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Haymarket Hotel

1 Suffolk Place London SW1Y 4HX

  • Sky Ingram, Opera Singer poses in a black floor length gown
  • The Shooting Gallery at Haymarket Hotel.  A grand room with high ceilings. A dark grey wallpaper patterned with tropical plants with ornate chandeliers hanging from the roof.  Five round tables are laid up for a formal dinner.
  • Sky Ingram, Opera Singer poses on a sofa in a black floor length gown
  • A beef dish on a bed of vegetables alongside a glass of red wine
  • Haymarket hotel presents
    an evening of opera, featuring sky Ingram
    monday 9th JULY, 6.30pm - 9.30PM

    In partnership with the International Opera Awards, join Haymarket Hotel for an exclusive evening of opera, featuring soprano singer, Sky Ingram in the stunning surroundings of the hotel’s Shooting Gallery.

    The evening will commence with a Champagne reception and a selection of canapes, followed by a one-hour performance by Sky Ingram and accompanist, Somi Kim, ending with a delicious three-course dinner and wine, making it a truly memorable evening.

    Sky Ingram is an Australian soprano living in London, where she trained at the National Opera Studio and studied on the Opera Course at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama. Sky performed the role of Lea in the world premiere of Glare for her debut at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden in 2014 to huge critical acclaim. 2015 marked her American debut as Avis in The Wreckers for the Bard SummerScape in New York, USA.  Returning to the Royal Opera House, Sky sang the role of Venus in Rossi’s Orpheus at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse in London and in 2016 she sang the title role of Rusalka in Valladolid, Spain, and La Contessa Le Nozze di Figaro in Norway.

    Tickets cost £95 per person.


    18.30      Arrival in the Drawing Room for a Champagne and Canapé Reception
    19.00      Opera performance by Sky Ingram in The Shooting Gallery
    20.00      Three-course dinner with wine is served in The Shooting Gallery

    The Opera Awards Foundation was founded in 2012 by Harry Hyman and Opera editor John Allison, who recognised that there were many artistically talented individuals whose potential was not being nurtured to development. The Foundation awards annual bursaries to aspiring operatic talent. There are no restrictions on age or nationality, nor is support limited to singers: applications are encouraged from any artist working toward a career in opera, who needs financial support to achieve their career goals.

    Opera Awards Foundation Bursary recipients have been engaged by The Royal Opera House, The Metropolitan Opera, English National Opera, Glyndebourne, Welsh National Opera, the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Opera Holland Park, Santa Fe Opera and Hungarian State Opera. They are members of the world’s most prestigious Young Artist Programmes including the Opernhaus Zürich International Opera Studio, Royal Opera House Jette Parker Young Artists, English National Opera Harewood Artists, National Opera Studio and Salzburg Festival Young Singers Project. The Foundation invites applications annually and these are considered by the Trustees. The Opera Awards Foundation is a registered charity (charity number 1151026).

    For more information on Sky Ingram, please visit her website