A gentle walk through the arts in their broadest sense

We look at opera side by side with visual art and literature to draw new connections between masterpieces. The series is presented by Garsington Opera's Johnny Langridge and Art Historian Dr Imogen Tedbury. 

Tune in to our YouTube channel to enjoy the whole series.

Episode 1 (6 May)
Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro with guest voices from director John Cox, 18th-century art historian Dr Caroline McCaffrey-Howarth, and our Artistic Director Douglas Boyd.

Episode 2 (13 May)
Smetana's The Bartered Bride with guest voices from director Paul Curran and Czech Language Coach Lada Valešová.

Episode 3 (20 May)
Britten's The Turn of the Screw with guest voices from director Louisa Muller and Professor Ruth Livesey (19th Century Literature & Thought, Royal Holloway)

Episode 4 (27 May)
Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin with guest voices from conductor Douglas Boyd and Professor Julie Curtis (Russian Literature, University of Oxford)

Episode 5 (28 November)
Beethoven's Fidelio with guest vioces from director Peter Mumford and Dr Deborah Russell (Lecturer in 18th Century Literature, University of York)

Episode 2 - Bartered Bride
Episode 3 - Turn of the Screw
Episode 4 - Eugene Onegin
Episode 5 - Fidelio