Please browse below for details of our upcoming Supporters' events.

To book and for further information please contact Anne Higgins on 0141 242 0599 (office hours) or email

October

November

December

  1. CHRISTMAS PARTY

    Festival Theatre Edinburgh, 13/29 Nicolson Street, Edinburgh EH8 9FT

    Sun 2 Dec 2018, 3pm

    Tickets: £25 per person, including drinks and nibbles

     Enjoy an afternoon performance from Scottish Opera’s 2018/19 Emerging Artists.

  2. DIRECTOR’S PRESENTATION: Anthropocene

    Scottish Opera Production Studios, 40 Edington Street, Glasgow G4 9RD

    Thu 13 Dec 2018, 6.45pm

    Tickets: £25 per person per presentation and include drinks, finger food and the opportunity to meet the speakers and see the set.

    Composer, Stuart MacRae, and librettist, Louise Welsh, introduce their fourth collaboration for Scottish Opera: a gripping new work set in the frozen Arctic wastelands. Director Matthew Richardson is also on hand to share his thoughts and ideas on directing Anthropocene. Conductor and Scottish Opera Music Director, Stuart Stratford, will speak about the challenges and joys of conducting this world premiere. 

    Members of the Anthropocene cast will give a preview of the music from the production. 

    Supported by Scottish Opera’s New Commissions Circle

January

  1. Emerging Artists in Concert

    The Balcony foyer, Theatre Royal, 282 Hope Street, Glasgow G2 3QA

    Sun 20 Jan 2019, 3pm

    Tickets: £25 per person and include drinks and nibbles. 

    Join our 2018/19 Emerging Artists Lucy Anderson (soprano), Alexey Gusev (baritone) and Erika Gundesen (piano) for an exclusive performance in the Theatre Royal Balcony foyer.

February

  1. DIRECTOR’S PRESENTATION: Janáček's Kátya Kabanová.

    Scottish Opera Production Studios, 40 Edington Street, Glasgow G4 9RD

    Tue 19 Feb 2019, 6.45pm

     

    Tickets: £25 per person including drinks, finger food and the opportunity to meet the speakers and see the set. 

    Renowned British Director Stephen Lawless speaks about bringing his trademark theatricality to Janáček's intense drama. Stuart Stratford, Conductor, discusses the heartrending and sweeping score.

    Members of the cast will perform excerpts from the opera. 

    A new co-production with Theater Magdeburg |Supported by The Scottish Opera Syndicate

  2. Opera Study Day: Kátya Kabanová

    Scottish Opera, 39 Elmbank Crescent, Glasgow, G2 4PT

    Sat 16 Feb 2019, 10.30am - 3.30pm

    Tickets: £25 per person, and include lunch with wine. 

    Kátya Kabanová, introduced by Dr Michael Dawes. 

April

  1. OPERA STUDY DAY: THE MAGIC FLUTE

    OPERA STUDY DAY: THE MAGIC FLUTE

    Scottish Opera, 39 Elmbank Crescent, Glasgow, G2 4PT

    Sat 13 Apr 2019, 10.30am - 3.30pm

    Tickets: £25 per person, and include lunch with wine. 

    The Magic Flute, introduced by Dr Myra Souter

June

  1. Lunch and Listen: Jeni Bern

    The Royal Northern and University Club, 9 Albyn Place, Aberdeen Ab10 1YE

    Sat 1 Jun 2019, 12.30pm

    Meet Jenni Bern, soprano, First Lady in Scottish Opera's Summer production of The Magic Flute

  2. Lunch and Listen: Adrian Thompson

    Festival Theatre, 13/29 Nicolson Street, Edinburgh EH8 9FT

    Sat 15 Jun 2019, 3pm

    Tickets £20, including buffet lunch and wine

    Meet Adrian Thompson, tenor, who sings the role of Monostratos in Scottish Opera's latest production of Mozart's The Magic Flute