Barbara Hannigan is Music Director of the 2019 Ojai Music Festival; LUDWIG Orchestra ensemble-in-residence and Equilibrium artists-in-residence. The Ojai Music Festival is June 6-9, 2019.
Barbara toured throughout Europe with semi-staged concerts of The Rake’s Progress with performances in Munich (14 and 15 May), Paris (20 May), Amsterdam (23 May), Dortmund (25 May), Dresden (27 May) and conclude in Hamburg (29 May). The Rake’s Progress cast featured singers from her mentoring initiative, Equilibrium Young Artists. Anne Trulove – Sofie Asplund Tom Rakewell – Gyula Rab …
Barbara Hannigan is music director of the 73rd edition of the Ojai Music Festival. 70 artists, 30 events, 3 free community concerts, 2 US premieres, 4 days… get your tickets before they are gone! Tickets
Throughout May, Barbara, LUDWIG and Equilibrium Young Artists tour throughout Europe with performances of The Rake’s Progress. This semi-staged contemporary production will travel to Munich (14 and 15 May), Paris (20 May), Amsterdam (23 May), Dortmund (25 May), Dresden (27 May) and conclude in Hamburg (29 May).
Barbara Hannigan and LUDWIG gave two performances of Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress at the Klarafestival on 25 and 26 March, featuring singers from Equilibrium Young Artists.
Inspired by Faust’s story of temptation, lust and decline, Barbara conducted this semi-staged contemporary production in collaboration with stage director and lighting designer Linus Fellbom.
Three nominations for the 2019 International Opera Award
Barbara Hannigan conducts her first opera in Gothenburg: The Rake’s Progress by Igor Stravinsky. This semi-staged production by director Linus Fellbom features the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, the Gothenburg Symphony Vocal Ensemble and singers from Barbara Hannigan’s Equilibrium Young Artists mentoring initiative. The opera production premières on 12 December in the Gothenburg Concert Hall with further performances on 14 and 15 …
Barbara Hannigan is Bérénice in the Opéra national de Paris world premiere by Michael Jarrell.
Following the highly acclaimed world premiere at London’s Royal Opera House, Lessons in Love and Violence travelled to Amsterdam to the Dutch National Opera as part of the Holland Festival, with Barbara as Queen Isabel.
Lessons in Love and Violence is the latest collaboration between composer George Benjamin and playwright Martin Crimp. Their previous work includes the large-scale opera Written on Skin – which has since become the most performed new opera of the 21st century. The world premiere of Lessons in Love and Violence opened at London’s Royal Opera House on May 10th. The …