The Royal Opera House has announced its 2023-24 season and it's packed with exciting performances, featuring a range of talented artists.
One of the highlights of the season is Laurent Pelly's production of "L'Elisir d'Amore," featuring baritone Boris Pinkhasovich in the role of Belcore. The show will run from September 22nd to October 5th, 2023.
In January 2024, bass-baritone Lukasz Golinski will take on the role of Orest in Strauss' "Elektra."
In “Tosca”, baritone Grisha Martirosyan will make his opera house debut as Cesare Angelotti. The production is set to open in February 2024. He will also play Moralès in “Carmen” in April.
Mezzo-soprano Kseniia Nikolaieva will sing the role of Mary in "Der fliegende Holländer" from February 29th to March 16th, 2024.
Mezzo-soprano Aigul Akhmetshina returns to the stage of the Royal Opera House to take on the lead role in a new production of "Carmen," which will run from April 5th to May 31st, 2024.
Starting in May, Mezzo-soprano Katia Ledoux will make Royal Opera House debut in “Andrea Chénier,” joined by Tenor Alexander Kravets. David McVicar's production will run from May 30th to June 11th, 2024.
Finally, tenor Colin Judson will participate in two productions: "Tosca" as Spoletta and "Madama Butterfly" as Goro.
With such a talented roster of performers, the Royal Opera House's 2023-24 season is sure to be a hit. We wish everyone involved in these wonderful productions all the best.