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Iran’s only tenor comes to Opus Theatre

Opus Theatre will bring the inaugural season of its World Series to an end with a concert featuring Iran’s only tenor, Ramtin Ghazavi. He will be accompanied on the piano by artist in residence, Oliver Poole, for whom Ghazavi is “strong, charismatic and virtuoso, yet able to convey a depth of emotion and sincerity that is raw, captivating and at times mystical.” 

Posted 10:49 Sunday, Nov 4, 2018 In: Music & Sound Tags: , , , ,
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Gwyneth Herbert’s letter songs at the Opus

Award-winning musician, Gwyneth Herbert ends her Letters I Haven’t Written tour at the Opus Theatre in Hastings on 18 October 2018. Here

From the festival in 2015.

Feast of new music at composers festival

More than 200 musicians, 70 pieces of music, composers flying in from all over the world and a Japanese dance troupe: all will feature in the Fourth International Composers Festival, which will take place in Hastings and Bexhill from 21 to 23 September. Julian Norridge provides the details.

Marcelo Bratke in relaxed mood.

From Rio carnival to Hastings

The next guest in Opus Theatre’s World Series, on Saturday 8 September, is Brazilian pianist Marcelo Bratke. Like others of the international stars in the series, his was no easy path to fame, as the theatre explains.

Oliver Poole, left, Polo Piatti and Carla Paoli present the new World Series of concerts.

World artists to the fore in Opus concert series

Opus Theatre is launching an exciting series of concerts featuring artists from all over the world, with British soprano, Carly Paoli first up. Nick Terdre reports. Photos by Jonathan Bruce.

Mark Heller and Rebecca Robinson tell the story of the Carpenters' meteoric rise to fame and Karen's untimely death.

Karen Carpenter show comes to Hastings

Fans of the Carpenters are in for a treat when the Karen Carpenter show Yesterday Once More comes to the Opus Theatre in Hastings on 2 June. Nick Terdre reports.

Posted 20:46 Monday, May 21, 2018 In: Music & Sound Tags: , , , ,
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Sad passing of John the Cobbler

On 4 April John Napier, known as John the Cobbler, died after a long fight against cancer. His shop at 64D High Street was known as the hub of the Old Town, to people and dogs alike.

Anton Lyakovsky playing last weekend at the second Phoenix Paino Series recital. He gave three encores to the enthusiastic audience (photo: .

Two more recitals in Phoenix Piano Series

After a successful opening last weekend, the inaugural season of the Phoenix Piano Series concludes at the Opus Theatre this weekend, with recitals by Sunny Li and Oliver Poole. Nick Terdre reports.

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