenor Stuart Jackson. For full cast details […]

2nd November 2015

Classical Opera has been invited to perform several concerts at the highly-regarded Haydn Festival in Eisenstadt, Austria, in September 2016. Following this, we are very pleased to confirm the details of a special Martin Randall tour organized in association with Classical Opera from 7-11 September 2016. The Martin Randall tour will include three performances by […]


Mozart’s Keys

30 April, 7:30pm
Queen Elizabeth Hall

Mozart et Haydn á Londres

22 June, 8:30pm
La Seine Musicale, Paris

Mozart’s Czech Mates

14 July, 7:30pm
Wigmore Hall, London

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