Join us for an evening of performances by some of the stars of our 2020 Season, as we look forward to a summer of opera in Holland Park. Ticket price includes a drinks reception before the performance.
Lada Valešová discusses Tchaikovsky’s opera with Anna Picard. As a pianist, language coach and conductor of the OHP Young Artists performances, Valesova is uniquely positioned to explain the enduring appeal of Eugene Onegin and the Russian archetypes in Pushkin’s story.
Dane Lam discusses Eugene Onegin and the Opera Holland Park Young Artists Scheme. Hosted by Anna Picard, the conductor and former OHP Young Artist talks about his experience of the scheme as alumnus and mentor, and the only opera Tchaikovsky created for young singers.
Professor Jeremy Black on power, scandal and censorship. Hosted by Anna Picard, the historian and author discusses Verdi’s battles with the censors over Rigoletto and the corruption of court life in Paris and Mantua.
Martin Lloyd-Evans discusses the 2020 double-bill with Anna Picard. How do you approach two contrasting one act tragedies, one urban, one rural? The director of Margot la Rouge and Le Villi talks about his creative process.
Founded in 1996, Opera Holland Park is an opera company with a unique voice. Based in Kensington, we present a summer opera festival of fully staged productions in one of the most beautiful parks in the Capital.