Perhaps more than any other classical music genre, opera seems to divide people into two categories: those who adore it and those who can’t stand it. The extreme emotions, the complicated plots, the omnipresent music can become an argument for either party, as “uplifting” can easily be viewed as “absurd”. Still, there is a ground where opera fans and detesters meet, and even share happy humming: the bits sung not by an (ear-screeching) coloratura soprano or an (inhumanly low) bass, but by the usually reasonable groups of ordinary people – that is, by the chorus.
As such, the European Union Choir is proud to present the opera concert dedicated to some of the best choral parts ever to have found their way into an opera score. READ MORE...
An evening of amazing spectacle, horsemanship and music to the accompaniment of one of the greatest composers of all time, Beethoven! To know more...