Announcement from Opera Holloway
It is with great sadness that we announce the postponement of our 2020 performances. Due to the ongoing uncertainty of COVID-19 we feel it is an unfortunate necessity that we re-schedule our productions of Carmen and Conquest of Love. Until such time that the trustees of Opera Holloway and I feel it is safe for both our artists and audiences to enjoy the power and drama of opera, we must remain distanced.
We love opera, and we have been lucky to perform to wonderful audiences since 2009. As a charity it is our mission to nurture young singers and let new audiences experience opera. Despite the unprecedented situation we look forward to performing again in the near future.
On a more positive note, we are hoping to bring you performances through new online mediums soon. Please look out for updates from Opera Holloway in the future to keep in touch with us.
William Branston, Trustee of Opera Holloway
Welcome to Opera Holloway, a registered charity originally setup in 2009 in order to give young artists the opportunity to perform in opera at the early stages of their careers, and to present accessible performances to the public. The last few years have seen the company perform in a variety of venues from barns in Sussex to pubs in Wales. Our educational workshops have taken place in village halls and schools giving children a flavour of what it’s like to stand on stage and be part of an opera. We’re proud to have not only a number of four and five star reviews for our performances, but to have received a number of awards for our work off the stage.