ARROCHAR'S Three Villages Hall will be the next stop for a national opera theatre production this weekend.

The Opera Highlights show rolls into the village on Sunday, February 15 as part of a 17-date tour across the country.

With four singers and a pianist journeying the length and breadth of Scotland, from Lerwick in the north to Castle Douglas in the south, the performance is a must-see for classical music fans.

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Set in a beautiful garden, director Roxana Haines’ production features a playlist of operatic classics and must-hear rarities, curated by Scottish Opera’s head of music Derek Clark.

Highlights include Delibes’ ‘Flower Duet’, Vaughan Williams’ ‘Blue larkspur in a garden’ and many more from the likes of Mozart, Lehár and Scottish Opera composer in residence, Samuel Bordoli.

Scottish Opera 2019/20 emerging artist répétiteur Michael Papadopoulos is the pianist/music director, and is joined by soprano Zoe Drummond, mezzo-soprano Jade Moffat, tenor Andrew Irwin and baritone Arthur Bruce, The Robertson Trust Scottish Opera emerging artist this season.

Described as a 'party on your doorstep', tickets for the event are available to buy now from

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