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Bath Opera: La Sonnambula (The Sleepwalker)

21st February at 7:30 pm23rd February at 7:30 pm

Bath’s very own opera company is preparing for their next fully staged production in February. This coincides with a bright new makeover for the company as they take on one of the best loved operas in the repertoire. The Italian opera composer Vincenzo Bellini was know as ‘The Swan of Catania’ because this beautiful long melodies. His fabulous opera La Sonnambula (The Sleepwalker) contains a feast of beautiful melodies, vocal fireworks and a hilarious plot. The story revolves around a…

Track Dogs

21st February at 8:00 pm10:30 pm

Sun-shiny songs thriving on dark themes behind irresistible rhythms. An adventurous fusion of Americana and folk. Tickets: Advance £12, door £14. Visit: chapelarts.org

Busch Trio

22nd February at 7:30 pm

Brought together by a shared passion for chamber music the Busch Trio is recognized for its playing with incredible verve and has developed an extensive performing schedule across Europe’s leading concert halls and festivals. When: Friday 22 February, 7.30pm (6.30pm free pre-concert talk with the artists) Where: Wiltshire Music Centre Tickets: £18, free for under 25s Visit: wiltshiremusic.org.uk

Jamie Smith’s MABON

23rd February at 7:30 pm

Toe-tapping, life-affirming folk from Celtic roots legends. Jamie Smith’s MABON presents an irresistible blend of world music and Celtic roots, filled with energy, joy and passion. Dancing the line between Celtic heritage and contemporary sounds, MABON’s distinctive, infectious and multi-award-winning music explores traditional styles and works them anew. When: Saturday 23 February, 7.30pm Where: Wiltshire Music Centre Tickets: £16, £8 for under 18s and students Visit: wiltshiremusic.org.uk

Leon McCawley & Bath Philharmonia

27th February at 7:30 pm

Leon McCawley, one of Britain’s foremost pianists, joins Bath Philharmonia in a performance of Mozart’s fresh and playful Piano Concerto No. 22, perfectly complementing a programme of folk-inspired orchestral music. Janacek’s On an Overgrown Path, a collection of heartfelt miniatures and Dvorak’s Ninth Symphony captures the warmth and beauty of Moravia and Bohemia in a journey home from the new world. Tickets £28/£10 (under 18s & students) Available from wiltshiremusic.org.uk or call 01225 860100. Image credit: Clive Barda

John Adams

1st March at 8:00 pm10:30 pm

Singer/Songwriter John Adams draws influences from the likes of James Morrison, David Gray and James Blunt. Tickets: Advance £12, door £14. Visit: chapelarts.org

A Night at The Movies: The Bath Orchestral Gala Concert with Bath Philharmonia and King Edward’s School

19th March at 7:00 pm

Join the city’s resident professional orchestra, Bath Philharmonia, together with King Edward’s School Senior Orchestra, as they perform together in this year’s Gala Concert, as part of their sixth annual side-by-side partnership. Along with Jason Thornton, conductor of Bath Philharmonia, 20 members of the professional orchestra will play side-by-side with KES pupils in a programme of highly accessible and thrilling repertoire themed around A Night at The Movies. Tickets: Adults £14, children £5. Doors open 6.30pm, performance begins at 7pm.…

Dinner, dance and glass blowing charity evening

23rd March at 7:00 pm

Enjoy an evening of dinner, wine and watching glass blowing at Bath Aqua Glass's Walcot Street glass blowing studio on Saturday 23 March.  Eat and dance to music from the Red Bandits and Viva Vocal Choir. Where: Bath Aqua Glass studio, Walcot Street When: Saturday 23 March. Arrive at 6.30pm for a 7pm start Tickets: £35 per person. Limited tickets available. Visit: bathaquaglass.com

The Handful concert: A Child’s Prayer

23rd March at 7:30 pm

Contrast the earliest, most intense of Byrd’s Masses with the deeply personal and unusual Howells Requiem, written following the death of his son in 1935. Add A Child’s Prayer, James MacMillan’s poignant response to the Dunblane massacre, and Tavener’s miniature gem, The Lamb, dedicated to his nephew’s third birthday, mix well with Gorecki’s sonorous double-choir motet for Pope John Paul II, Totus tuus, and Purcell’s pleading anthem, Remember not, Lord, our offences, written for the choir of Westminster Abbey, and…

Steven Isserlis & Bath Philharmonia

29th March at 7:30 pm

In a unique performance, internationally renowned cellist Steven Isserlis performs both of Haydn’s Cello Concertos. Bath Philharmonia also presents two of Mozart’s most popular operatic overtures and music by Max Richter and Jonathan Dove in a concert full of sunshine and joy. Tickets £35/£30/£25/£5 (under 18s). Available from Bath Box Office or call 01225 463362. Image credit: Jean Baptiste Millot

dS:uK: The tribute to Dire Straits

9th May at 7:30 pm

dS:uK brings the experience of one of dIRE sTRAITS’ most iconic concerts and albums to UK theatres in 2019 – including Komedia, Bath. Alchemy was the first big live album, recorded at the Hammersmith Odeon in July 1983 during the last two shows of the Love Over Gold tour. The tour included selected hits from all Dire Straits albums to date including Tunnel of Love, Romeo and Juliet and Private Investigations, and also featured many other fan favourite songs that…

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