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Opera on 3


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Royal Opera Young Artists Programme
Shakespeare in opera is the theme as up-and-coming stars give their annual concert at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. Presented by Stephanie Hughes , in conversation with opera critic John Allison.
Ha Young Lee , Victoria Nava and Katie Van
Kooten (sopranos), Liora Grodnikaite (mezzo), James Edwards , Andrew Kennedy and Robert Murray (tenors), Jared Holt (baritone), Matthew Rose (bass), Royal Opera House Orchestra, conductors Graeme Jenkins and Rory Macdonald Nicolai Overture: The Merry Wives of Windsor Ambroise Thomas Hamlet, Act 3 (excerpts) Rossini Otello , Act 2 (excerpts)
Gounod Romeo et Juliette, Act 3 (excerpts) Verdi's Ballet music (Macbeth)
Britten A Midsummer Night's Dream, Act 2 (excerpts)
Walton Troilus and Cressida, Act 2 (excerpts)


Presented By: Stephanie Hughes
Unknown: John Allison.
Unknown: Ha Young Lee
Unknown: Victoria Nava
Unknown: Katie Van
Sopranos: Liora Grodnikaite
Unknown: James Edwards
Unknown: Andrew Kennedy
Tenors: Robert Murray
Tenors: Jared Holt
Baritone: Matthew Rose
Conductors: Graeme Jenkins
Conductors: Rory MacDonald
Unknown: Rossini Otello
Unknown: Walton Troilus

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