Nevill Holt Opera between Uppingham and Market Harborough to reopen for live music in its gardens from July 4
Nevill Holt Opera, between Uppingham and Market Harborough, will reopen its gardens on Saturday, July 4, offering guests the opportunity to enjoy socially distanced performances of live music as well as the iconic art and sculpture that is on display.
For £15 per person (£10 per child) guests can enjoy an hour and a half exploring the famous gardens, while being serenaded by singing from four of Nevill Holt Opera’s young artists. For most guests, this will be the first time that live music will be available for them to experience since lockdown began.
Each summer, Nevill Holt Opera mounts a programme of world-class opera in its RIBA award-winning theatre on the Nevill Holt estate. As well as opening to the public on July 4, Nevill Holt Opera has marked what would have been the start of its season with a special prize draw and by releasing music recorded in its theatre in June for free on its social media channels.
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