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Spring Concert:
Hallam Operatic

Saturday 26 March 2021, 

Victoria Hall, Norfolk Street, Sheffield

With soloists from Opera on Location

Juliane Gallant – Conductor

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5.00pm and 7.30pm



and Opera On Location



and Conductor

Coming up...

The Jazz Age

Saturday 14 May, 7.30pm, High Storrs School

George Morton returns to Hallam Sinfonia to conduct a programme related to the origins of, or inspired by, early jazz music

Hallam Sinfonia with Jon Boden

Saturday 9 July, 5.00 and 7.30pm, Abbeydale Picture House

Hallam Sinfonia are joined by the 11 time BBC Radio 2 Folk Award winner Jon Boden for this special concert, conducted by Ellie Slorach




Georges Bizet

Selections from Carmen



  Aria. L’amour est un oiseau rebelle



  Aria. Les tringles des sistres

  Les Dragons d'Alcala

  Les Toreadors

Ludwig Van Beethoven

Fidelio – Mir ist’s so wunderbar

Gioachino Rossini

Il barbiere di Siviglia – Largo al factotum

Pietro Mascagni

Cavalleria rusticana - Intermezzo

Richard Wagner

Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg – Morgenlich leuchtend

Leo Delibes

Lakmé – Viens Malika… Sous le dome épais

Giuseppe Verdi

Don Carlos – Dio che nell’alma infondere

Richard Wagner

Tannhäuser– Dich, teure Halle

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Die Zauberflöte – Hm hm hm

5.00pm concert

This slightly more informal concert will include some of the full 7.30pm programme. Each item will be announced.



Click/tap once to see who is who. Click/tap again to read a biography.

(Emma Rae Ward is stepping in for Andrea Tweedale (Soprano) due to ill health) 

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Opera on Location

Formed in 2013, Opera on Location is a vibrant Opera company based in Sheffield with one simple aim: to perform exciting site-specific opera.

After gaining charitable status in June 2020, Opera on Location continue to be committed to bringing innovatively staged, high quality, affordable opera to Sheffield and South Yorkshire. As part of Opera on Location’s commitment to making opera more accessible, productions are always sung in English with newly commissioned librettos that reflect the modern-day world.


Juliane Gallant


Juliane Gallant is a conductor in Tapestry Opera’s inaugural Women in Musical Leadership Fellowship, working with orchestras and opera companies across Canada.


A graduate of the National Opera Studio and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Juliane has led productions for Opera on Location, Hampstead Garden Opera, Opera Up Close, King’s Head Theatre, St Paul’s Opera, and the Clapham Opera Festival. In 2021, she made her Royal Opera House conducting debut in Mami Wata as part of the Engender Festival, in collaboration with Pegasus Opera.


Juliane was one of twelve conductors selected for the Royal Opera House’s inaugural Women Conductors Course in partnership with the National Opera Studio and the Royal Philharmonic Society. Through the Royal Opera House, she has received training from Sian Edwards, Alice Farnham, and current conducting mentors include Karen Kamensek, JoAnn Falletta and Rosemary Thomson.


Juliane is a recipient of funding from the Opera Awards Foundation, the New Brunswick Arts Council, the Salters Company, and the Leverhulme Trust.


Hallam Sinfonia


Violin 1

Hannah Thompson-Smith, Adrian Garratt, John Cooper, Kate Fehler, Paul Adams, Ellis Ash, Mary Dougherty, Jenny North

Violin 2

Catherine Bowman, Jack Czauderna, Hannah Watson, Holly Ormrod-Stebbings, Richard Gilbert


Helen Mather, Charlotte Kenyon, Kiri Smith, Charlotte Boig, Sue Adams, Laura French


Jeremy Dawson, Joy Paul, Sue Dumpleton, Angela Rosenfeld, Amy Gould, Ian Naylor


David Shearn, Stuart Wilson, John Goepel


Judith Ennis, Kath Hathaway


Michael Sluman, Helen Jenkinson


Karen Burland, Cath Murray


Dawn Allenby, Chris Thorp


Rachel Wilkes, Rachel Melland, Frank Edenborough, Andy Evans


Matthew Redfearn, Jo Beach


Andrew Knowles, Sophie Anderson, Richard Dixon


John Pullin


Gareth Widdowson, Tom Mascerenas, Leo Copley


Imogen Garnett


Stephanie Pitts

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Support Hallam Sinfonia

We love to give our supportive audiences quality performances at our concerts in Sheffield and the surrounding area. We do, however, face increasing difficulties in delivering our vision with difficult circumstances and rising costs. We need your help!

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