Royal Albert Hall home for La Boheme

Date Posted: 24/09/2013

La Bohème, the opera by Giacomo Puccini, will play 14 performances at the Royal Albert Hall in London next year, beginning on 27th February and running until 9th March.

Billed as a masterpiece of doomed love and tragic passion, La Bohème is directed by Francesca Zambello, and for the first time will be sung in Italian with English subtitles.

The cast comprises Jessica Rose Cambio, Alyson Cambridge, Danielle Pastin, Sean Pannikar, Rame Lahaj and James Edwards, plus others. They will be accompanied by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Oliver Gooch.

Staged fully in-the-round, the production is set to transform the Royal Albert Hall into 1940s Paris, depicting vibrant café society, the bitter cold of the police checkpoint and the harsh reality of the student’s stark surroundings.

La Bohème includes some of Puccini’s arias, including Che gelida manina, Si, Mi chiamano Mimi and O soave fanciulla.

School trip organisers will find group rates available for Tuesday to Thursday performances when booking for parties of ten or more people.

For further school trip information contact:
020-7838 3100 

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