It is with very great sadness that Northern Ireland Opera has learnt of the untimely death of one of the world’s greatest opera artists Dmitri Hvorostovsky, who demonstrated a unique talent that was completely captivating and life-affirming. All those who saw him perform were fortunate, and his passing is a reminder to treasure the things and people that can enhance our world.
We regret to announce that Anna Devin will no longer be singing in the upcoming production of Mozart’s Così fan tutte due to illness. However, we are delighted to welcome Australian soprano Kiandra Howarth to make her debut with the company as Fiordiligi. read more
Our Grand Voices! was a Northern Ireland Opera Outreach Project, specially created for Belfast City Council’s Positive Ageing Month initiative. This singing workshop was open to anyone over the age of 60, regardless of singing ability, to come together, sing together and perform together. read more
As part of this year’s Culture Night we were very excited to welcome over 80 babies (and many more parents and guardians) to the Grand Opera House for another day of Northern Ireland Opera’s Little Lullabies! read more
After its great success at Belfast BabyDay and Young At Art’s Belfast Children’s Festival, Northern Ireland Opera’s ‘Little Lullabies’ returns as part of Culture Night Belfast this Friday 22 September, supported by National Lottery funding through the Arts Council of Northern Ireland. read more