Royal Academy Opera

Royal Academy Opera has an outstanding reputation for training some of the most talented singers for professional operatic careers.

 
Our programme for advanced singers provides a highly focused study period in which singers work closely with the Academy’s distinguished singing professors and prestigious visiting artists and gain unrivalled performance experience.

The Academy offers Principal Study at the level of Advanced Diploma to postgraduate singers and répétiteurs who demonstrate exceptional talent in the field of opera.

Royal Academy Opera: Your Experience

Répétiteur: Your Experience

See also: Performance, the central driving force behind all Academy studies

 

Contact

Nicola Candlish, Opera Administrator
Telephone 020 7873 7483 / Email [email protected]

Jane Glover

Head of Royal Academy Opera: Jane Glover

Has conducted all the major UK opera houses and many prestigious venues throughout the world, including Covent Garden and New York Met

Conducted the world premiere of Peter Maxwell Davies's Kommilitonen! in the Academy

Many recordings of symphonic, choral and operatic repertoire

Author of the acclaimed book Mozart's Women

Former Governor of the BBC

Latest Blog

Opera planning

20.03.2014

We have just enjoyed the first night of Royal Academy Opera’s Ariodante — the only one of Handel’s many operas...

Upcoming Events

Vocal Masterclass with Sir Thomas Allen

Tuesday, 03.02.2015 14:30, Duke’s Hall

International operatic baritone and Visiting Professor of Singing at the Academy.

Vocal Masterclass with Richard Berkeley-Steele

Wednesday, 11.02.2015 14:00, David Josefowitz Recital Hall

International dramatic tenor.

Royal Academy Opera: The Rake's Progress

Thursday, 12.03.2015 19:00, Sir Jack Lyons Theatre

Royal Academy Opera presents the last great work from Stravinsky’s neo-classical period, The Rake’s Progress.

Royal Academy Opera: The Rake's Progress

Friday, 13.03.2015 19:00, Sir Jack Lyons Theatre

Royal Academy Opera presents the last great work from Stravinsky's neo-classical period, The Rake's Progress.

Royal Academy Opera: The Rake's Progress

Monday, 16.03.2015 19:00, Sir Jack Lyons Theatre

Royal Academy Opera presents the last great work from Stavinsky's neo-classical period, The Rake's Progress.

Royal Academy Opera: The Rake's Progress

Tuesday, 17.03.2015 19:00, Sir Jack Lyons Theatre

Royal Academy Opera presents the last great work from Stravinsky’s neo-classical period, The Rake’s Progress.

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