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The Glyndebourne Opera Cup Semi-final - gallery

Images from the Glyndebourne Opera Cup Semi-final performances.

A selection of photos from the Glyndebourne Opera Cup semi-final.

Discovering the opera stars of tomorrow at the semi-final of The Glyndebourne Opera Cup.

Photographer: Richard Hubert Smith

Baritone Dominic Sedgwick and pianist Matthew Fletcher

Soprano Jessica Harper and pianist Ashok Gupta

Mezzo-soprano Olga Syniakova and pianist Ben-San Lau

Soprano Maya Kherani

Tenor Eric Ferring and pianist Matthew Fletcher

Soprano Meigui Zhang

Soprano Federica Di Trapani

Mezzo-Soprano Siphokazi Molteno

 Soprano Miriam Kutrowatz and pianist Ashok Gupta

Baritone Timothy Murray and pianist Ben-San Lau

Soprano Maria Chabounia

Mezzo-Soprano Valerie Eickhoff and pianist Matthew Fletcher

Tenor Sungho Kim

Soprano Lauren Margison and pianist Matthew Fletcher

Soprano Alexandra Lowe

Bass-Baritone Gabriel Rollinson

Soprano Johanna Wallroth

Tenor John Matthew Myers and pianist Matthew Fletcher

Mezzo-Soprano Evgenia Asanova and pianist Ben-San Lau

Baritone Edward Nelson

The jury selected these six amazing singers to sing in the Glyndebourne Opera Cup Final.

Here they are with the Opera Cup’s honorary president, Dame Janet Baker. Left to right: Sungho Kim, Edward Nelson, Meigui Zhang, Siphokazi Molteno,
Dame Janet Baker, Alexandra Lowe and Eric Ferring.

Tickets are available now for the Final at Glyndebourne

The Final will be broadcast live on Sky Arts on 7 March 2020.

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