Join us at London's iconic Royal Opera House for Puccini's thrilling Tosca, featuring Kristine Opolais, Angela Gheorghiu, Vittorio Grigòlo, Bryn Terfel and Marco Vratogna as lead roles. Jonathan Kent's production, perfectly evokes the troubled atmosphere of Rome in 1800 and Tosca's combination of sensuality and sincerity. Enjoy some of the best seats in the house, along with a selection of canapés and small dishes pre-performance, during and after the show. The evening will be complemented by a tasting of R de Ruinart 2010, Ruinart Blanc de Blancs, and Cheval des Andes. Tickets also include an exclusive chance to meet performers after the show.
Puccini portrays the idealism of Tosca and her lover Cavaradossi through radiant, expansive music, including Act I's duet 'Qual occhio al mondo', Cavaradossi's ardent aria 'Recondita armonia' and Tosca's despairing Act II prayer 'Vissi d'arte'. Scarpia's music, by contrast, is dark and terrifying - from the demonic chords that open the opera to the violence of his Act II exchanges with Tosca.
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The event starts at 6:30pm; performance begins at 7:30pm. Performance duration: 3 hours, including 2 intervals. Bookings subject to availability