Eva Marton in conversation with Helena Matheopoulos

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  • Eva Marton in conversation with Helena Matheopoulos
    30 November 2021 - 30 December 2021
    6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Eva Marton in conversation,

with Helena Matheopoulos

ZOOM WEBINAR: 6.30pm, Tuesday 30th November




Helena Matheopoulos

Helena Matheopoulos was born in Athens and has lived in London most of her life. She holds B.A and M.A degrees in Medieval History from UCL. During her journalistic career (originally as Fashion Editor of The Tatler and the Daily Express and later as Arts columnist and interviewer in the Evening News) she has collaborated as a freelance with The Times, The Sunday Times Magazine, The Evening Standard, Vogue, Vanity Fair, and Gramophone’

Her books include: MAESTRO: ENCOUNTERS WITH CONDUCTORS OF TODAY, Hutchinsons, (UK & Harper & Row USA) Named “Music Book of the Year by Stereo Review. BRAVO: TODAY’S TENORS, BARITONES AND BASSES DISCUSS THEIR ROLES, Weidenfeld & Nicholson) Chosen as Season Prize to the winner of the weekly interval quiz of the live Saturday radio broadcast of Metropolitan Opera performances, “Live from the Met.” DIVA: TODAY’S SOPRANOS AND MEZZOS DISCUSS THEIR ROLES AND THE ART OF SINGING (Gollancz); DIVA: THE NEW GENERATION (Little, Brown); PLACIDO DOMINGO: MY ROLES IN OPERA (Little Brown), FASHION DESIGNERS AT THE OPERA (Thames & Hudson)

She is now Associate Editor of Opera Now magazine as well a frequent public speaker in the UK, the Continent and the US.


All tickets for this online event are £5 but free for students/under 30s (with proof of status).  Please register your interest below and you will be sent a Zoom link in good time for the lecture, probably during the previous day. (Please do not contact us for the link unless it has not been received immediately before the lecture is due to begin.) NOTE: Joint members intending to watch this lecture together only need to register once.



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