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He went on to become a professional opera singer appearing with many companies including English National Opera and Opera North.
The idea for The Sweeper of Dreams - which narrowly missed out on a place in the final of an English National Opera contest for adult composers - came in a dream.
The English National Opera production is based on the semi-autobiographical novel written by Polish writer Zofia Posmysz.
Working with, among others, opera singers Willard White and Lesley Garrett and conductor John Eliot Gardiner, she is now head of training for the Young Singers Programme at English National Opera.
Consett-born Graeme Dan by and his wife Valerie, who sing for English National Opera, will lead in two performances in aid of the NSPCC Child's Voice Appeal.
Inside the auditorium, I feel at home: I recognise the building as by Frank Matcham, the Edwardian architect who built the London Coliseum, the base of English National Opera.
The English National Opera (ENO) production, directed by the arthouse film-maker Sally Potter, will be shown on the internet in an attempt to capture new audiences.
Jonas came to Munich from London, where he had reinvented the English National Opera and made it Europe’s most irrepressibly theatrical troupe.