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a company that produces operas

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Even more remarkably, it was not until 1946 that the current Welsh National Opera company was formed, performing a double bill of Cavalleria rusticana and Pagliacci at the Prince of Wales Theatre, Cardiff.
The China National Peking Opera Company is at the Auditorium @ ECHO arena on November 13-14.
It is the most ambitious professional light opera company tour since the late 1970s which coincidentally featured the original touring G&S Opera Company - the D'Oyly Carte.
Money raised will be used to support the Jewellery Quarter-based opera company.
It was produced by Birmingham Opera Company during London 2012.
They decided to set up a small charitable opera company to take such productions on the road.
So the pressure is certainly on for Birmingham Opera Company to come up with something even more spectacular.
IT'S not often that you'd find a link between one of England's best-loved composers, a Welsh opera company and indigenous peoples in the African rainforest.
AN opera company is looking for children to play the seven dwarves in its annual pantomime, Snow White.
Hence has evolved the "pay-to-sing" model, in which young performers actually pay the opera company hundreds or even thousands of dollars to be allowed to perform.
He describes her early career, her innovative productions, personal life and health, and productions with opera companies, in addition to her founding of the Opera Company of Boston, Opera New England, and American National Opera Company (with performance details in appendices).
The Alnwick Garden is the setting for a night of what promises to be outstanding music when it welcomes The Garden Opera Company for its only Northumberland date.
Richard Bradshaw, general director of the Canadian Opera Company, died of an apparent heart attack in Toronto on Aug.
It also provided an important step in developing broader support for opera in South Dakota and for exploring the possibility of establishing a regional opera company in Sioux Falls.