Robert Howarth with the AAM in London and Gloucester

Robert HowarthHaving previously directed Poppea with the group Conductor Robert Howarth leads performances of the Monteverdi Vespers 1610 with the Academy of Ancient Music on June 23 at The Barbican, London and July 14 in Gloucester Cathedral as part of The Cheltenham Festival. At the Dartington Summer School he directs a programme of Great Baroque Sonatas on August 5 and Purcell King Arthur on August 10.

Robert Howarth conducts Dido ‘n’ Aeneas in Birmingham

Robert HowarthReturning to the company after previous collaborations with The return of Ulysses and Il combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda conductor Robert Howarth directs Dido & Aeneas with Graham’s Vick’s Birmingham Opera Company for performances on March 18, 19, 21, 22 & 23 in Birmingham. There are two performances per evening at a ‘secret venue’.

Robert Howarth directs music for new Farinelli play

Robert HowarthConductor Robert Howarth is Director of Music for Claire van Kampen’s new play Farinelli and the King. Starring Iestyn Davies and Mark Rylance, the new work explores the relationship of the famed castro, and King Philippe V of Spain. Performances from February 11 at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.

Robert Howarth conducts Poppea

Robert Howarth, conductorConductor Robert Howarth will replace Richard Egarr for the Academy of Ancient Music’s production of L’incoronazione di Poppea at The Barbican, London on October 4. Directing Alexander Oliver’s semi-Staging, Howarth will be joined by a stellar cast including Lynne Dawson (Poppea), Sarah Connolly (Nerone), Marina de Liso (Ottavia), Iestyn Davies (Ottone) and Matthew Rose (Seneca).[More …]

Robert Howarth Opernhaus Zurich debut

Robert Howarth, conductor

Conductor Robert Howarth will make his Opernhaus Zurich début conducting Monteverdi’s Il Ritorno d’Ulisse in Patria. He takes over at short notice for the production by Willy Decker with an all-star cast that includes Kurt Streit and Sara Mingardo. Performances on May 17, 21, 23, 28, 30, June 1, 5, 7, 11 & 14.