ENO Opera Works
ENO is committed to developing opera talent and runs ENO Opera Works to train singers who have excellent vocal technique, professional potential and a strong commitment to developing a career in opera.
ENO Opera Works is a unique and flexible training opportunity for talented opera singers who wish to embark on or develop a career singing opera, whatever their background or previous experience.
ENO Opera Works enables singers to develop their vocal and dramatic skills in a professional environment, with unprecedented access to professionals working in opera, insights into the world of professional opera and valuable opportunities for dialogue with key people within the Company. There are exclusive opportunities to engage with the work of ENO, including the chance to see ENO productions and get involved in the innovative learning and participation work of ENO Baylis. We believe this makes ENO Opera Works unique and sets it apart from other courses that are available at music colleges or universities.
Opera Works : Postcards
An ENO Opera Works production at the Lilian Baylis Studio, Sadler’s Wells
About the production
Postcards is the culmination of the 2012 -13 Opera Works course and celebrates the achievements of the singers. Under the guidance of Stephen Higgins and Martin Constantine, it features staged excerpts from Mozart, Rossini, Bizet and Handel.
Devised by the company using tools acquired throughout their training with ENO, Postcards promises to showcase the ideas and talent of an exciting company of singers.
A collection of snapshots.
A coastline. A horizon.
A message written in time.
May 9 at 7.15pm
May 10 at 5pm
Running time: approx 1hr 10mins
Lilian Baylis Studio, Sadler’s Wells, Rosebury Avenue, EC1R 4TN
All tickets £10 (booking fees apply)
Tickets available from the ENO Box Office ONLY
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Follow this year's course by reading our ENO Opera Works blog
ENO Opera Works is generously supported by The Leche Trust, Angus Allnat Charitable Foundation, Fenton Arts Trust, Idlewild Trust and The Behrens Foundation.
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