Date: 2nd June - 2nd July
Lionel Bart’s masterpiece, hailed as a classic since it was premiered in 1960, will be given the Grange Park treatment, with Simon Keenlyside as master thief, Fagin.
Date: 18th June - 10th July
A bitter father-son rivalry ignites when Don Carlos finds that his intended bride, Elizabeth, has been promised to his father, King Philip II. Verdi’s swirling music with its dark undercurrents makes this a powerful evening.
La Fanciulla del West
Date: 4th June - 9th July
In the Californian goldfields of the 1840s, Minnie, the golden-hearted barmaid, fends off the attentions of the sheriff. The one thing Minnie doesn’t have is someone to love, until a dark, handsome stranger walks into town.
Tristan & Isolde
Date: 13th - 16th July
Wagner’s long distance love story showcases some of Europe's most celebrated artists. Sought-after soprano Anja Kampe is the conflicted Isolde, American tenor Bryan Register is her love-lorn Tristan, and Clive Bayley the cuckolded King Marke.
Liebestod will be the final aria of the final act of our final opera at The Grange. It must be destiny.
with Angel Rodriguez (piano)
Date: Friday 10th June
"No wonder he is our tenor-sensation du jour" (Financial Times). The sweetness and brilliance in Camarena’s singing has made him the darling of audiences worldwide. In March he appears in Don Pasquale at the Met, New York - then, via Washington, Chicago and LA, he takes Puritani to Mexico and Madrid.
At The Grange he sings a bouquet of all-time favourite tenor arias.