News & Reviews

10th September 2015

Soprano Ailish Tynan shares her experience of recording our new CD: Mozart’s Il re pastore. What’s Il re pastore like? It’s a beautiful opera and it’s got it all. The beginning is really pastoral – there’s a fresh, simplistic joy in the music and in the relationship between Aminta and Elisa. You can almost feel […]

10th September 2015

It seems scarcely credible, but this month Classical Opera celebrates its 18th birthday. Our launch concert took place at the Royal College of Music’s Britten Theatre on 8 September 1997, and the illustrious line-up of soloists that evening included Gerald Finley and Melvyn Tan. We have come a long way since then, of course, but […]

8th April 2015

We talked to Adriano in Siria director Thomas Guthrie about the production, the music, and his love of Monty Python: What’s the music like? It’s beautiful. And challenging – dramatic and interesting, unexpected. What sort of production can we expect? Productions are collaborations, and there is a huge amount of love, time, creativity, personality, and […]

2nd March 2015

MOZART 250 is finally underway! This epic project launched at Wigmore Hall on 22 January with a tremendously well received musical portrait of the year 1765, and we are now looking forward to our ground-breaking ‘Mozart in London Festival Weekend’ at Milton Court, on 20-22 February. Mozart came to London with his mother, father and […]

10th February 2015

With excerpts from the final performance of the Schools’ Opera this extended film follows the journey of our ‘Mozart at the Museum’ education project from start to finish. Working with Classical Opera’s musicians, and in collaboration with the Museum of London, children from Marlborough and Holy Trinity schools created and performed an opera based on […]


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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