The Opera Awards Foundation raises funds to provide bursaries to artists working towards a career in opera, from singers and conductors to directors and designers.
Our Patrons’ Circle allows individuals to support and engage with this next generation of operatic talent. Recent Patrons’ Circle events include a showcase for our Bursary Winners at a stunning private home in Westminster, a Duets Masterclass at Canada House with Adrianne Pieczonka and Gerald Finley, and dinner at Mosimann’s with Lawrence Brownlee.
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- Priority booking for International Opera Awards ceremony, Opera Awards Foundation gala dinner and other events.
- Regular updates and offers.
All Patron benefits, plus:
- Recognition on IOA/OAF website.
- Exclusive discounts from selected partners.
All Bronze benefits, plus:
- Recognition in Awards and Gala Dinner programmes.
- Patrons Circle recitals and masterclasses.
All Silver benefits, plus:
- Private thank you event with leading opera singer at International Opera Awards Ceremony
All Gold benefits, plus:
- Named Opera Awards Foundation Bursary or International Opera Awards category, including opportunity to present at Awards or Gala Dinner.
- Updates from the winner, including opportunities to meet and invitations to performances.
All Gold benefits, plus:
- Two named Opera Awards Foundation Bursaries or International Opera Awards categories, including opportunity to present at Awards or Gala Dinner.
- Updates from the winners, including opportunities to meet and invitations to performances.
YOUNG PATRONS’ CIRCLE
(Up to age 35)
Benefits as above for 50% contribution.
The Opera Awards Foundation gratefully acknowledges the support of individuals whose patronage enables us to provide bursaries for the next generation of operatic talent.
Ailsa & Jonathan Feroze
Paul & Diana Salmon
Dr Stephen & Mrs Kathryn Wright
Dr Ann Coxon
Robert & Shoshannah Fenner
George & Patti White
PATRONS’ CIRCLE EVENTS
In Conversation: Corinne Winters
Monday 21st May
Acclaimed by The New York Times as “an outstanding actress, as well as a singer of extraordinary grace and finesse”, American soprano Corinne Winters was most recently seen in London as Violetta in the Royal Opera House’s La traviata. She will be joined by Mark Pullinger, contributor to Opera magazine and editor of Bachtrack, to speak about her pathway to opera, career highlights, and upcoming roles.