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Join us for this very special evening of performances inspired by the last 50 years of opera in residence at the London Coliseum. This one-off event is in support of ENO's talent development work and the work of ENO Baylis, our learning and participation programme. The evening will see original cast members appear alongside the latest generation of artists performing highlights from a range of operatic masterpieces staged at the London Coliseum. Since 1968, London's largest theatre has presented world-class opera accessibly to all audiences, an important value that continues today throughout ENO's work. Experience memorable and marvellous moments from Handel, Britten, Sullivan and many more... This is an unmissable opportunity to experience iconic moments from the last 50 years while also welcoming the future of opera for all at the London Coliseum.Performers Alan Opie (baritone), Andrew Shore (baritone), Gwyn Hughes Jones (tenor), Sarah Connolly (mezzo-soprano), Claire Rutter (soprano), Susan Bullock (soprano), Nicky Spence (tenor).
Producer English National Opera. Director Daniel Kramer. Conductor Martyn Brabbins.
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