Classical music in London
Here you will find opera, ballet and dance performances in London. We ofte have tickets for Royal Opera House in Covent Garden and other classical venues in London. Book tickets to a classic event in London here
Murder, suicide and prolonged death-bed scene are the unlikey staring points for a wonderful evening at opera. Puccini's three short work - conceived as the triptych of the title - begin with a melodrama of jealousy and revenge (Il tabarro), move to a herat-breaking tale of self-sacrifice (Suor Angelica), and concluse with a riotus farce as a canny manipulator gets ...
The Nutcracker - The Royal Ballet
Clara, a young girl, creeps downstairs on Christmas Eve to retrieve her favourite present. But a mysterious magician, Drosselmeyer, is waiting to sweep her off on a magical adventure.
Hailed by The Sunday Telegraph as 'the most beautiful show of the year in operatic London', Anthony Minghella's award-winning Madam Butterfly returns to ENO. With its breath taking mix of cinematic images and traditional Japanese theatre, riot of colourful costumes, stunning sets and unforgettable use of puppetry, Minghella's sole opera production has developed into one of the most iconic stagings ...
The Nutcracker - English National Ballet
Journey back in time with the English National Ballet to a frost covered, gas lit London and join Clara, her nutcracker doll and the magician Drosselmeyer in this traditional, festive tale for all the family.
English National Ballet presents Le Corsaire (The Pirate), a thrilling ballet about Conrad, a dashing pirate and his love for Medoraa beautiful harem girl, it is a swashbuckling drama which is one of the most breath taking spectacles in ballet.
From its famous, dissonant opening chords, Tosca conjures up a world of political instability and menace. The Chief of Police, Scarpia – one of the most malevolent villains in opera – ruthlessly pursues and tortures enemies of the state. His dark, demonic music contrasts with the expansive melodies of the idealistic lovers, Tosca and Cavaradossi, who express their passion in sublime arias. ...
Giselle is the quintessential Romantic ballet. It transformed the dance world when it was first performed in Paris in 1841 and remains at the centre of the classical repertory. Although the choreography and designs have undergone many changes over the years, the essence of Giselle remains the same. The Royal Ballet’s production uses Marius Petipa’s classic version (after the original ...
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