A programme of favourite arias, duets and choruses from the most loved composers of all time, including Verdi, Tchaikovsky, Puccini and more...
Southampton Philharmonic Choir is joined by world-class soloists and the New London Sinfonia for this glittering concert celebrating the most sublime, exciting and romantic moments from opera, including Rossini's overture to William Tell , Verdi's plangent 'Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves' (Nabucco), Bizet's moving Pearl Fishers' duet, that great favourite, Puccini's 'O mio babbino caro' from Gianni Schicchi, and one of the greatest tenor arias of all time, 'Nessun Dorma' from Turandot. Whether you’re a seasoned opera buff, simply enjoy fantastic live music, or have always wondered what opera is all about, this concert is for you. Come along and immerse yourself in some of the best the genre has to offer.
Complete programme here.
Southampton Philharmonic Choir
Southampton University Philharmonic Choir
The New London Sinfonia
Erica Eloff soprano
Alexander James Edwards tenor
John Lofthouse baritone
David Gibson conductor
Tickets £10, £15 & £20 with concessions:
Over 65s - £1 discount.
Kids for a Quid scheme for children aged 12 and under
Students, children under 18, job seekers and disabled - £5, £7.50 & £10
Carer accompanying wheelchair user - free
Group Concession - buy 5, get 6th ticket free
Booking fees apply to phone orders made via the Guildhall box office and to orders made via the Guildhall website. However there are no additional fees payable if you:
Buy your tickets from a choir member.
Buy your tickets directly from the Guildhall Box Office, in person. You can pay by cash, credit or debit card but cheques are not accepted. Phone the Guildhall Box Office and ask to reserve your seats. You will be given a booking reference and then you have 5 working days to send payment (cheques only). If you send a SAE (size A6 at least) you will save yourself the standard £1.50 postal charge.
Tickets may also be bought on the door on the night of the concert, subject to availability.