About us

London Lyric Opera was created in 2008 and has produced a diverse range of concerts including:  Song Cycles with orchestra; a tribute to the beautiful music of Puccini entitled The Passion of Puccini;  three classic operas, Fidelio and Die Fledermaus at Cadogan Hall and The flying Dutchman at the Barbican plus smaller boutique events in various London recital venues.

LLO_Flying-Dutchman__mg_0797063.jpgWe have been lucky to work with a host of hugely talented singers, performers and. Dramatic soprano, the late Elizabeth Connell, thrilled our sold out Cadogan Hall audience with her emotionally-charged Leonore in Fidelio, while Gweneth-Ann Jeffers’ glorious Senta conducted by Wagnerian specialist conductor, Lionel Friend, touched the hearts of all who heard this remarkable debut at the Barbican.

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Our performances of Die Fledermaus by Johann Strauss II with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and the Philharmonia Chorus, conducted by Madeleine Lovell, featured a special guest appearance by critically acclaimed concert pianist Leslie Howard, whose virtuoso playing of a typically devilish piece by Liszt displayed all the  flair for which he is justly famous.

We recently co-produced a concert dedicated to 400 years of English Choral Music with the critically acclaimed Pinnacle Ensemble led by Michael Waldron.