Hubbard premiere steals the show

I’m still buzzing after last night’s exciting concert with Winscombe Chorale and organist, Mark Hackerson, directed by Ian Hubbard, in the beautiful St Mary’s Church, Yatton.

Haydn’s Little Organ Mass went beautifully and it was a real treat for me to also share Michael Head’s “The Singer” and Handel’s “Let the Bright Seraphim” with a very generous and appreciative audience.

The highlight of the night though was the premiere of Ian Hubbard’s “Venite, Exultemus Domino”, due to be published by Banks in June, which raised the roof and showed the choir at its absolute best.

Boheme at the Rondo

The Rondo Theatre was the final destination for Bath Opera‘s touring production of La Boheme last night. It’s been a wonderful run and a real privilege to work with such a talented cast & crew. Not least, a huge thank you to the hundreds of people who came along over the weeks to play the most important role – our lovely audience!

Boheme on tour

Huge thanks to the Beaufort Theatre in Ebbw Vale this evening for hosting Bath Opera’s second performance of La Boheme. What a great venue for performing arts in the heart of the community, and a warm welcome from an enthusiastic audience.

It’s almost curtain-up time in this backstage snap of (L-R) Luke, Rick, Anthony, Dai, Julia and me (aka Rudolfo, Schaunard, Marcello, Colline, Mimi and Musetta).

There are still a few tickets left for tomorrow’s show at the Blakehay in Weston-super-Mare.