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.
31st March 2015, Glasgow:
The love story that gripped Paris is back by public demand.
1st April 2015, Glasgow:
Starring the Korean soprano Elena Dee and the Japanese soprano Miki Mori.
2nd April 2015, Dundee:Back by overwhelming public demand, this award-winning Opera returns with exquisite sets, including a spectacular Japanese garden and fabulous costumes.
8th April 2015, Stirling:
Heritage Opera bring their critically acclaimed production of Puccini’s dramatic opera Tosca to the Macrobert Arts Centre, following a sell-out UK tour in 2014.
10th April 2015, Skye:
Opera and popular classics from the singers of The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.
10th April 2015, Aberdeen:
Don’t miss a beautiful and fully-staged production of a tragic tale of searing passion and memorable music.
11th April 2015, Aberdeen:
A stunning traditional, fully-staged production recapturing the decadence of Renaissance Italy with lavish sets and opulent costumes.
7th/9th/11th April 2015, Glasgow:
Famed for its distinctive musical voice, Jenůfa is one of the most powerful of all Janáček’s operas.
25th April 2015, Greenock:Ayrshire Opera Experience, in association with the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, make their debut at the Albany Theatre.
9th - 15th May 2015, Glasgow:
Having performed Verdi’s Falstaff (2005) and Nicolai’s Lustigen Weiber (2013), the RCS Opera department completes its operatic/Shakespearean Merry Wives/Falstaff ‘ trilogy’ with Vaughan Williams’ colourful and lyrical Sir John in Love.