Simon is one of the many leading artists supporting this new initiative, created by the soprano Barbara Hannigan, to help their younger colleagues in this difficult time. Click on screenshot for more info… 

It has been announced that the Metropolitan Opera’s 2020-21 season has been cancelled. Simon’s performances of La Traviata in January and February 2021 will therefore not now take place.

During recent filming at Grange Park Opera, Simon also recorded Count Almaviva in the Act III sextet from Le Nozze di Figaro, to be shown online – date to be confirmed. Click on screenshot for info…

Following the summer tour of his Welsh farm, Simon will now take us for ‘An Autumn Walk in Wales’ online via Grange Park Opera’s website on a date to be confirmed. Click on screenshot for info…

The first reviews – two 3 star and one 4 star – of ‘A Feast in the Time of Plague’ have now been added to the performance page. Click on picture above to read… (Photo @grangeparkopera on Twitter)

‘A Feast in the Time of Plague’, being performed and filmed at Grange Park Opera on 12 and 13 September, will be broadcast in two parts on dates to be confirmed. Click above for info..

Faust from the ROH, recorded in 2014 with Simon as Valentin, will be broadcast on BBC Radio 3 on 24 September at 2pm and then available for 30 days on BBC Sounds. Click on screenshot for link…

The Tempest, from 2012, with Simon as Prospero, will be the Met nightly opera stream available for 23 hours from 06 September at 7.30pm  US ET time. Click on screenshot for details and link…..

Don Carlo from 2010, with Simon as Rodrigo, will be the Met nightly opera stream available for 23 hours from 29 August at 7.30pm EDT (US time). Click on screenshot for details and link…..

Simon’s Wigmore Hall recital with Malcolm Martineau will now take place on 22 December and will also be livestreamed. Click on photo for more info…