Llandudno Opera Holidays
 
Autumn 2017 & Spring 2018
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Autumn 2017

Khovanshchina Musorgsky

Tuesday 24 October 

WNO’s Artistic Director David Pountney and new Music Director Tomáš Hanus join forces for this revival of Musorgsky’s epic opera, addressing themes of politics, madness and death in 17th century Russia.  Supported by WNO Partners

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Eugene Onegin Tchaikovsky 

Wednesday 25 October

When young Tatyana declares her devotion to Onegin, he rejects and humiliates her, setting the scene for a tale of how unrequited love and the ways of high society can catastrophically collide. Supported by WNO Partners

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From the House of the Dead Janáček

Thursday 26 October

Set in a claustrophobic Siberian prison, this compelling collage of the in-mates’ stories unites David Pountney and Tomáš Hanus for a production set to Janáček’s original score for the first time. Supported by WNO Partners

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Die Fledermaus Johann Strauss II

Friday 27 October

Centred around a magnificent masquerade ball, Die Fledermaus is set to a rich, romantic score featuring some of the most irresistible melodies ever written for stage. 

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Spring 2018

Don Giovanni Mozart

Tuesday 17 & Thursday 19 April  

When one of Don Giovanni’s many conquests ends in murder, he finds himself on the run pursued by a force from beyond the grave. When he refuses to show remorse, vengeance is inevitable.  Supported by Idloes Owen Society

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Tosca Puccini

Wednesday 18 & Friday 20 April

The turbulent backdrop of Rome during the Napoleon invasion is an apt setting for this thrilling story of love, lust, loyalty and corruption.

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La forza del destino Verdi

Saturday 21 April

Don Alvaro and Leonora plan to elope,  but when her father is killed by a stray bullet from Alvaro’s gun, it triggers an inescapable chain of events in this  brand new production directed by  David Pountney. Supported by the Kobler Trust and WNO Verdi Syndicate.

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