Streaming exclusively on Marquee TV this month
Brand new performances from The Washington Ballet, London Symphony Orchestra and OperaGlass Works. Available February onwards at marquee.tv.
Something Human by Andile Ndlovu © The Washington Ballet
Rhian Lois in The Turn of the Screw © OperaGlass Works
Sir Simon Rattle © London Symphony Orchestra
Marquee TV, the subscription video on demand service showcasing the best in world dance, opera, theatre and music, has a host of unmissable, exclusive content on the platform this month.
The Washington Ballet
Marquee TV has partnered with TWB to present seven exclusive world-premiere performances, behind the scenes content, interviews and more. The latest, not-to-be-missed instalment in The Washington Ballet's Create in Place series, featuring Womb of Heaven by Helga Paris-Morales and Something Human by Andile Ndlovu, premieres on 5th February.
The Turn of the Screw
OperaGlass Works’ innovative production of Benjamin Britten's spine-chilling chamber opera The Turn of the Screw, conducted by John Wilson and presented by OperaGlass Works, is available to stream now.
The opera was filmed in London’s oldest surviving music hall, Wilton’s Music Hall, the iconic venue where it was due to open on stage in March 2020 before the Covid-19 pandemic stopped all live performance. Conducted by John Wilson and played by the Sinfonia of London, the production boasts a magnificent cast of singers: Robert Murray, Rhian Lois, Gweneth Ann Rand, Francesca Chiejina, Alys Mererid Roberts and Leo Jemison.
London Symphony Orchestra
Last month, Sir Simon Rattle announced he would be leaving the London Symphony Orchestra in 2023 to become chief conductor of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra in Munich. Don’t miss the opportunity to see him conducting the LSO in two brand new concerts, streaming now.
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