Scottish Opera’s Campbeltown date

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World class opera singers will hit the high notes in Victoria hall this month.

As part of a tour to remoter parts of Scotland, offering something for everyone, from opera first timers to seasoned fans, the national company’s Highlights Autumn tour will visit Campbeltown on Tuesday, October 17.

Head of Music Derek Clark has curated a varied programme including favourites from Rossini’s Barber of Seville, Mozart’s Così fan tutte and Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Gondoliers, as well as lesser known gems rarely performed on the Scottish stage.

In addition Opera Highlights also features the world premiere of a work created especially for the tour by Scottish Opera’s new emerging artist composer in residence Samuel Bordoli.

The cast and creative team are: soprano: Lucy Hall, mezzo-soprano:        Kate Howden, tenor: William Morgan, baritone: Alexey Gusev, Music director/pianist: Elizabeth Rowe, director: Jack Furness, composer in residence: Samuel Bordoli and curator: Derek Clark.

Adult tickets are: £12, children and concessions: £5 with booking through Aqualibrium.

William Morgan and Lucy Hall in Opera Highlights. NO_c40scottishopera04_William_Morgan_Lucy_Hall