WOCo’s 10th Anniversary Season - La Traviata

Celebrate 10 years of nurturing operatic talent

Join us on 31st July and 2nd August where WOCo will be celebrating its 10th anniversary. 10 years of supporting artists and production team members on the cusp of their professional operatic careers, providing enchanting opera for audiences in London and South West France.

You can reserve tickets here by scrolling down the screen to select your preferred date. With Musical Direction by Guy Hopkins, Direction by Stephen Taylor and with Christina Lemon as our Designer for the second year, this production promises, 'a toast to the pleasures of life' and an intimate portrayal of love and tragedy. The production is now fully cast with Rannveig Karadottir in the role of Violetta and Peter Aisher as Alfredo. We are delighted that 10 emerging artists are returning for their second opportunity on the WOCo stage. It will be a treat to see their ongoing development in this year's sumptuous production. An additional 13 singers, players and production team members are also joining the Emerging Artists Programme for the first time. We're delighted to welcome such a strong company to bring La Traviata to life for WOCO's 10th Anniversary celebrations. 

Support the operatic talent of the future

Find out how you can support these stunning professionals and make a real difference to their careers in opera by donating to our Anniversary Season fundraising campaign. Simply click on the link to sponsor an Emerging Artist, become a friend or WOCo or support in a range of other ways.  

SUMMER/ÉTÉ 2019

Details of WOCo's 11th Season in 2019 will be posted here in the autumn

YOUR VISIT

Booking, picnicing and directions:
Everything you need to know for your visit


Emerging Artists

Opportunities for newly established singers, players and production team members

News

All the latest news can be found here including details of our recent production of Verdi's La Traviata of which one audience member said, 'What an altogether marvellous evening with fabulous singers and orchestra.'