Un ballo in maschera, Roberto Devereux and The Magic Flute
Dead Man Walking, The Consul, The Prisoner | Fidelio Act II & Brundibar
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Love, power and politics collide in Un ballo in maschera – based on the real-life assassination of King Gustav III of Sweden.
This irresistible production transports you to a dream world where you’ll meet colourful characters, combined with a witty story and Mozart’s sublime music.
Featuring some of Donizetti’s most spine-tingling melodies this powerful production has a dramatic intensity and a striking design guaranteed to leave your heart racing.
This uplifting concert of music and words features the Forget-me-not Chorus and singers and instrumentalists from Welsh National Opera in an afternoon exploring the impact that dementia has on loving relationships.
Dead Man Walking is the first opera by Jake Heggie with a libretto by Terrance McNally
Menotti's urgent appeal for more compassion and humanity is the opera for our times
This unique double-bill brings together the BBC National Orchestra of Wales alongside WNO Chorus and WNO Community Chorus
Brundibár will be performed by WNO Youth Opera ages 10-18 plus guest artists
No man can resist the charms of opera’s ultimate seductress Carmen.
Verdi wrote that Rigoletto was his best opera, and with its dramatic storyline and score, it’s easy to see why it continues to be such an enduring favourite.
Inspired by a newspaper comic strip, WNO’s colourful production is charming, funny and profound in equal measure.
Based around true events which occurred in Sicily in 1282, Verdi’s grand opera features wonderful choruses and breath-taking arias, including the Bolero.
Through a series of twists and turns, The Marriage of Figaro will keep you guessing until the final scene, with Mozart’s sublime score brilliantly bringing the action to life.