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Life in Opera

Ignite the Passion

As we sharpen our pencils and polish our shoes ready to get back to work for the Autumn term, MWO’s Executive Director Lydia Bassett is delighted to unveil our 2018/19 “Ignite the Passion” season – designed to build a passion...
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Celebrate Summer

Celebrate summer in song with Mid Wales Opera this July and August – with two spectacular evenings of musical entertainment in stunning settings at Gregynog Hall and in the gardens of Powis Castle. On Sunday July 22nd, join the Friends...
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Here be Dragons…

More than 50 Montgomery junior school children were temporarily transformed into dragons, dwarves, unicorns and wizards this week as part of Mid Wales Opera’s residency in Montgomery Church in Wales School. The company’s Artistic Directors Richard Studer and Jonathan Lyness...
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The Synopsis of Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin

We’re loving our tour of Eugene Onegin, it’s an opera very dear to our Directors’ hearts and the reaction from audiences has been wonderful – but we know it’s not the most familiar opera so we wanted to share the...
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Bringing Opera to Life for Deaf Audiences – An Interview with BSL Interpreter Julie Doyle

Our Newport performance of Eugene Onegin of March 16th at The Riverfront will be our second ever BSL interpreted show and we’re delighted to be joined by Julie Doyle who worked with us last Spring to interpret our performance of...
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Leading Women – Celebrating International Women’s Day at Mid Wales Opera

Here’s to all the brilliant, bright and beautiful women in opera, both on and off the stage – and in the arts in Wales and beyond. Happy International Women’s Day everyone! We’re very proud to be performing in Pontio in...
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A Real-Life Opera Love Story for Valentine’s Day

In the story of Eugene Onegin, which we are taking on tour from the 24th February, the course of true love really does not run smooth! However, for Stephanie Windsor-Lewis, singing the role of Larina in our production, the opera...
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Eugene Onegin: Meet Filipyevna

For Maria Jagusz, playing the role of Tatyana’s nurse Filipyevna in our forthcoming production of Eugene Onegin, the opera’s Russian roots have a strong personal resonance. Maria has found inspiration for her portrayal of the devoted family servant in her...
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MWO’s Shortlisted for Wales Theatre Awards

We’re absolutely delighted to have been nominated for the Wales Theatre Awards in the Best Touring Production in English category for The Bear. The Bear was MWO’s first SmallStages show, and took touring opera to a whole new level for...
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