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Carmen at St Mary’s a tour de force

On Friday 21st Barefoot Opera gave its second performance of Bizet’s opera Carmen at St Mary in the Castle. For HOT reviewer Jo Wood it was quite simply a knock-out. Photos by Chris Parker.

Posted 17:11 Tuesday, Sep 25, 2018 In: Music & Sound Tags: Arts Council barefoot opera carmen Esme Bronwen Smith Glyndebourne Henry Ngan Jenny Miller Jo Wood Tobias Oldenwald

Battle Festival summer residency offer

Battle Festival invites applications from young people aged 14-25 for a summer residency as part of Battle Festival, working with Glyndebourne, Opera Circus and Crisis Classroom to produce The Giufà Project – and applications are now open for their August residency at Battle Abbey School, 20 to 31 August. Hannah Collisson writes.

Posted 22:35 Monday, Jul 2, 2018 In: Arts News Tags: Battle Abbey School Battle Festival Crisis Classroom Glyndebourne Hannah Collisson Opera Circus The Giufà Project

When cultures collide: new opera links 1066 with modern-day themes of invasion and loss

Themes of invasion, loss and the redeeming power of human goodness are explored in PUSH, a powerful new opera which has its world premiere this weekend, Saturday 1 October, at the De La Warr Pavilion. Cultures collided when William conquered England, and they still do today as people move around, whether displaced by war and poverty or enjoying their freedom to roam as EU citizens. Preview by Nick Terdre. Photos by Pat Pope.

Posted 17:00 Wednesday, Sep 28, 2016 In: Music & Sound Tags: Auschwitz Battle Festival De La Warr Pavilion Education Futures Trust Ele Slade Glyndebourne James newby Matthew Stiff Nick Terdre Pat Pope Root 1066 Rye Studio School Sally Lampitt Simon Gronowski Tereza Gevorgyan
Howard Moody (photo with permission HM)

Choir Opportunity at Battle Festival

What does it involve? 

Posted 13:07 Wednesday, Jan 20, 2016 In: Music & Sound Tags: Battle Festival Battle Festival Choir Battle Festival Community Choir Caleb Madden De La Warr Pavilion Glyndebourne

Meet Keith, the man behind Trash Cannes

Keith Rodway’s life as a musician, author and film-maker reverberates to a heroic mash-up of opera, rock ’n’ roll and punk in equal measure. No surprise, then, that he’s the director of the Trash Cannes Film Festival, Hastings, about to launch its third event. He recalls to Judy Parkinson the journey that took him there.

Posted 20:58 Thursday, Aug 28, 2014 In: Arts & Culture Tags: Duncan Reid Garth Twa Gluck Glyndebourne James Cameron Janet Baker Judy Parkinson Keith Rodway Paul Morley Peter Hall The Boys The Good Missionaries Trash Cannes TV Smith
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