ENO1920 Orphée: Netia Jones

Netia Jones


Netia Jones is a director, designer and video artist working in opera, theatre and concerts.

Previously for ENO: Orphée

Career Highlights

Recent projects include: The Dark Mirror (Schubert/Zender – Barbican Theatre, Lincoln Center New York, Shanghai Grand Theater, Perth International Festival, National Theater of Taiwan); Least Like the Other (Irish National Opera); The Outcast (Wien Modern); Die Zauberflöte (Garsington Opera); Kurtag’s Kafka Fragments (ROH); Curlew River (Barbican, Lincoln Center, CalPerformances Berkeley); Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Aldeburgh Festival); Messiah (Bergen National Opera/Bergen Festival); Unsuk Chin’s Alice in Wonderland (LA Philharmonic, Barbican); Words and Music (Beckett/Feldman); Happy Days (International Beckett Festival); Georg Haas’s Atthis (ROH); Knussen’s Where the Wild Things Are (LA Philharmonic, Barbican, Aldeburgh Festival); Schoenberg’s Verklärte Nacht (Orchestre de Chambre de Paris); Tan Dun’s Marco Polo (Bergen National Opera); Britten’s Les Illuminations (Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra); and site-specific conceived performances for the Aldeburgh Festival: Everlasting Light (Scelsi, Mazulis, Marenzio, Gesualdo), Before Life and After (Britten, Tippett, Finzi) and The Way to the Sea (Britten). She read Modern Languages at Oxford University.

Last updated: 11th March 2020