As a result of our Opera for All programme's partnership with charitable trust Magna Vitae, an exciting new online network - The Coastal Culture Network (CCN) - has been formed. Its aim...more.
Amidst high summer sun and balmy evenings, as well as torrential downpours and MET office weather warnings, our Opera for All programme has seen a wonderful and eventful summer of open...more.
While pupils from local secondary schools were introduced to Eugene Onegin, our primary school project focused on Haydn's Creation. Several primary schools as well as a group of children...more.
The Garsington Youth Opera Company had a successful week rehearsing and performing in early August at Wormsley and, more recently, had the opportunity to perform in London's Covent...more.
This week, Garsington Opera's Learning and Participation team are collaborating with Buckinghamshire Learning Trust Music on a week long residency. Following workshops at Easter, our...more.
Students from ten local schools attended a performance of Eugene Onegin at Wormsley as the climax of our OperaFirst initiative. This brings together our Learning & Participation...more.
Garsington Opera is developing a project enabling hospital patients to perform alongside its community chorus. It will culminate in a performance which will be linked to three...more.
Over four days, six of our talented Learning and Participation team, including a director, conductor, designer, singer, choreographer from Rambert as well as members of our orchestra,...more.
As December approaches, the Opera for All programme looks forward to 2016 and its second year in delivering free screenings and creative workshops within rural coastal areas of the UK....more.
Garsington Opera has commissioned a ‘people’s opera’, Silver Birch, designed to be performed by professional singers together with community and children’s choruses aged 8 upwards. A...more.