Venue: Main House
Dates: 8 Mar 2012 - 10 Mar 2012
Price(s): £ 10 - £ 32
Rossini's masterpiece The Barber of Seville is a favourite with audiences around the world. ETO's new production, directed by the exciting and imaginative Thomas Guthrie (The Fairy Queen, autumn 2011) and conducted by an experienced master of Italian opera, Paul McGrath, promises to be one of the highlights of the artistic calendar in 2012.
The roguish young Count Almaviva, masquerading as the student Lindoro, will be sung by Nicholas Sharratt, one of the UK's most promising Italianate tenors. Kitty Whately, winner of this year’s Kathleen Ferrier Award, plays his beloved Rosina, as cunning as she is lovely.
Sung in English Translation.
Dates, Times and Prices
Thursday 8 & Saturday 10 March 7:30pm
Tickets: £32 / £30 / £27.50 / £25 / £20 / £10
Concessions: £2 off
Premium Ticket: £47.50
Enjoy a top price seat, exclusive access to the Matcham Bar, a glass of bubbly before the show and during the interval, light canapés and a free programme.
This show finished on: 10 Mar 2012