• Malcolm Arnold
  • The Dancing Master, Op. 34 (1952)

  • Novello & Co Ltd (World)
  • 1+pic.2.2.2/4331/timp.perc/hp.cel/str
  • Soprano, Mezzo Soprano, Alto, 2 Tenors, Bass Baritone
  • 1 hr 15 min
  • Joe Mendoza
  • English

Programme Note

A comedy of intrigues and misunderstandings adapted from William Wycherley’s ‘The Gentleman Dancing Master’. The plot follows the heroine, Miranda and her two suitors: a French dandy and Gerard, who disguises himself as a dancing master.

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Conductor & Director John Andrews, and Susan Moore Director & Designer give an overview of The Dancing Master from Buxton International Festival 2021

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    • 19th October 2021
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    • First recording of Malcolm Arnold's comic opera
    • 24th September 2020
    • A new recording of a comic opera judged too risqué for 1950s audiences, The Dancing Master by Malcolm Arnold, is released for the first time on the Resonus Classics label on September 25.The one-act opera, to a libretto...