St Paul’s Sinfonia to play for New Sussex Opera, October 2012

St Paul’s Sinfonia is very pleased that it has become the resident orchestra for New Sussex Opera, a company that specialises in productions of rarely-heard and unfairly-neglected works.  We began our collaboration with NSO in 2010 with its production of Vaughan Williams’s Hugh the Drover, and scored a notable triumph last year with Gounod’s Mireille. This was reviewed very warmly, including four stars from the Daily Telegraph (read the full review here).

This year we will be performing Puccini’s early masterpiece Edgar – in fact, this will be the UK premiere of the original 4-act version.  We will be at Cadogan Hall in central London at 5pm on Sunday 28 October – come and see us there!  Visit the NSO website to see further details…

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