News & Reviews

14th November 2018

Chiara Skerath, Gwilym Bowen and Ida Ränzlöv announced as new Associate Artists of Classical Opera and The Mozartists ahead of MOZART 250 exploration of 1769 Forthcoming MOZART 250 performances with the new Associate Artists: 29 January, Queen Elizabeth Hall ‘1769: A Year in Music’ – a musical overview of the year 1769 with works by […]

9th November 2018

On 29 January 2019 we will be joined by British baritone James Newby, who will perform alongside soprano Chiara Skerath in ‘1769: A Year in Music’. He replaces the previously advertised Jacques Imbrailo, who has had to withdraw from this performance. Recently announced as a BBC New Generation Artist, James was joint 1st Prize winner […]

2nd August 2018

The sixth release in our complete Mozart opera series has made the shortlist of the Gramophone Classical Music Awards. You can read the original Gramophone review of Il sogno di Scipione in their free digital magazine here. The winners in each recording category will be announced on the Gramophone website on August 31 and Recording of the Year […]

3rd July 2018

We are delighted to announce the launch of our 2018/19 season: 18 September 2018 – 8 July 2019 Modern-day première for original version of Mozart’s Bastien und Bastienne at Wigmore Hall, coinciding with the release of new album on Signum Classics and to open 18/19 season (18 Sept) ‘1769: A Year in Music’, a musical […]

NEXT PERFORMANCES

Mozart’s Travels

8 July 2019, 7.30pm
Wigmore Hall, London

Mozart’s Travels

9 July 2019
Lichfield Festival

Così Fan Tutte

10 November 2019, 3.00pm
Syracuse

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