The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden has announced its 2022/23 season, featuring some Rayfield Allied artists in a variety of exciting productions.
Aida, 25 September 2022 - 1 June 2023
Former Jette Parker Young Artist Francesca Chiejina returns to Covent Garden as the High Priestess in Robert Carsen’s exciting new production of Verdi’s Aida conducted by Mark Elder and Antonio Pappano.
La bohème, 14 October - 17 November 2022
Michael Mofidian returns to the Covent Garden stage as a guest in the role of Colline for Richard Jones’s production of Puccini’s La bohème, conducted by Kevin John Edusei for six performances on 14, 17, 20 October then 5, 9, 12 November 2022.
New Crystal Pite, 18 October - 3 November 2022
Francesca Chiejina will be the vocal soloist for Crystal Pite’s world premiere full-length re-working of her critically acclaimed ballet Flight Pattern
which won an Olivier Award in 2017. The production will be conducted by Zoi Tsokanou with music by Henryk Mikolaj Górecki.
Alcina, 8 – 24 November 2022
Baroque specialist Christian Curnyn returns to Covent Garden to conduct a new staging of Handel’s Alcina directed by Richard Jones.
Tosca, 28 November – 21 December 2022
Tenor Gwyn Hughes Jones will play Cavardossi in director Jonathan Kent’s classic staging of Puccini’s Tosca at the start of the run for five performances from 28th November to 10th December 2022, conducted by Daniel Oren.
Wozzeck, 19 May – 7 June 2023
Tenor Sam Furness will take to the mainstage of the Royal Opera House in the role of Andres for all five performances of Berg’s Wozzeck. A vivid new production staged by award-winning director Deborah Warner, conducted by Antonio Pappano.
Werther, 20 June - 4 July 2023
Christophe Mortagne will take on the role of Schmidt for the full run of Massenet’s Werther, directed by Benoît Jacquot and conducted by Antonio Pappano which opens on Tuesday 20th June 2023.