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English National Opera 2010/11 Season announced

15 April 2010, London, UK

'Radamisto' at Santa Fe Opera
'Radamisto' at Santa Fe Opera(Photo: Ken Howard)

Details of English National Opera's 2010/11 Season were announced today. Featuring a total of fourteen operas, ten will be new productions and nine will be co-productions with international opera houses.

Two premieres are also planned – the UK premiere of Alexander Raskatov’s A Dog’s Heart and the World Premiere of an opera by 29-year-old American composer, Nico Muhly, based on a true story about teenager who attempts to arrange his own murder via the Internet. 

An ambitious programme for lean economic times, ENO has built collaborative relationships with more than 20 overseas companies to make this Season possible, including New York’s Metropolitan Opera, the Bayerische Staatsoper and De Nederlandse Opera.

For the fourth year in a row, ENO will also be working with London’s Young Vic Theatre to present a new co-production of Monteverdi’s The Return of Ulysses.

Other Season highlights include the Company premieres of Donizetti’s rarely performed Lucrezia Borgia and Handel’s Radamisto plus ENO debuts by directors Benedict Andrews, Mike Figgis, Terry Gilliam, Des McAnuff, Simon McBurney, Rufus Norris, Bartlett Sher and Dmitri Tcherniakov.

12 singers per year will now be selected for training

ENO’s Young Singers programme has been re-launched in an expanded form so that places for up to 12 singers per year will now be available. Designed for talented singers in the early stages of their careers, the programme was first launched in 1998 and a number of former participants have since gone on to important careers including Colin Lee, Leigh Melrose, Iain Paterson, Sarah Tynan and Elizabeth Watts.


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