A musical story about the ocean and how to change your world…
Join 8-year old girl Dewi and her pet tortoise Tortellini as they go on a magic trip through the ocean, where they will meet the inhabitants of the sea, and learn how humans’ actions are impacting their environment.
This audiobook is our first work for children and comes with a beautifully illustrated booklet to follow the story along.
We hope you and your children will enjoy it, and stay tuned for more of Dewi’s adventures!
We commission new and exciting opera from up-and-coming composers, that we create with a new generation of talent in site-specific productions in unusual venues.
Artistic Director Hamish comes from the performance side of opera. His main goal in co-founding The Opera Story is to contribute to ensuring the future of opera, by commissioning new works to be written and performed.
Executive Director and co-founder Manuel has a professional career in the financial services industry, and is now applying his expertise to the administration of the company and to securing resources for its stable funding.
Henrietta is deputy editor of Opera magazine and is a writer, editor, producer and late-onset mezzo-soprano. She has published articles in The Spectator, The Guardian and The Telegraph, in theatre and opera programmes, and has devised narrated song recitals that have been performed at festivals throughout the UK.
Antony is a Trustee of The Opera Story. An economist and consultant, his career has been in management consulting in the UK and Asia. He recently completed a PhD in Musicology and periodically writes about the economics of opera.
Leigh, “the emergent specialist of 20th-century opera” (Financial Times), has carved out a formidable reputation for the performance of new works and dramatic 20th century repertoire.
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Opera is costly to produce and depends on the love and generosity of the many people that feel passionate about it and want to share it with others and keep it as an important part of our lives. We are convinced that in times like these it is more important than ever to keep creating music and are very thankful for our past and current supporters, without whom this work would not be possible.
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