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      Sunday, 09 August
      12:00
      The Fisherman and his Wife
      Kings Place: St Pancras Room, 90 York Way, London, N1 9AG
      The Fisherman and his Wife is a new comic puppet opera for children. The Fisherman is struggling to put food on the table and his life is further complicated by his cruel wife. When he finds a talking fish that can grant wishes, the Fisherman’s life changes very quickly ... but is all what it seems?
      Music: Eralys Fernandez; Words: Alexander Winfield
      Soprano: Maya Sapone; Puppeteer: Alexander Winfield

      Saturday, 08 August
      14:30
      The Fisherman and his Wife (Puppet Opera)
      Kings Place: St Pancras Room, 90 York Way, London, N1 9AG
      The Fisherman and his Wife is a new comic puppet opera for children. The Fisherman is struggling to put food on the table and his life is further complicated by his cruel wife. When he finds a talking fish that can grant wishes, the Fisherman’s life changes very quickly ... but is all what it seems?
      Music: Eralys Fernandez; Words: Alexander Winfield
      Soprano: Maya Sapone; Puppeteer: Alexander Winfield

      Friday, 07 August
      19:50
      The Doll Behind The Curtain
      Kings Place Hall 1, 90 York Way, London, N1 9AG
      The Doll Behind the Curtain is the first Iranian opera with an English libretto. A haunting story of an Iranian student’s all-consuming obsession with a beautiful shop mannequin, it explores the dissonance, both musical and cultural, between East and West and tradition and modernity. An innovative, psychological work of musical theatre.
      Music: Amir Mahyar Tafreshipour; Words: Dominic Power; Director: Maya Sapone; Conductor: Darragh Morgan; Stage Designer: Elina Pieridou; Artistic Consultant: Andrew Hilton
      Cast: Mehrdad - Thys Bowden, tenor; Bita - Maya Sapone, soprano; Maître - Robert Gildon, baritone; Tombeau - Steven East, bass; Mother - Melanie Lodge, mezzo-soprano; Father - Thomas Humphreys, baritone; Giselle - Lily Scott, soprano; Doll - Jessica Hill, dancer

      Thursday, 06 August
      19:50
      The Doll Behind The Curtain
      Kings Place Hall 1, 90 York Way, London, N1 9AG
      The Doll Behind the Curtain is the first Iranian opera with an English libretto. A haunting story of an Iranian student’s all-consuming obsession with a beautiful shop mannequin, it explores the dissonance, both musical and cultural, between East and West and tradition and modernity. An innovative, psychological work of musical theatre.
      Music: Amir Mahyar Tafreshipour; Words: Dominic Power; Director: Maya Sapone; Conductor: Darragh Morgan; Stage Designer: Elina Pieridou; Artistic Consultant: Andrew Hilton
      Cast: Mehrdad - Thys Bowden, tenor; Bita - Maya Sapone, soprano; Maître - Robert Gildon, baritone; Tombeau - Steven East, bass; Mother - Melanie Lodge, mezzo-soprano; Father - Thomas Humphreys, baritone; Giselle - Lily Scott, soprano; Doll - Jessica Hill, dancer

      Saturday, 30 November
      19:30
      Amazon Art Cello Ensemble Concert
      St Paul's, Church Road, East Molesey, KT8 9DR, Surrey
      Programme: Heitor Villa-Lobos 'Bachianas Brasileiras No. 1 & No. 5'; Ivan Hussey 'Alma Brasileira'
      Diego Carneiro Conductor & Cello; Maya Sapone Soprano


      Saturday, 30 November
      16:00
      Open from 31/10-30/11 ICONS & IDOLS - Mostra multimediale di Marta Czok e Jacek Ludwig Scarso con Elastic Theatre
      Indirizzo: La Pelanda - Piazza Orazio Giustiniani 4 - 00153 Roma
      La mostra ICONS & IDOLS presso La Pelanda, Centro di Produzione Culturale del MACRO Testaccio di Roma, rappresenta un percorso interdisciplinare che mette a confronto sacro e profano - una collaborazione fra Marta Czok e Jacek Ludwig Scarso con la compagnia Elastic Theatre di Londra. Attraverso opere pittoriche e installazioni multimediali, lo spettatore viene accompagnato in un viaggio quasi onirico e al tempo stesso concreto, focalizzato sulla realtà che ci circonda così come sui nostri pensieri più intimi. Con un approccio ricco di umorismo, le opere di ciascun artista si intrecciano tra di loro in un’ambientazione che ricorda quella degli spazi sacri. Se da un lato Marta Czok si ispira alle icone e agli idoli di ieri e di oggi nella sua analisi della società contemporanea, l’interpretazione di Jacek Ludwig Scarso ed Elastic Theatre si concetra sul sacro come linguaggio narrativo denso di ambiguità. Icons & Idols è un’esperienza immersiva, da vivere come un viaggio in un paese misterioso ma curiosamente familiare.
      SPECIAL OPENING Giovedì 31 Ottobre 2013 ore 18.00 con una performance live art di Maya Sapone (soprano) e Nicolas Simeha (baritono).
      Mostra a cura di Barbara Codogno Progetto La Volpe e L’Uva. Coordinamento ROMBERG Servizi. Periodo 31 Ottobre 2013 - 30 Novembre 2013 Orari: da Martedì a Domenica 16-22. Lunedì chiuso .

      Saturday, 16 November
      19:30
      The Voice of Tango: An Evening of Tango Music and Dance
      Venue: Bolivar Hall, 54 Grafton Way, London W1T 5DL. Tube: Warren Street on Northern and Victoria Lines.
      Music by Astor Piazzolla, Saul Cosentino, Ariel Ramirez, Carlos Gardel, Anibal Troilo and arrangements and original music by Eralys Fernandez.
      Featuring: Maya Sapone (soprano); 
Martino Scovacricchi (sax & cello); 
Eralys Fernandez (piano); 
Flavio de Brito and Tanguera Dance Company
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      Tickets: £15.00/Online Bookings: http://www.wegottickets.com/event/235700

      Sunday, 27 October
      19:30
      Rough for Opera, Second Movement - The Doll Behind the Curtain
      The Cockpit Theatre, Gateforth Street, London NW8 8EH.
      Rough for Opera returns to the Cockpit Theatre on 27th October for its sixth edition with first looks at two new operas about infatuation, unrequited love and the dilemma of attraction by composers Amir Tafreshipour and Kate Whitley and Q & A’s from Prof. Paul Barker (RCSSD).
      The Doll Behind the Curtain. Music: Amir Tafreshipour. Libretto: Dominic Power (adapted from the short story of the same name by Sadegh Hedayat). Director: Maya Sapone. Q & A with Prof. Paul Barker (Royal Central School of Speech and Drama).
      The Doll Behind the Curtain is a modern operatic staged adaptation of Sadegh Hedayat’s short story of the same title. It is an intense, imaginative story of a young man’s fascination for a silent statue behind a boutique window. Captivated by her mysterious beauty, he carries the statue back to Iran, where his infatuation and inner conflict leads him to an act which will destroy his own life and the life of his fiancée who has struggled to compete with her silent rival.

      Friday, 07 June
      Film: JULIUS - A Multi-Media Work by Elastic Theatre
      Spitalfields Festival 7-23 June 2013
      Elastic Theatre, directed by Jacek Ludwig Scarso and winner of the 2012 Fringe Theatre Report Award for Best Theatre Company, presents it's first multi-media work: a coming of age story of intrusive thoughts and compulsive rituals. Supported by the Jerwood Charitable Foundation and by the Wellcome Trust, this is the first instalment of a project investigating the triggers of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, imaginatively depicted through film in a fusion of physical performance and contemporary opera. Created in collaboration with film production company Savage Mills to a new score by Ivan Hussey.
      Performers Maya Sapone, Nicolas Simeha, Chiara D'Anna, Adam Kirkham, Joachim Ciocca. Costume Design: Nadia Malik. Photographer: Ludovic Des Cognets. Film by Savage-Mills. Directed by Jacek Ludwig Scarso.
      Supported by The Wellcome Trust and Jerwood Charitable Foundation.

      Wednesday, 24 April
      19:45
      Marcelo Bratke - Piano Bach & Bachianas + TangOpera
      Southbank Centre’s Purcell Room, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XX
      Brazilian virtuoso pianist Marcelo Bratke plays a bravura programme juxtaposing the godfather of European classical music .JS. Bach’s Partitas with the new world exuberance of Villa-Lobos’ Bachianas.
      TangOpera (soprano Maya Sapone, and specialist Iberican pianist, Helen Glaisher-Hernández) open the evening showcasing the classical world of Latin American art song featuring works by Piazzolla, Villa Lobos and Santoro.
      Presented with ILAMS.

      Wednesday, 20 March
      19:30
      TangOpera: SONGS TO DIE FOR, Essential Latin American Art Songs
      Bolívar Hall
, 54 Grafton Way, 
London 
W1T 5DL
      TangOpera is a chamber ensemble showcasing the exuberant hidden world of Latin art song, featuring the dynamic voice of Maya Sapone. Songs To Die For presents their definitive guide to Latin America’s greatest classical melodies.
      Programme to include: Villa-Lobos, Santoro, Piazzolla, Ginastera, Guastavino, Ramirez.
      Featuring: Maya Sapone soprano, Ahmed Dickinson guitar, Diego Carneiro de Oliveira cello, Helen Glaisher-Hernández piano, Oli Savill percussions.

      Thursday, 21 February
      19:30
      TangOpera: SONGS TO DIE FOR, Essential Latin American Art Songs
      The Forge, 3-7 Delancey Street, Camden, London NW1 7NL.
      TangOpera is a chamber ensemble showcasing the exuberant hidden world of Latin art song, featuring the dynamic voice of Maya Sapone. Songs To Die For presents their definitive guide to Latin America’s greatest classical melodies.
      Programme to include: Villa-Lobos, Santoro, Piazzolla, Ginastera, Guastavino, Ramirez.
      Featuring: Maya Sapone soprano, Ahmed Dickinson guitar, Diego Carneiro de Oliveira cello, Helen Glaisher-Hernández piano, Oli Savill percussions.

      Wednesday, 16 January
      13:00
      Lunchtime Recital: SONGS TO DIE FOR
      St James’s Church, 197 Piccadilly, London W1J 9LL.
      ‘Songs to Die For’ Essential Latin American Art Songs To Stake Your Life On
      Maya Sapone soprano
      Helen Glaisher-Hernández piano

      Thursday, 13 September
      18:30
      JULIUS. A new multi-media work by Elastic Theatre. Live Performance (Free, booking essential).
      GV Art, 49 Chiltern Street, London W1U 6LY. Bookings: 020 84089800.
      Elastic Theatre, directed by Jacek Ludwig Scarso and winner of the 2012 Fringe Theatre Report Award for Best Theatre Company, presents it's first multi-media work: a coming of age story of intrusive thoughts and compulsive rituals. Supported by the Jerwood Charitable Foundation and by the Wellcome Trust, this is the first instalment of a project investigating the triggers of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, imaginatively depicted through film in a fusion of physical performance and contemporary opera. Created in collaboration with film production company Savage Mills to a new score by Ivan Hussey of Celloman, this exhibition is accompanied by a range of Events curated by Elastic Theatre and GV Art.
      Performers Maya Sapone, Nicolas Simeha, Chiara D'Anna, Adam Kirkham, Joachim Ciocca. Costume Design: Nadia Malik. Photographer: Ludovic Des Cognets. Film by Savage-Mills. Directed by Jacek Ludwig Scarso.
      Supported by The Wellcome Trust, Jerwood Charitable Foundation and GV Art.

      Thursday, 06 September
      18:30
      JULIUS. A new multi-media work by Elastic Theatre. Practical Workshop (Free, open to all levels).
      GV Art, 49 Chiltern Street, London W1U 6LY.
      Elastic Theatre, directed by Jacek Ludwig Scarso and winner of the 2012 Fringe Theatre Report Award for Best Theatre Company, presents it's first multi-media work: a coming of age story of intrusive thoughts and compulsive rituals. Supported by the Jerwood Charitable Foundation and by the Wellcome Trust, this is the first instalment of a project investigating the triggers of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, imaginatively depicted through film in a fusion of physical performance and contemporary opera. Created in collaboration with film production company Savage Mills to a new score by Ivan Hussey of Celloman, this exhibition is accompanied by a range of Events curated by Elastic Theatre and GV Art.
      Workshop Leaders: Jacek Ludwig Scarso and Maya Sapone.
      Supported by The Wellcome Trust, Jerwood Charitable Foundation and GV Art.

      Friday, 17 August
      19:10
      Tête a Tête: The Opera Festival 2012 presents INSEIN a Contemporary Opera inspired by the story of Burma.
      Riverside Studios (Studio 3), Crisp Road, Hammersmith, London W6 9RL. Box Office: 020 8237 1111
      An experimental political opera inspired by the story of Burma and its people. Powerful Spider is weaving a web of fear and intimidation which threatens humanity in its core. Living in fear and lies is so unbearable that to risk everything and break the web is the only alternative. Dedicated to Burma Campaign UK.
      Music: Chris Warner. 
Words: Eva Daníčková. 
Director: Maja Milatovic-Ovadia. 
Costume Design: Thein Than Min.
      Featuring soprano Maya Sapone, tenor Masashi Fujimoto and actress Safiah Hashim.

      Thursday, 16 August
      19:10
      Tête a Tête: The Opera Festival 2012 presents: INSEIN a Contemporary Opera inspired by the story of Burma.
      Riverside Studios (Studio 3), Crisp Road, Hammersmith, London W6 9RL. Box Office: 020 8237 1111
      An experimental political opera inspired by the story of Burma and its people. Powerful Spider is weaving a web of fear and intimidation which threatens humanity in its core. Living in fear and lies is so unbearable that to risk everything and break the web is the only alternative. Dedicated to Burma Campaign UK.
      Music: Chris Warner. 
Words: Eva Daníčková. 
Director: Maja Milatovic-Ovadia. 
Costume Design: Thein Than Min.
      Featuring soprano Maya Sapone, tenor Masashi Fujimoto and actress Safiah Hashim.

      Tuesday, 22 May
      19:30
      THE KING & I - UK TOUR (Tues 22 - Sat 26 May 2012)
      Grand Canal Theatre, Dublin (www.grandcanaltheatre.ie)
      Evenings: 7.30pm/Wed & Sat matinees: 2.30pm
      Music and Lyrics presents Curve Theatre Leicester’s production of THE KING AND I by Rodgers & Hammerstein.
      Starring Ramon Tikaram as The King of Siam and Josefina Gabrielle as Anna.

      Tuesday, 15 May
      19:30
      THE KING & I - UK TOUR (Tues 15 - Sat 19 May 2012)
      Alhambra, Bradford
      Evenings: 7.30pm/Wed matinee: 2pm/Sat matinee: 2.30pm
      Music and Lyrics presents Curve Theatre Leicester’s production of THE KING AND I by Rodgers & Hammerstein.
      Starring Ramon Tikaram as The King of Siam and Josefina Gabrielle as Anna.

      Tuesday, 08 May
      19:30
      THE KING & I - UK TOUR (Tues 08 - Sat 12 May 2012)
      Curve Theatre, Leicester (www.curveonline.co.uk)
      Evenings: 7.30pm/Wed & Sat matinees: 2.15pm
      Music and Lyrics presents Curve Theatre Leicester’s production of THE KING AND I by Rodgers & Hammerstein.
      Starring Ramon Tikaram as The King of Siam and Josefina Gabrielle as Anna.

      Tuesday, 01 May
      19:30
      THE KING & I - UK TOUR (Tues 1 - Sat 5 May 2012)
      Birmingham Hippodrome (www.birminghamhippodrome.com)
      Evenings: 7.30pm/Wed matinee: 2pm/Sat matinee: 2.30pm
      Music and Lyrics presents Curve Theatre Leicester’s production of THE KING AND I by Rodgers & Hammerstein.
      Starring Ramon Tikaram as The King of Siam and Josefina Gabrielle as Anna.

      Tuesday, 24 April
      19:30
      THE KING & I - UK TOUR (Tues 24 - Sat 28 April 2012)
      New Victoria Theatre, Woking
      Evenings: 7.30pm/ Wed & Sat matinees: 2.30pm
      Music and Lyrics presents Curve Theatre Leicester’s production of THE KING AND I by Rodgers & Hammerstein.
      Starring Ramon Tikaram as The King of Siam and Josefina Gabrielle as Anna.

      Tuesday, 10 April
      19:30
      THE KING & I - UK TOUR ( Tues 10 - Sat 14 April 2012)
      Theatre Royal, Plymouth (www.theatreroyal.com)
      Evenings: 7.30pm/Thurs & Sat matinees: 2.30pm
      Music and Lyrics presents Curve Theatre Leicester’s production of THE KING AND I by Rodgers & Hammerstein.
      Starring Ramon Tikaram as The King of Siam and Josefina Gabrielle as Anna.

      Tuesday, 03 April
      19:30
      THE KING & I - UK TOUR (Tues 3 - Sat 7 April 2012)
      Empire Theatre, Liverpool
      Evenings: 7.30pm/ Wed & Sat matinees: 2.30pm
      Music and Lyrics presents Curve Theatre Leicester’s production of THE KING AND I by Rodgers & Hammerstein.
      Starring Ramon Tikaram as The King of Siam and Josefina Gabrielle as Anna.

      Tuesday, 27 March
      19:30
      THE KING & I - UK TOUR ( Tues 27 - Sat 31 March 2012)
      Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton (www.grandtheatre.info)
      Evenings: 7.30pm/ Wed & Sat matinees: 2.30pm
      Music and Lyrics presents Curve Theatre Leicester’s production of THE KING AND I by Rodgers & Hammerstein.
      Starring Ramon Tikaram as The King of Siam and Josefina Gabrielle as Anna.

      Tuesday, 20 March
      19:30
      THE KING & I - UK TOUR (Tues 20 - Sat 24 March 2012)
      Mayflower Theatre, Southampton (www.mayflower.org.uk)
      Evenings: 7.30pm/Thu & Sat matinees: 2pm
      Music and Lyrics presents Curve Theatre Leicester’s production of THE KING AND I by Rodgers & Hammerstein.
      Starring Ramon Tikaram as The King of Siam and Josefina Gabrielle as Anna.

      Tuesday, 13 March
      19:30
      THE KING & I - UK TOUR (Tues 13 - Sat 17 March 2012)
      New Theatre, Cardiff (www.wmc.org.uk)
      Evenings: 7.30pm/Thu & Sat matinees: 2.30pm
      Music and Lyrics presents Curve Theatre Leicester’s production of THE KING AND I by Rodgers & Hammerstein.
      Starring Ramon Tikaram as The King of Siam and Josefina Gabrielle as Anna.

      Tuesday, 06 March
      19:45
      THE KING & I - UK TOUR (Tues 6 - Sat 10 March 2012)
      Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham (tickets.everymantheatre.org.uk)
      Evenings: 7.45pm/Thurs & Sat matinees: 2pm
      Music and Lyrics presents Curve Theatre Leicester’s production of THE KING AND I by Rodgers & Hammerstein.
      Starring Ramon Tikaram as The King of Siam and Josefina Gabrielle as Anna.

      Tuesday, 28 February
      19:30
      THE KING & I - UK TOUR (Tues 28 Feb - Sat 3 March 2012)
      Theatre Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham (www.royalcentre-nottingham.co.uk)
      Evenings: 7.30pm/Wed, Thurs matinees: 2pm/Sat matinee: 2.30pm
      Music and Lyrics presents Curve Theatre Leicester’s production of THE KING AND I by Rodgers & Hammerstein.
      Starring Ramon Tikaram as The King of Siam and Josefina Gabrielle as Anna.

      Tuesday, 21 February
      19:30
      THE KING & I - UK TOUR (Tues 21 - Sat 25 Feb 2012)
      The Lowry, Salford (www.thelowry.com)
      Evenings: 7.30pm/Thurs & Sat matinees: 2pm
      Music and Lyrics presents Curve Theatre Leicester’s production of THE KING AND I by Rodgers & Hammerstein.
      Starring Ramon Tikaram as The King of Siam and Josefina Gabrielle as Anna.

      Tuesday, 14 February
      19:30
      THE KING & I - UK TOUR ( Tues 14 - Sat 19 Feb 2012)
      New Theatre, Oxford
      Evenings: 7.30pm/ Wed & Sat matinees: 2.30pm
      Music and Lyrics presents Curve Theatre Leicester’s production of THE KING AND I by Rodgers & Hammerstein.
      Starring Ramon Tikaram as The King of Siam and Josefina Gabrielle as Anna.

      Tuesday, 07 February
      19:30
      THE KING & I - UK TOUR (Tues 7 - Sat 11 Feb 2012)
      Royal & Derngate Theatre, Northampton (www.royalandderngate.co.uk)
      Evenings: 7.30pm/Thurs 9 matinee: 2pm/Sat 11 matinee: 2.30pm.
      Music and Lyrics presents Curve Theatre Leicester’s production of THE KING AND I by Rodgers & Hammerstein.
      Starring Ramon Tikaram as The King and Josefina Gabrielle as Anna.

      Tuesday, 31 January
      19:30
      THE KING & I - UK TOUR (Tues 31 - Sat 4 Feb 2012)
      Grand Opera House, Belfast (www.goh.co.uk)
      Evenings: 7.30pm/Thurs 2 matinee: 2pm/Sat 4 matinee: 2.30pm.
      Music and Lyrics presents Curve Theatre Leicester’s production of THE KING AND I by Rodgers & Hammerstein.
      Starring Ramon Tikaram as The King and Josefina Gabrielle as Anna.

      Tuesday, 24 January
      19:30
      THE KING & I - UK TOUR ( Tues 24 - Sat 28 Jan 2012)
      Theatre Royal, New Castle (www.theatreroyal.co.uk)
      Evenings: 7.30pm/Thurs 26 matinee: 2pm/Sat 28 matinee: 2.30pm.
      Music and Lyrics presents Curve Theatre Leicester’s production of THE KING AND I by Rodgers & Hammerstein.
      Starring Ramon Tikaram as The King and Josefina Gabrielle as Anna.

      Tuesday, 17 January
      19:45
      THE KING & I - UK TOUR ( Tues 17 - Sat 21 Jan 2012)
      Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield (www.sheffieldtheatres.co.uk)
      Evenings: 7.45pm/Thurs 19 matinee: 2pm/Sat 21 matinee: 3pm.
      Music and Lyrics presents Curve Theatre Leicester’s production of THE KING AND I by Rodgers & Hammerstein.
      Starring Ramon Tikaram as The King and Josefina Gabrielle as Anna.

      Tuesday, 10 January
      19:30
      THE KING & I - UK TOUR (Tues 10 - Sat 14 Jan 2012)
      Venue Cymru, Llandudno (www.venuecymru.co.uk)
      Evenings: 7.30pm/ Matinees: tbc.
      Music and Lyrics presents Curve Theatre Leicester’s production of THE KING AND I by Rodgers & Hammerstein.
      Starring Ramon Tikaram as The King and Josefina Gabrielle as Anna.

      Tuesday, 03 January
      14:30
      THE KING & I - EDINBURGH (Wed 14 Dec 2011 - Sat 7 Jan 2012)
      Festival Theatre, Edinburgh (www.fctt.org.uk)
      Evenings: 7.30pm/ Tue, Thu & Sat matinees: 2.30pm/ Wed 28 Dec matinee: 2.30pm.
      Music and Lyrics presents Curve Theatre Leicester’s production of THE KING AND I by Roger & Hammerstein.
      This breath-taking new production from the Leicester’s Curve, directed by Paul Kerryson, is a lavish, grand-scale spectacle. With giant gold Buddha’s, sumptuous costumes, a chorus of adorable children, acrobatic dancers and live music this beautiful production guarantees standing ovations. The King and I stars Ramon Tikaram as the The King of Siam, whose West End credits include Bombay Dreams, Judas in Jesus Christ Superstar and Ramayana at the National Theatre and television credits including Wired, Silent Witness, The Mighty Bush and This Life.

      Wednesday, 14 December
      19:30
      THE KING & I - EDINBURGH (Wed 14 Dec 2011 - Sat 7 Jan 2012)
      Festival Theatre, Edinburgh (www.fctt.org.uk)
      Evenings: 7.30pm/ Tue, Thu & Sat matinees: 2.30pm/ Wed 28 Dec matinee: 2.30pm.
      Music and Lyrics presents Curve Theatre Leicester’s production of THE KING AND I by Roger & Hammerstein.
      This breath-taking new production from the Leicester’s Curve, directed by Paul Kerryson, is a lavish, grand-scale spectacle. With giant gold Buddha’s, sumptuous costumes, a chorus of adorable children, acrobatic dancers and live music this beautiful production guarantees standing ovations. The King and I stars Ramon Tikaram as the The King of Siam, whose West End credits include Bombay Dreams, Judas in Jesus Christ Superstar and Ramayana at the National Theatre and television credits including Wired, Silent Witness, The Mighty Bush and This Life.

      Friday, 19 August
      19:00
      THE MOONFLOWER, an Amazonian Chamber Opera
      Riverside Studios (studio 3), Crisp Road, Hammersmith, London W6 9RL
      Tête a Tête: The Opera Festival 2011 presents THE MOONFLOWER by Mario Ferraro. Libretto by Eva Daníčkova. Directed by Maja Milatovic-Ovadia.
      Conductor: Andrew Morley. Featuring soprano Maya Sapone as LUA and guitarist Fabricio Mattos. Other cast member include: Laura Harling, Braz Henrique, Georgia Knower Rhiannon, Llewellyn, Danny Standing, Olivier Brignall.
      Production Manager: Berislav Juraic; Costume Designer: Lucía Conejero Rodilla; Photographer: Ludovic Des Cognets.

      Thursday, 18 August
      19:00
      THE MOONFLOWER, an Amazonian Chamber Opera
      Riverside Studios (studio 3), Crisp Road, Hammersmith, London W6 9RL
      Tête a Tête: The Opera Festival 2011 presents THE MOONFLOWER by Mario Ferraro. Libretto by Eva Daníčkova. Directed by Maja Milatovic-Ovadia.
      Conductor: Andrew Morley. Featuring soprano Maya Sapone as LUA and guitarist Fabricio Mattos. Other cast member include: Laura Harling, Braz Henrique, Georgia Knower Rhiannon, Llewellyn, Danny Standing, Olivier Brignall.
      Production Manager: Berislav Juraic; Costume Designer: Lucía Conejero Rodilla; Photographer: Ludovic Des Cognets.

      Saturday, 02 July
      13:00 15:00 16:30
      BAROQUE BOX by Vocal Motions Elastic Theatre - Greenwich+Docklands International Festival 2011
      Old Royal Naval College (King William Colonnades) Greenwich SE10
      In collaboration with London Metropolitan University and supported by the Wellcome Trust critically acclaimed Vocal Motions Elastic Theatre invites you to peep into the imagination of a Baroque artist.
      Featuring Maya Sapone, Chiara D'Anna, Nicolas Simeha, Adam Kirkham, Madalena Pinto.
      Music by Ivan Hussey (Celloman). Costume and Set Design Nadia Malik. Film by Savage Mills. Concept and Direction by Jacek Ludwig Scarso.

      Friday, 01 July
      17:00 18:30 20:00
      BAROQUE BOX by Vocal Motions Elastic Theatre - Greenwich+Docklands International Festival 2011
      Old Royal Naval College (King William Colonnades) Greenwich SE10
      In collaboration with London Metropolitan University and supported by the Wellcome Trust critically acclaimed Vocal Motions Elastic Theatre invites you to peep into the imagination of a Baroque artist.
      Featuring Maya Sapone, Chiara D'Anna, Nicolas Simeha, Adam Kirkham, Madalena Pinto.
      Music by Ivan Hussey (Celloman). Costume and Set Design Nadia Malik. Film by Savage Mills. Concept and Direction by Jacek Ludwig Scarso.

      Thursday, 30 June
      17:00 18:30 20:00
      BAROQUE BOX by Vocal Motions Elastic Theatre - Greenwich+Docklands International Festival 2011
      Old Royal Naval College (King William Colonnades) Greenwich SE10
      In collaboration with London Metropolitan University and supported by the Wellcome Trust critically acclaimed Vocal Motions Elastic Theatre invites you to peep into the imagination of a Baroque artist.
      Featuring Maya Sapone, Chiara D'Anna, Nicolas Simeha, Adam Kirkham, Madalena Pinto.
      Music by Ivan Hussey (Celloman). Costume and Set Design Nadia Malik. Film by Savage Mills. Concept and Direction by Jacek Ludwig Scarso.

      Wednesday, 29 June
      17:00 18:30 20:00
      BAROQUE BOX by Vocal Motions Elastic Theatre - Greenwich+Docklands International Festival 2011
      Old Royal Naval College (King William Colonnades), Greenwich SE10
      In collaboration with London Metropolitan University and supported by the Wellcome Trust critically acclaimed Vocal Motions Elastic Theatre invites you to peep into the imagination of a Baroque artist.
      Featuring Maya Sapone, Chiara D'Anna, Nicolas Simeha, Adam Kirkham, Madalena Pinto.
      Music by Ivan Hussey (Celloman). Designer Nadia Malik. Film by Savage Mills. Concept and Direction by Jacek Ludwig Scarso.

      Tuesday, 28 June
      17:00 18:30 20:00
      BAROQUE BOX by Vocal Motions Elastic Theatre - Greenwich+Docklands International Festival 2011
      Old Royal Naval College (King William Colonnades), Greenwich SE10
      In collaboration with London Metropolitan University and supported by the Wellcome Trust critically acclaimed Vocal Motions Elastic Theatre invites you to peep into the imagination of a Baroque artist.
      Featuring Maya Sapone, Chiara D'Anna, Nicolas Simeha, Adam Kirkham, Madalena Pinto.
      Music by Ivan Hussey (Celloman). Costume and Set Design Nadia Malik. Film by Savage Mills. Concept and Direction by Jacek Ludwig Scarso.

      Sunday, 26 June
      13:00 15:00 16:30
      BAROQUE BOX by Vocal Motions Elastic Theatre - Greenwich+Docklands International Festival 2011
      Old Royal Naval College (King William Colonnades), Greenwich SE10
      In collaboration with London Metropolitan University and supported by the Wellcome Trust critically acclaimed Vocal Motions Elastic Theatre invites you to peep into the imagination of a Baroque artist.
      Featuring Maya Sapone, Chiara D'Anna, Nicolas Simeha, Adam Kirkham, Madalena Pinto.
      Music by Ivan Hussey (Celloman). Costume and Set Design Nadia Malik. Film by Savage Mills. Concept and Direction by Jacek Ludwig Scarso.

      Saturday, 25 June
      20:30
      BAROQUE BOX by Vocal Motions Elastic Theatre - Greenwich+Docklands International Festival 2011
      Old Royal Naval College (King William Colonnades), Greenwich SE10
      In collaboration with London Metropolitan University and supported by the Wellcome Trust critically acclaimed Vocal Motions Elastic Theatre invites you to peep into the imagination of a Baroque artist.
      Featuring Maya Sapone, Chiara D'Anna, Nicolas Simeha, Adam Kirkham, Madalena Pinto.
      Music by Ivan Hussey (Celloman). Costume and Set Design Nadia Malik. Film by Savage Mills. Concept and Direction by Jacek Ludwig Scarso.

      Friday, 24 June
      18:30 20:30
      Greenwich+Docklands International Festival presents "Baroque Box, a dance-opera installation" by Vocal Motions Elastic Theatre.
      OLD ROYAL NAVAL COLLEGE (King William Colonnades), Greenwich, London SE10
      n collaboration with London Metropolitan University and supported by the Wellcome Trust critically acclaimed Vocal Motions Elastic Theatre invites you to peep into the imagination of a Baroque artist.
      Featuring Maya Sapone, Chiara D'Anna, Nicolas Simeha, Adam Kirkham, Madalena Pinto.
      Music: Ivan Hussey (Celloman). Design: Nadia Malik. Film Documentation: Savage Mills. Concept and Direction: Jacek Ludwig Scarso.

      Thursday, 16 June
      18:30
      LONDON METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY, Holloway Road, London N7 8DB
      Launch of "Baroque Box" the making of a dance-opera. Discussion/Performance Event.
      Featuring Maya Sapone, Chiara D'Anna, Nicolas Simeha, Adam Kirkham, Madalena Pinto.
      Music by Ivan Hussay (Celloman). Set and Costume Design by Nadia Malik. Film by Savage Mills. Concept and Direction by Jacek Ludwig Scarso.

      Saturday, 15 January
      19:30
      Curve Theatre Leicester
      The King and I (3 Dec 2010 - 15 Jan 2011)
      Cast: Janie Dee, Chook Sibtain, Claire-Marie Hall, Adrian Li Donni, Maya Sapone, Nicholas Goh, Gary Wood.
      Director: Paul Kerryson; Design: Sara Perks; Sound: Ben Harrison; Lighting: Phil Gladwell; Choreography: David Needham; Musical Direction: Julian Kelly.

      Fri 3 Dec 2010 - Sat 15 Jan 2011
      CURVE THEATRE Leicester
      The King and I (3 Dec 2010 - 15 Jan 2011)
      Cast: Janie Dee, Chook Sibtain, Claire-Marie Hall, Adrian Li Donni, Maya Sapone, Nicholas Goh, Gary Wood.
      Director: Paul Kerryson; Design: Sara Perks; Sound: Ben Harrison; Lighting: Phil Gladwell; Choreography: David Needham; Musical Direction: Julian Kelly.

      Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 August 8:00
      Riverside Studios, Crisp Road, Hammersmith, London W6 9RL
      Tête a Tête: The Opera Festival 2010 presents Vocal Motions Elastic Theatre's new Dance-Opera piece!
      Featuring Singers Maya Sapone, Danny Standing and vocal ensemble Voice Trio; Musicians Anna Tam, Kate Ryder, Eva Caballero, Carina Drury: Physical Theatre Artist Chiara D'Anna; Actor Giovanni Bienne; Dancers Madalena Pinto, Janine Proost, Maxine Calleja, Adam Kirkham.
      Conception and Direction Jacek Ludwig Scarso; Dramaturgy Rishi Trikha and Eva Danickova; Stage Management and Lighting Drew Turner; Music by The Company and supervised by Andrew Morley.

      Tuesday, 13 July
      19:00
      St Mary's University College, Waldegrave Road, Strawberry Hill, Twickenham TW1 4SX
      The Big Racket concert, Richmond Music Trust
      Maya Sapone soprano


      Friday, 02 July
      19:30
      St Sepulchre's Church, Holborn Viaduct, London EC1A 9DE
      City Chorus Concert
      Paul Ayres conductor, Maya Sapone soprano, Philip Shannon piano


      Sunday, 23 May
      19:30
      The Camphill Village Trust, Delrow House, Hilfield Lane, Aldenham, Watford
      Concert for Voice and Harp
      Maya Sapone and Gabriella Dall'Olio


      Thursday, 29 April
      19:00
      Roehampton University, Roehampton Lane, London SW15 5PU
      Dance Diary Event including CDE – Collaborative Dance Experience
      


      Friday, 16 April
      13:00
      St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London
      ‘Songs to Die For’: the Sumptuous World of Latin American Art Song
      Opera. Classical. Folk. Latin. What makes Latin American 'art' music special is its ability to transcend the traditional barriers between 'classical' and 'popular' and nowhere is this more patent than in its 'art' songs, which blend the two into something utterly irresistible. Few classically-trained singers can render these with as much versatility and authenticity as Maya Sapone, whose technical and stylistic dynamicism are truly amazing. 'Songs to Die for' is a new project in collaboration with leading Iberian specialist pianist Helen Glaisher-Hernández, which seeks to explore the liminal possibilities between the stifling paramaters of 'high' and 'low' art, where intellect meets passion.
      Programme: Claudio Santoro "Love Songs", Carlos Guastavino "Flores Argentinas", Heitor Villa-Lobos "Forest of the Amazon"

      Wednesday 14 and Thursday 15 April, 20:00
      Village Underground, 54 Holywell Lane, London EC2A 3PQ
      Collaborative Dance Experience presents ‘OUTSIDE OF TIME‘
      CDE – Collaborative Dance Experience presents “OUTSIDE OF TIME” an alchemic event merging dance, film, live music and poetry in an immersive journey of transformation and extraordinary worlds. Three dance works unfold around the audience offering a new perception of time, people and place. Amy Howard’s dance film NOWHERE directed by Phil Mash brings the epic scale of a windswept Wiltshire burial mound into focus. OUTPOST, a collaboration between choreographer Elaine Thomas (Poetic Matter), writer Alison Gibb and musician Laurie Blundell conjures an ancient storm. Inspired by Shakespeare's Tempest it merges movement with poetry, spoken text and live sound. REMOTE WITHIN choreographer Deimantė Prišmantaitė brings the performance space alive, manipulating her dancers into antagonistic relationships within the space they inhabit. Forcing them to confront their fears, insecurities and strengths through movement. Ann-Karin Både will be collaborating with Deima, improvising live sounds to accompany the performance.
      Featuring soprano Maya Sapone; music by Laurie Blundell

      Friday 5 - Sunday 7 March at 19:30 and 16:00
      Crofton Lodge, 88 Venner Road, Sydenham, London SE26 5HR
      Dolls and Dollies by Arnost Goldflam
      The English premiere of an abridged version of Dolls and Dollies renegotiates the notion of domesticity and the home as a safe haven. You are invited to witness the lives of five women and a living doll, endlessly looking for the meaning of their existence and hoping to escape reality.
      Featuring the Boii Theatre Company - Director/Dramaturg: Eva Daníčková; Designer: Alexandria Kerr; Puppeteer: Ida Marie Tjalve; Music: Anna Tam, Kara McLean; Voice: Maya Sapone
      Cast: Lisa Castle; Heather Darcy; Mara Gold; Kara McLean; Amy Son


      Friday, 05 March
      19:30
      Schott Recital Room, 48 Great Marlborough Street, London
      Spanish and Latin American classical music infused with colour, rhythm, verve, machismo, passion, violence, seduction and sensuality. This is the perfect opportunity to meet the ILAMS team and find out more about the Society, Iberian and Latin American classical music, and what we do, and - meet the artists!
      Programme including Santoro, Villa-Lobos, Mompou and Rodrigo
      Featuring three of the leading young Iberican specialists: soprano Maya Sapone, guitarist Morgan Szymanski and pianist Helen Glaisher-Hernández

      Thursday, 11 February
      19:30
      St James's Church, Piccadilly, London
      Teatro Tribiano presents: Romantica - Music and Love, in collaboration with the Italian Institute of Culture London
      Works by Puccini, Massenet, Donizetti, Mascagni, Cilea, Verdi, Villa-Lobos, McMillan, Bridge
      Featuring sopranos Maya Sapone and Tiziana Scaciga Della Silva, tenor Andrea Bragiotto and pianist Marcus Andrews

      Wednesday, 10 February
      19:30
      St Katherine Cree Church, Aldgate, London
      Music in Offices St Valentine's Concert
      Featuring Office Musicians of the year and Great Ormond Street Hospital Choir led by soprano Maya Sapone


      Friday, 22 January
      13:00
      Royal Festival Hall - Foyer Bar Level 2
      Collisions Over Friday Lunch
      Sounds from a selection of Southbank Centre's Artists in Residence collide in this extended edition of Friday Lunch.
      Featuring artists including folk band Bellowhead; guest artists including Canadian multi-instrumentalist improviser and conductor Dave Clark and singers from Pulse.

      Tuesday, 01 December
      19:00
      St Katherine Cree Church, Aldgate, London
      Music in Offices Christmas Concert
      Mulled wine and carol singing as office choirs from Reynolds Porter, Chamberlain, Debenhams and New Horizon Youth Centre lead us into the festive season. Programme to include popular carols and music written for Toy Pianos and Spanish Traditional Carols specially arranged for Voice and Toy Pianos (world premiere)
      Special guests: Lady Suzi Digby O.B.E (Last Choir Standing judge), renowned (toy) pianist Kate Ryder and soprano Maya Sapone

      Tuesday, 24 November
      19:30
      Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, London
      AmaZonArt presents: Villa-Lobos, Chamber Music
      Featuring soprano Maya Sapone, cellists Diego Carneiro, Joas Cardoso, Diego Cardoso, Janaina Salles, Steven Walter, Michelle So, Jordan Gregoris, Domitillie Jordan, and pianists Carla Ruaro and Eralys Fernandez


      Monday, 23 November
      13:10
      St James’s Church, Piccadilly
      ‘The Unknown Villa-Lobos’: Chamber Works
      A Lunchtime Concert to mark the 50th Anniversary of the death of Brazil’s greatest composer and musical colossus: Heitor Villa-Lobos
      Featuring soprano Maya Sapone, pianists Helen Glaisher-Hernández and Selah Perez, cellist Evva Mizerska and violinist Elena Jaregui

      Thursday, 12 November
      19:30
      Burgh House, Hampstead
      Burgh House Concert Series presents
      A Recital of Spanish and Italian Songs
      Featuring Maya Sapone and Tessa Grobel

      Friday, 16 October
      13:10
      St James's Piccadilly, London
      The Iberian and Latin American Music Society 2009 Rodrigo Festival
      Works by Joaquín Rodrigo for soprano, guitar, piano and organ
      Featuring Maya Sapone, Morgan Szymanski, Helen Glaisher-Hernandez, Tessa Grobel, Clemmie Franks

      Friday, 02 October
      19:00
      American University of Paris, Paris
      The Arts Arena - New Voices presents
      Medousa, a miniature opera by Vocal Motions Elastic Theatre


      Thursday, 10 September
      18:30
      London Metropolitan University, Holloway Road
      Vocal Motions Elastic Theatre presents
      Medousa, a miniature opera


      Friday, 07 August
      20:30
      Riverside Studios, Hammersmith
      Tête a Tête presents
      Medousa, a miniature opera by Vocal Motions Elastic Theatre
      Tête a Tête Opera Festival 2009

      Thursday, 06 August
      20:30
      Riverside Studios, Hammersmith
      Tête a Tête presents
      Medousa, a miniature opera by Vocal Motions Elastic Theatre
      Tête a Tête Opera Festival 2009

      Monday, 06 July
      20:30
      Riverside Studios, Hammersmith
      Tête a Tête presents
      Medousa, a miniature opera by Vocal Motions Elastic Theatre,
      Tête a Tête Opera Festival 2009

      Saturday, 04 July
      12:00
      Southbank Centre Square
      The Wedding or The Rime Of The Ancient Mariner
      A Southbank Centre and Young Vic co-production
      Featuring music by Bellowhead and the angelic voices of Pulse

      Tuesday, 02 June
      19:30
      Christ Church, Spitalfields
      Music in Offices presents, Office Choir & Musician of the Year Competition
      Supported by Classic FM
      Featuring John Snow, Alan Rusbridger, The Guardian Angels, Willis Choir and Norton Rose Choir lead by Maya Sapone

      Friday, 29 May
      20:00
      Foyer of Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre
      Voicelab presents, Pulse in Focus
      A week-long series of concerts
      Featuring Voicelab’s pool of emerging vocal talents

      Friday, 08 May
      20:00
      Jersey Opera House, Jersey
      Jersey International Music Festival
      Featuring Nicola Benedetti, Carlos Bonell, Maya Sapone, Janet Shell, Guy Pratt, Tessa Grobel, The Sitkovetsky Trio


      Saturday, 25 April
      19:30
      St Michael and All Angels Church, Chiswick
      Hounslow Action for Youth Association presents, Musica y Amor, an Evening of Songs and Arias
      Featuring Maya Sapone, Antonio Iranzo, Barry Jobling


      Tuesday, 24 March
      18:30
      Auditorio Leonardo da Vinci, Bogotá, Colombia
      The Italian Institute of Culture Bogotá presents
      Da Monteverdi a Gershwin
      Featuring Maya Sapone and Aleksander Szram

      Friday, 20 March
      19:30
      Teatro Amira de la Rosa, Barranquilla, Colombia
      On occasion of the Cátedra Europa de Uninorte 2009 La Universidad del Norte presents
      A Recital by Maya Sapone and Aleksander Szram
      In collaboration with the Italian Institute of Culture Bogotá

      Friday, 13 March
      17:30
      Foyer of Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre
      Southbank’s Friday Tonic Series presents
      Pulse in Concert


      Tuesday, 10 March
      19:00
      The Grand Salon Paris
      The Arts Arena presents “Performance as Research”
      Featuring Maya Sapone, Jacek Ludwig Scarso, Carina Drury, The American University of Paris
      in collaboration with the London Metropolitan University

      Friday, 27 February
      20:00
      Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre
      E.A.R. Take Over Royal Festival Hall
      16 Emerging Artists in Residence, One Amazing Show


      Wednesday, 17 December
      18:00
      Foyer of Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre
      Voicelab presents Pulse in Concert



      Friday, 05 December
      14:00
      British Museum
      Conference: Reconstruction and the playing of Ancient Harps at the British Museum
      CHANG E RUDAKI (Rudaki’s Chang) World Premiere for Chang and soprano on poem of Rudaki.
      Featuring harp player Tomoko Sugavara and soprano Maya Sapone

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