Opera is very much on trend these days, something everyone can enjoy - and Scotland offers plenty of opportunities for you to sample the delights of this unique classical experience. From grand opera to operetta and operatic pops, companies stage performances in theatres all over Scotland.
25th September 2014, Renfrewshire:
Dominic Hill, Artistic Director of the Citizens Theatre, revives his brooding, atmospheric Macbeth in celebration of the 2014 Year of Homecoming.
9th October 2014, Inverness:
New co-production with Opéra national du Rhin, sung in Italian with English supertitles.
16th October 2014, Ayr:
23rd October 2014, Skye:
15th, 17th, 19th & 25th October 2014, Glasgow:
This new co-production comes from a creative team fast making its name as expert in Rossini’s comedies.
30th October 2014, Stirling:
1st November 2014, Fife:
5th - 8th November 2014, Fife:
Fife Opera relaunches itself with the world’s favourite opera, Carmen, full of instantly recognisable melodies, including the Toreador song.
4th/6th/8th November 2014, Inverness:
22nd November 2014, Lanark:
Music in Lanark welcomes back Opera Bohemia whose production of Puccini’s Madame Butterfly, set in modern-day Japan, has already received a great reception from packed audiences across the country.