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Openings Summer 2016

Over the summer season Wyn Davies will be conducting two operas for the New Zealand Opera company, The Magic Flute, opening May 28th and La Traviata, from 14th July.

In the UK, The Philharmonia Orchestra opens an exploration of Stravinsky’s Journeys at the Royal Festival Hall on May 26th, directed by Irina BrownBill Dudley is designing a new production of Ross, Terence Rattigan’s 1960 play about T.E.Lawrence, opening 3rd June at the Chichester Festival Theatre and the ENO’s production of Jenufa opens 23rd June, with sets designed by Charles Edwards.

At the London Almeida Richard III opens June 14th, staring Ralph Fiennes and Vanessa Redgrave, with lighting by Jon Clark. Jon will also be lighting The Exterminating Angel in Salzburg, opening its world premiere July 28th (opening at the ROH, Metropolitan Opera and Det Kolongie Opera in 2017). Also in Salzburg, a new production of Cosi Fan Tutte opens 29th July, with costumes designed by Mark Bouman.

In Dublin, Davy Cunningham is lighting The Constant Wife for The Gate Theatre, opening 16th June, followed by Turandot at the Bregenz festival, opening 22nd July.

Finally, Chris Ellis will be lighting a reproduction of the Welsh National Opera’s The House of The Dead, opening at the Savonlinna Opera Festival in Finland on 23rd July.

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