Covent

Some articles on covent:

Alfred Mellon
... orchestras, and afterwards became leader of the ballet at the Royal Italian Opera, Covent Garden ... and Harrison English Opera Company, who in 1859 produced his opera, "Victorine", at Covent Garden ... of the Promenade Concerts, which for several seasons were given under his name at Covent Garden ...
Graeme Danby - Royal Opera House Covent Garden
... performs regularly at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden ... In Spring 2005, he sang the major role of Charrington in Loren Maazel's Covent Garden commission of 1984, a part written especially for him ... In 2006, he sang the role of Sacristano in Covent Garden's production of Tosca, alongside Angela Gheorghiu, Marcello Alvarez and Bryn Terfel ...
The Weeding Of Covent Garden
... The Weeding of the Covent Garden, or the Middlesex Justice of Peace, alternatively titled The Covent Garden Weeded, is a Caroline era stage play, a comedy written by Richard Brome that was first. 1632, when the development of Covent Garden was a public controversy ... The Weeding of Covent Garden was first published in the 1659 octavo volume Five New Plays, a collection of Brome's dramas issued by the booksellers Andrew Crooke and Henry Brome ...
Bonaventura Bottone - Royal Opera House Covent Garden
... Bonaventura Bottone's numerous appearances at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden include Der Rosenkavalier (Italian Singer) Die Fledermaus (Alfred) Les Huguenots (Rao ... Bottone also took part in Dame Joan Sutherland's farewell appearance at Covent Garden ...
Sylvia Fisher - To England, 1947
... She joined the Covent Garden resident company in 1948 and rapidly gained approval. 9 December 1952 was Isolde in the great Covent Garden revival of Tristan und Isolde ... In 1956 she was the Kostelnicka in the new Covent Garden production of Janáček's Jenůfa, a role she sang with distinction for over 20 years ...