Latin American dance star and Royal Ballet soloist Fernando Montano stages a unique and very special night of dance, opera and classical music as part of his 'Dance for the Sea' project to help raise awareness of the problems caused by plastic in the ocean. The event will also raise funds for his partner charity, the Marine Conservation Society and is sponsored by Rakuten, a global leader in internet services.
Hosted by Sian Lloyd, the evening will feature the stunning voice of Lithuanian mezzo-soprano Justina Gringyte, who will once again play the title role of the ENO's forthcoming production of Carmen at the London Coliseum. They will be accompanied by leading Latvian concert pianist and Academy alumnus Reinis Zarins and Jonathan Hill, the outstanding lead violinist of Les Misérables and many other London productions. A number of other special guests will be joining Fernando on stage during the evening for the performance and a very special auction.
There are also a very limited number of tickets available for the Marine Conservation Society's interval and post-show VIP drinks reception in the Angela Burgess Recital Hall where guests will be able to meet Fernando and the cast after the performance and also have an exclusive viewing of the ten special underwater photos of Fernando and plastic, by Robin Conway. The VIP tickets cost an additional £50 and include drinks. They can be purchased after you have selected your seats and all proceeds will be given to the Marine Conservation Society.
Marine Conservation Society registered charity no: 1004005 England & Wales, SC037480 Scotland.
In order to attend the interval and post-show VIP receptions, please select the option in the basket after choosing your seats. The VIP reception will be charged at an additional £50 on top of the ticket price and all proceeds will be given to the Marine Conservation Society.