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Anna will be performing the role of Cherubino in RCM’s International Opera school production of Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro.
Conductor: Michael Rosewell
Director: Sir Thomas Allen
Designer: Lottie Higlett
Lighting Designer: Rory Beaton
Sudbury Choral Society and Orchestra
Autumn Concert – Haydn Nelson Mass
Portsmouth Festival Choir and Orchestra
Anna will be performing the role of Orlofsky at Berlin’s Opera Academy in July.
It’s New Year’s Eve in Vienna and Eisenstein is being forced to go to jail for punching a police officer, however decides to evade jail for one night so that he can go to Prince Orlofsky’s ball. Eisenstein wants to go with his friend Falke, so he tells his wife, Rosalinde, that he is heading off to jail. Meanwhile, Rosalinde knows that Eisenstein is lying, and follows him, in disguise as a Hungarian countess. Adele, their maid, also feigns an excuse to be released from work that night so that she can also join, disguised as a Russian actress named, Olga. After many mistaken identities, Eisenstein attempts to seduce his own wife without knowing. Much frivolity, and many festivities behind them, the great farce ends happily for all.
As part of a centenary commemoration of Parry’s death, Cumbria Festival Chorus and Orchestra will be performing Parry’s Magnificat in the beautiful Parish Church in Kendal.
Soprano Soloist – Anna Cooper
Cooper & Crangle, a cabaret act will be performing music from Cole Porter to Jonathan Dove.
Mezzo soprano: Anna Cooper
Accompanist: Liam Crangle
Anna will be singing an eclectic mix of French Melodie, German Lied, English song and some beautiful Venetian songs with Guitar.
Mezzo soprano – Anna Cooper
Accompanist – John Cuthbert
Guitarist – Jack Hancher
Mid Norfolk Singers: Bach B Minor Mass
Soprano 1: Milly Forrest
Soprano 2: Laura Jarrell
Alto: Anna Cooper
Ten: Dominic Bevan
Bar: Samuel Oram
‘Invention, it must be humbly admitted, does not consist in creating out of void but out of chaos.’
A world premiere of five brand-new operas created by RCM composers and performed by RCM singers. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear innovative new works inspired by the iconic gothic novel Frankenstein.
Produced by the Royal College of Music in association with Tête à Tête.
Musical Director: Natalie Murray
Director: Bill Bankes Jones (Artistic director of the Tête à Tête)
Amira: Anna Cooper
Anna will be performing the National anthems at the Finals of the Elite Ice Hockey Playoffs