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


  1. DIRECTOR'S PRESENTATION - Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin

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

    Wed 21 Mar 2018, 6.45pm

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

    Director Oliver Mears talks through the inspiration behind this new production, and conductor Stuart Stratford discusses Tchaikovsky's radiant score. Samuel Dale Johnson (Onegin) and Natalya Romaniw (Tatyana) give a taste of the music.

    Supported by the Alexander Gibson Circle & Scottish Opera's Play a Supporting Role appeal. 

  2. Opera Study Day: Eugene Onegin

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

    Sat 24 Mar, 10.30am-3.30pm

    Tickets: £25 per person, including lunch with wine

    Eugene Onegin, introduced by Dr Myra Soutar


  1. Patrons’ Dinner with Director of Opera at Royal Opera House, Oliver Mears


    Theatre Royal Glasgow, Hope Street, Glasgow 

    Tuesday 24 April 2018, 7pm

    Tickets: £95 including sparkling wine and canapé reception, three-course dinner, including wine and coffee, and the opportunity to hear from Eugene Onegin  Director Oliver Mears about his life at Covent Garden and, more broadly, about his inspiration when staging opera.

    Graham Broadbent, who sings the role of Prince Gremin in Eugene Onegin, will perform.


  1. Lunch and listen: Aberdeen

    The Royal Northern and University Club, 9 Albyn Place, Aberdeen, AB10 1YE

    Sat 12 May, 12.30pm

    Tickets: £25 per person, including lunch with wine

    Jonathan Swinard, chorus master, Eugene Onegin.

  2. Lunch and Listen: Edinburgh

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

    Sat 26 May, 12.30pm

    Tickets: £25 per person, including buffet lunch with wine

    Enjoy a performance from Scottish Opera Emerging Artist Catherine Backhouse (Mezzo-soprano)