• Saturday 11 March 2023 at 7.00pm

    Verdi Requiem Soprano Soloist

    Opus 48, Oxford

    Verdi stands as one of the greatest composers of all time; opera after opera remaining as some of the most popular music performed around the world, and for good reason. He brings all these dramatic powers to the incredible Requiem, with exquisite, powerful and demanding writing for both soloists and the choir. As, famously, John Eliot-Gardiner did with the work, Opus 48 under Music Director David Crown will be performing with an historically-informed orchestra. Every detail is laid bare, the emotion comes shockingly off the page as soloists, choir and orchestra take the audience on a huge journey within the evening. There are few pieces that have the raw power to do this, and as Opus 48 enters its fifth season, David Crown felt the choir was ready to fully do justice to this extraordinary work. With international soloists, you cannot miss what will be a tumultuous and searing performance.

  • Saturday 8 July 2023 at 7.30pm

    Das Rheingold in Concert

    Orchestra of the Music Makers, Singapore

    Orchestra of the Music Makers

    Sat, 8 July 2023

    Esplanade Concert Hall, Singapore

    Teng Xiang Ting, Woglinde
    Victoria Songwei Li, Wellgunde
    Anna Harvey, Floßhilde and Erda
    Peter Sidhom, Alberich
    Caitlin Hulcup, Fricka
    Greer Grimsley, Wotan
    Anita Watson, Freia
    Yorck Felix Speer, Fasolt
    Lukasz Konieczny, Fafner
    Florian Thomas, Froh
    Michael Lam, Donner
    Tuomas Katajala, Loge
    Adrian Dwyer, Mime


    Building on the critical success of Die Walküre in 2020, OMM presents the long-overdue Singapore premiere of Das Rheingold, semi-staged, in the Esplanade Concert Hall. A stellar cast led by Greer Grimsley as Wotan, Tuomas Katajala as Loge, and Peter Sidhom as Alberich will weave a fantastical tale of gods, giants, and the magic all-powerful ring.

    Sung in German with English surtitles


    Anita Watson, Freia

Anita Watson as Countess for Welsh National Opera
Photo: Richard Hubert Smith