OXPIP and New Chamber Opera present: Galuppi's La Diavolessa
We are pleased to announce that once again OXPIP is inviting guests to attend a performance by the New Chamber Opera on Tuesday 6th July 2020, in the Warden's Garden, New College, Oxford.
However, please note that due to the changing COVID-19 situation, the organisation and management of the venues is subject to change. Currently the intention is to perform in the Warden's Garden in a new seating arrangement; perform in a large marquee if wet; and eat in the Cloisters.
18:00 - 22:30
New College, Holywell St, Oxford OX1 3BN, UK
New Chamber Opera presents:
La Diavolessa (The She-Devil)
Conducted by Steven Devine; Directed by Michael Burden
In a new edition by Michael Burden and translation by Simon Rees.
This opera is in three acts and was premiered in November 1755 at the Teatro San Samuele, Venice. It portrays a complicated love story involving a search for treasure with several suspects and many misunderstandings.
The title (in English ‘The She-Devil’) refers to a couple of the characters who disguise themselves as devils in order to scare and force another couple into helping them find the treasure.
There are lively discussions about the role of women, class distinctions, and various other topics.
For a more detailed description, please click here.
Tickets cost £44, including a pre-performance glass of wine
50% of the cost of the tickets booked through OXPIP go directly to OXPIP
18.00: Drinks in the Cloisters
18.30: Opera Part 1 in The Warden's Garden
Picnic Interval in the Cloisters (approximately 75 minutes)
Followed by: Opera Part 2 in The Warden's Garden
As always, this will be a delightful evening as well as a significant fundraiser for OXPIP and we are extremely grateful to NCO for continuing to support us through this annual event.
Tickets are limited so they will be allocated on receipt of payment on a first come, first served basis.
Please bring your own food and drink for the picnic; tables and chairs are provided.
If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01865 778034