Carmen

Carmen

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Oxford Opera Company makes its debut at the Playhouse with a performance of Bizet’s classic tale of
love, jealousy and revenge.

Following the incredible success of Tosca, the city’s new opera company presents an original production
starring Hannah Pedley. This most passionate of operas is directed by Paul Carr, with the Oxford Chamber Orchestra conducted by Neil Farrow.

Duration: 2 hours 30mins with interval

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Oxford Opera Company

Age guideline 8+

Sung in French with English surtitles

 

  • Hannah Pedley dominated the stage with her supercool, witty, impudent, ultimately defiant and heroic Carmen.
       
    Sunday Times on Opera Holland Park production
  • Oxford Opera can look forward to an exciting future.
       
    Harmony Magazine

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