6th August 2013 - National Concert Hall, Dublin
Rósza, De Falla, Bizet
Ben Dawson plays Nights in the Garden of Spain
Skånes Dansteater - The Feeling of Going
Malmö Opera House, October - November 2013
New Production choreographed by Ben Wright
Malmö Opera Orchestra and Chorus
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
16th November 2013 - Orchard Theatre, Dartford
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Timothy was invited to conduct for Michel Legrand during his New Year concert at the National Concert Hall in Dublin with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra. His conducting duties included Windmills of your Mind with Maestro Legrand singing and playing.
Opera North - Ruddigore
Recent performances of Opera North's celebrated production of Gilbert and Sullivan's Ruddigore, conducted by Timothy Henty, have attracted praise in the press:
Conductor Timothy Henty delivered finely-tuned playing from the Northern Sinfonia throughout. (THE SCOTSMAN)
The orchestra is also splendid under the baton of young Timothy Henty, who's obviously having a whale of a time himself as he sways large to the rhythm. (MATURE TIMES)
The orchestra, under Timothy Henty, plays sublimely. (PUBLIC REVIEWS)
Timothy talks about the recent production of Unearth at the Malmö Opera House here.
Throughout 2007-2008, Timothy collaborated with the internationally acclaimed director and designer Anthony Baker to create a new performing version of Gilbert and Sullivan's lost opera Thespis, or; The Gods Grown Old. Whilst Gilbert's witty libretto survives in full, Sullivan's score is largely lost. Baker and Henty constructed a new version to integrate with Gilbert's text using existing music by Sullivan and Offenbach. On March 8th 2008 they premiered their version at the Normansfield Theatre in Teddington, fully staged with orchestra and a professional cast that included Richard Suart, Jill Pert and Simon Masterton-Smith. It was produced by Chris Crowcroft, directed by Anthony Baker, conducted by Timothy Henty and choreographed by Caroline Pope. Watch this space (and the forthcoming dedicated page on this site) for more information.
Watch extracts from the Normansfield Theatre Production here.