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so what is an opera company bringing to the experience that is unique?
The performances underlined the excellence of this world-class opera company which can look forward to more success in the next 70 years, especially as it aims to deepen its relationship with the Welsh communities out of which it grew.
Ian Smith, Chairman and founder of the National Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company, said: "ENO, Opera North and Scottish Opera all throw the occasional G&S into their repertoire.
Birmingham Opera Company is renowned globally for its innovative approach to opera which sees large scale productions staged in unusual urban spaces including former factories, banks and ice-rinks.
Birmingham Opera Company's slogan is "not what you expect from opera", and that was certainly the case with its triumphant 2012 staging of Stockhausen's Mittwoch aus Licht.
Afterwards, the stars of the Cairo Opera Company with the Cairo Opera Orchestra, will present excerpts of classical songs and musicals, which will speak to both the Egyptian and foreign audiences.
What you will discover, as I did with members of Huddersfield Light Opera Company, is a treasure trove, a social history and perhaps more engaging still, a family history.
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.
5 : the principal member of a theater or opera company
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).
Richard Bradshaw, general director of the Canadian Opera Company, died of an apparent heart attack in Toronto on Aug.