ENO Harewood Artists
ENO Harewood Artists enables talented singers at an early stage in their careers to be part of a major opera Company, whilst continuing their training. ENO trains up to 12 young artists each season in every aspect of being a professional opera singer whilst giving them the opportunity to perform small and medium sized roles with ENO. The programme provides extensive vocal, dramatic, physical movement and language coaching as well as one-to-one sessions with internationally acclaimed artists – many of whom began their operatic careers at ENO.
Producing world-class singers requires significant investment. We are seeking enlightened individuals to contribute at least £1,000 per annum towards the cost of ENO Harewood Artists. By giving to the Harewood Artists you will enjoy a position of partnership with ENO and its ensemble of young singers. You will not only help further the careers of some of the UK’s most promising singers but will also be making an investment in the future of opera. As their careers continue to develop outside of ENO you will be able to follow their progress knowing that you gave them your support when they needed it most.
For further information about supporting the ENO Harewood Artists please contact:
Emily Stubbs, Head of Development, Development Department, ENO.
Call: 020 7845 9241 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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ENO Young Patrons
ENO Young Patrons is a membership scheme and social network for young professionals (under the age of 40) who have an interest in opera and want to hear more.
Each season, we host a series of events giving you the chance to see some of the most exciting and innovative productions in London and go behind the scenes. Membership begins at £60 per year and you can join now.
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