Magic of the Opera with Lesley Garrett

@ Newcastle City Hall

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16 June 2017

7pm

Tickets £45

A magical evening of the World’s most recognised songs.

The show features the English National Philharmonic Orchestra and principal singers from the Royal Opera House and English National Opera.  The Orchestra will be conducted by Ben Crick and the singers will include John Cunningham (Baritone), Hannah Mason (Mezzo Soprano) and Lee Bradley (Tenor).

Magic of the Opera’ is a show for all the family and will feature all the best bits from all the popular Operas, including many that that everybody knows but probably don’t realise are Opera.  Whether you are a lover of Grand Opera or a lover of grand songs performed to the highest possible level, everyone will enjoy an evening of magical music.  The show will contain favourites including the Toreador song from Carmen, Mozart’s Marriage Of Figaro, Time To Say Goodbye, Verdi’s Anvil Chorus, the Pearl Fishers duet, Ave Maria and, of course, Nessun Dorma.

This will be an experience to remember for those who’ve already been to one of the great Opera Houses of the World, for anyone whose experience of Opera is limited to what they’ve heard on a television advert and for everyone in between.

Lesley Garrett is one of Britain’s best loved singers, well known for her Operatic, Musical Theatre and Television appearances.

We all feel very lucky that Lesley is part of Magic Of The Opera.

Venue
City Hall
Northumberland Rd
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 8SF

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