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18th July 2017

Award-winning fortepianist Kristian Bezuidenhout, one of the most acclaimed musicians of his generation, joined Ian Page and Classical Opera at Wigmore Hall on 16 May 2017 to perform Mozart’s earliest keyboard concertos. Composed in the summer of 1767, these works were initially believed to be Mozart’s own compositions, but have since been identified as orchestrations […]

21st June 2017

Did you know that our CD covers are hand-painted by our CEO Debbie Coates?

20th June 2017

Meet Ben Hulett and Klara Ek during rehearsals for Classical Opera’s production of Apollo et Hyacinthus 10 June 2017 at Birmingham Town Hall and 12 & 13 June 2017 at St John’s Smith Square.

8th May 2017

Classical Opera’s 2017 education project centred on Mozart’s first opera Apollo et Hyacinthus, composed and premièred in Salzburg when he was just eleven years old. Over the course of three months, our wonderful musicians joined 120 pupils from primary schools in the London Borough of Ealing, who learned about Mozart’s life and music before composing […]

20th April 2017

A behind-the-scenes look at the recording of Sophie Bevan’s debut solo disc, with Ian Page and the The Mozartists. ‘Perfido!’ was released on 5 May 2017 on Signum Classics.

4th January 2017

Artistic Director, Ian Page, announces the exciting new strand to Classical Opera’s work: The Mozartists

25th August 2016

Classical Opera continue their critically acclaimed complete cycle of Mozart operas with Zaide, Mozart’s tenth and unfinished opera. Artistic director Ian Page and the cast talk about the music, the recording process, and the value of this fascinating opera. Order your copy here.

21st June 2016

Classical Opera’s 2016 education project explored the journey taken by the 11-year old Mozart, as he travelled from London back to his home town of Salzburg in 1766. The project was taken into two schools in the London Borough of Ealing. The students researched what life was like in Europe in the mid-1700s, and worked […]

8th April 2016

A behind-the-scenes look at the recording of Allan Clayton’s debut solo disc, with Ian Page and the Orchestra of Classical Opera. ‘Where’er you walk’ was released on Friday 6 May 2016 on Signum Classics. Buy your copy from one of the following sites: Presto Classical Amazon: CD Amazon: digital download iTunes

NEXT PERFORMANCES

Così Fan Tutte

6 November 2019, 7:00pm
Cadogan Hall, London

Così Fan Tutte

8 November, 7:00pm
Birmingham Town Hall

Così Fan Tutte

10 November 2019, 3:00pm
Syracuse

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