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Bringing Opera to All and All to Opera!

Una Voce Opera Company was founded by the McAulay Family and Friends on 26th September 1996 with the mission of: Bringing Opera to all and all to Opera at affordable prices and in accessible venues whilst educating and entertaining the public and giving singers a platform to express their art and demonstrate their voices.

Since that time, Una Voce Opera Company has produced eight fully-staged Operas and one Musical Play, featuring professional and semi-professional Principals and the Una Voce Chorus.

1998 Menotti's Amahl & the Night Visitors
(Little Crosby and Birkenhead)
1999 Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro
(Neptune Theatre, Liverpool)
2000 Mozart's The Magic Flute
(Neptune Theatre, Liverpool)
2001 Offenbach's La Belle Hélène
(Neptune Theatre, Liverpool)
2002 Donizetti's Emilia di Liverpool
(The Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool)
2007 Donizetti's The Daughter of the Regiment
(Southport Arts Centre, Southport)
2008 Mozart's Don Giovanni
(Southport Arts Centre, Southport)
2008 Norton & Asche's Chu Chin Chow
(Southport Arts Centre, Southport)
2009 Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin
(Neston Parish Church, Wirral)
(Southport Arts Centre, Southport)
and several semi-staged Operas including
2003 Verdi's Rigoletto [Act III]
set within a Verdi Gala Concert
(Southport Arts Centre, Southport)
(West Kirby Community Centre, West Kirby)
(The Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, Liverpool)

In addition, the company has held over two hundred Opera Concerts, several Singing Workshops with Opera Master-classes given by well-known Opera Singers and Tutors, thirteen Anniversary Opera Supper Concerts, themed nights and other similar events - many in support of well-known Charities such as SAMM (Support After Murder & Manslaughter), Mersey Heritage, The Royal British Legion, The Friends of the Liverpool Playhouse, Clatterbridge Cancer Campaign, British Red Cross, Woodlands Hospice, Jospice International and Macmillan Cancer Support; and six 'Opera in the Park Concerts' in the open-air (and televised on two occasions) at Calderstones Park, Liverpool, by kind invitation of the Liverpool Park Ranger Service.

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