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Olivia Ray
25 July 2019

Ailish Tynan and Olivia Ray to perform at Grange Park Opera in 2020

Ailish Tynan returns to Grange Park Opera next season, for the first time since 2009, in her role debut as Mimì in La bohème. In preparation for these performances, early next year, she will understudy the role for The Royal Opera.

A regular at Grange Park Opera, Olivia Ray returns as Anna Polikovskaya in the world premiere of Anthony Bolton's The Life & Death of Alexander Litvinenko.

1 December 2018

Claire Wild & Olivia Ray perform Vivaldi's Gloria in Plymouth

Claire Wild and Olivia Ray perform Vivaldi's Gloria with the University of Plymouth Choral Society and Sinfonia, conducted by Alice Dennis.

The performance on 8 December takes place at the Minster Church of St. Andrew, Plymouth.

16 June 2018

Anthony Flaum and Olivia Ray perform in Roméo et Juliette

Anthony Flaum and Olivia Ray perform Tybalt and Gertrude in Roméo et Juliette for Grange Park Opera at the Theatre in the Woods. The new production is directed by Patrick Mason and conducted by Stephen Barlow.

Anthony last performed for Grange Park Opera as Motel in their 2015 production of Fiddler on the Roof, and Olivia in 2014, as Flora in La traviata.

Performances of Roméo et Juliette take place on 23, 26 June, 1, 4, 6 July.

19 March 2018

Bach, Rossini and Beethoven

We have a busy choral weekend with a number of artists performing with three different choral societies.

Oxford Harmonic Choir - Beethoven Missa Solemnis - Miranda Westcott, Owen Gilhooly

St Asaph Choral Society - Rossini Petite messe solennelle - Sarah Redgwick, Olivia Ray, Robyn Lyn Evans, Philip Smith

York Musical Society - Bach St Matthew Passion - Ben Thapa

4 November 2017

Olivia Ray performs the Mozart Requiem

Olivia Ray performs the Mozart Requiem with Harpenden Choral Society and the King's Sinfonietta, conducted by John Andrews.

The performance takes place at High Street Methodist Church, Harpenden on 11 November.


18 March 2017

A Child of Our Time in Oxford

Olivia Ray and Philip Sheffield perform Michael Tippett's secular oratorio A Child of Our Time with Oxford Harmonic Choir, conducted by Robert Secret.

The performance takes place at Oxford Town Hall on 25 March.