Porsche Centre West London will sponsor the annual Opera in the Gardens weekend, 1 - 2 July.
Opera in the Gardens has a spectacular setting with the backdrop of one of West London’s most historic buildings, the Chiswick House. The weekend is renowned for its relaxed environment and atmosphere with the audience encouraged to bring with them picnic chairs, blankets, and cushions to indulge in fine food and wine whilst sitting back and enjoying the opera performances.
We aim to support wonderful events such as this in our local community with the beautiful Chiswick House right on our doorstep.
This will be the 11th anniversary of the annual summer opera season in Chiswick House gardens. The Focus Opera Chamber Orchestra will treat audiences for the third year running with the weekend’s entertainment.
There will be two evenings of spectacular opera. On the first night, Focus Opera will perform La Traviata, a tragic opera piece. The second night will feature a more comedic tone with the Die Fledermaus, widely regarded as the best operetta ever composed.
Find out more about the opera weekend here .
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