I run a choir in Stockton and myself and some of the members were involved with your Will Todd Fell Ponies project a few years ago at Middlesbrough Town Hall. These choir members still talk about how much they enjoyed being involved with the project…(and) how much they felt they achieved through participation and loved the concert at Middlesbrough Town Hall.
Patron: Dame Josephine Barstow
For over ten years InterOpera has enabled its Durham Dales audiences to experience the finest music in the world and through music to reach a higher awareness of the world, its issues and its opportunities. Under the experienced baton of Alistair Dawes, world-class artists drawn from the UK’s major opera houses, have brought live opera to a mix of rural and cosmopolitan audiences including people who have never experienced live opera before, as well as opera-lovers unable to access high-quality opera because they live in remote rural places or find accessing opera difficult in other ways.
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Projects and outreach work are used in many diverse ways:
- attracting new audiences
- promoting important themes and charities
- raising awareness of current and important issues in targeted communities
Blending international and emerging artists with local performers and creators, our aims are:
We use a wide range of venues and offer educational projects to dovetail with our productions. These projects build understanding alongside a sense of ownership and develop abilities and talents at all levels and ages.
Using contacts forged during Maestro Dawes' career at The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden and at International Houses, expertise and imagination link hands with local enthusiasm and drive to produce our varied and polished performances.
Each event is individually and imaginatively designed to extend the experience of live operatic performance to new audiences and participants.
If you would like to discuss a project, please contact us.