Sarah Fahie: cinema & streaming

Sarah Fahie, choreographerChoreographer and movement director Sarah Fahie’s work can be seen in cinemas on October 3 in La Bohème live from The Royal Opera House. The staging by Richard Jones is conducted by Antonio Pappano and is a co-production with the Teatro Real, Madrid and Chicago Lyric Opera. From October 2 Garsington Opera’s production of Semele in Annalese Miskimmon’s staging with Sarah’s movement direction will be available to view on BBC Arts Online for six months.

Sarah Fahie: another Don Giovanni

Sarah Fahie, choreographerFollowing recent success with Richard Jones’ production for English National Opera, Movement Director Sarah Fahie returns to Don Giovanni this time with Olivers Mears for Northern Ireland Opera. The performances take place on November 18 and 19 at the Belfast Grand Opera House and will be conducted by conducted by Nicholas Chalmers.

Sarah Fahie joins Ted Huffman for premiere

Sarah Fahie, choreographerSarah Fahie provides the movement for the world premiere of Philip Venables’ 4:48 Psyschosis based on Sarah Kane’s play. She works with director Ted Huffman for the first time whose production for the Royal Opera at the Lyric Hammersmith opens on May 24 with further performances on May 26, 27 & 28.

Critical acclaim for Sarah Fahie and Der Rosenkavalier

Sarah Fahie, choreographerCritical acclaim for Sarah Fahie‘s work on Glyndebourne’s new production of Der Rosenkavalier: “[Richard] Jones and his Movement Director Sarah Fahie choreograph the interactions between those on stage and the sounds from the pit with such detail that it feels that the score is literally coming to life” Opera Today

Sarah Fahie at Glyndebourne

Sarah Fahie, choreographerMovement director Sarah Fahie’s work will be on display in  Richard Jones’ new production of Der Rosenkavalier at Glyndebourne. Opening on May 17, there are further performances on May 21, 24, 29, June 1, 5, 8, 12, 15, 19, 22, 26 & July 3. Robin Ticciati conducts and the production will be broadcast live in cinemas on June 8 and will be streamed on the Telegraph website at the same time.