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Cadogan Hall
Saturday 23rd June 2018
at 7pm



Jules Massenet

Concert performance sung in French with English surtitles.

One of Massenet’s most popular operas, which includes the Meditation, the violin solo which depicts Thaïs’s awakening faith, one of the most famous of operatic excerpts. More ...

The performance will be conducted by Stephen Higgins with Natasha Jouhl in the title role. Other members of the cast are Michel de Souza (Athanaël), Nico Darmanin ( Nicias), Matthew Hargreaves (Palémon), Ashley Mercer (Un Serviteur), Susannah Fairbairn (Crobyle), Angharad Lyddon (Myrtale & Albine) and Nicola Said (La Charmeuse).

Simon Bainbridge will give a pre-concert talk for ticket holders in the hall at 5.45pm.

Tickets for the concert are now available from from Cadogan Hall.

Tickets are also on sale for the following concerts at the Queen Elizabeth Hall:
Sunday 24th March 2019 – Mefistofele (Arrigo Boito), conductor Matthew Scott Rogers - book here.
Sunday 30th June 2019 – The Demon (Anton Rubinstein), conductor Oliver Zeffman. - book here.

'The Chelsea Opera Group holds a unique place in the history of British opera. ....' (&London magazine). Read the full article (pdf)which appeared in the Spring 2014 issue of &London magazine produced by Sunday Publishing for UK property partnership Strutt and Parker.

‘Chelsea Opera Group’s three concert performances a year are among London’s most joyful operatic events.’ Richard Nicholson  at Classical Source

"As for Elizabeth Woods, it is hard to provide a technical commentary to her nigh-on-perfect performance." (Mariana Romani reviewing Simon Boccanegra at MusicalCriticism.com). See Elizabeth Woods in Come in quest`ora bruna.

"Opera simply does not come much better than this: the Chelsea Opera Group’s concert performance of Verdi’s Macbeth was an unqualified triumph." (Evan Dickerson at Seen and Heard)

‘A great work superbly done. The conductor was Richard Bonynge...There was fine playing and choral singing.’ Tim Ashley in The Guardian  reviewing COG’s performance of Donizetti’s Belisario.

For forthcoming performances see Future Concerts

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For links to complete reviews of recent performances see Reviews.

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