THIS WEEK AT CLONTER…

Masterclasses in the Time of Corona - 2021

How wonderful it has been to have 5 singers all able to work together on stage, with a director, music director and répétiteur. Having carried out a very stringent risk assessment, which included a flow test prior to arrival, a PCR test on day one, and another flow test mid week, as well as consulting widely from the Royal Ballet to Scottish Opera...

2021-05-05T11:59:17+01:0024th April 2021|Feed, Blog, Opera, Uncategorized, News|

COUNTDOWN IS ON…

Clonterbrook Music Room Recital Series
Erin Rossington, accompanied by Robin Humphreys
Sat 24 April, 7pm 

Clonter is committed to continuing to provide as many opportunities for emerging artists as possible, and to that end Clonter is delighted to welcome back Soprano (Formerly a Mezzo-Soprano) Erin Rossington...

2021-04-16T16:43:15+01:0016th April 2021|Feed, Blog, Opera, News|

KEEPING YOU ENTERTAINED…

Last Week at Clonter & What's On

Not wanting to tempt fate, but with a fair wind, we hope to be flinging open our doors once more on Saturday 5th June (see below). Meanwhile we continue to produce digital content behind closed doors, to keep you entertained, and to support emerging artists...

2021-04-09T18:02:26+01:009th April 2021|Feed, Blog, Opera, News|

BARBER OF SEVILLE – CAST UPDATE

Due to the fact that the original cast, staff and crew - The Company - were gathered for 2020, understandably some have now got other offers and commitments, and therefore you will notice some changes in the cast and staff line up. The role of Count Almaviva will now be performed by Sam Kibble, who replaces Anthony Flaum; the role of Doctor Bartolo will now be performed by Adam Maxey, who replaces Samuel Pantcheff; the role of Figaro will now be performed by...

2021-04-01T14:43:43+01:001st April 2021|Feed, Blog, Opera, Uncategorized, News|

WE’LL MEET AGAIN…

Tea With... In Local Care Homes

We thought you might like to hear about what we were doing last Thursday, in addition to our volunteers delivering teas ordered by some of you. This time last year we had just had our last afternoon tea, which although most of the Wednesday tea people still braved, alas all the care homes...

2021-03-19T18:27:24+00:0019th March 2021|Feed, Blog, Opera, News|

KEEPING YOU ENTERTAINED…

Barber of Seville
15th - 24th July

What weather we have been having! Hard to imagine that Spring is here, and before we know it summer too. It has been our goal throughout lockdown, to do whatever we could to get back on track for this summer with our production of the Barber of Seville...

2021-03-12T17:12:25+00:0012th March 2021|Feed, Blog, Opera, News|

NOT TOO LATE…

Tea With... Songs from the Shows
Thurs 11 March, 4pm

Spring is here, and the end is hopefully in sight, but just to keep you going on this last lap, we thought we would share this Corona favourite with you again. Last March the storm was brewing, and it was the last time we were able to welcome you into the theatre for afternoon...

2021-03-07T09:33:29+00:007th March 2021|Feed, Blog, Opera, News|

KEEPING YOU ENTERTAINED…

Tea With... Songs from the Shows
Thurs 11 March, 4pm

We hope, as we are, along with the snowdrops, that the latest government plan to ease the restrictions on all our lives has given you a glimmer of hope of a return to some form of normality in the not too distant future. ‘It is hoped all legal limits on social contact can...

2021-03-03T14:26:47+00:0026th February 2021|Feed, Blog, Opera, News|

NEXT UP…

CLONTER UPDATE

Opera Prize Winner Acceptance Speech - Ossian Huskinson

Ossian will now stand alongside Alfie Boe, Camilla Tilling, Jonathan Lemalu, Kate Royal, Natalya Romaniw, Alexey Gusev and Alexandra Lowe...

2021-02-19T17:54:18+00:0019th February 2021|Feed, Blog, Opera, News|

AND THE WINNER IS…

Opera Prize 2021 - Results

Clonter is now delighted to announce the results of this year's Clonter Opera Prize. If you have not yet booked a ticket for this event, but would now like to, there is still time - two days to go. This concert includes arias by 14 composers. Something for everyone, from George Frideric Handel to John Adams, via Mozart and Bizet...

2021-02-17T16:06:19+00:0012th February 2021|Feed, Blog, Opera, News|
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