D'Oyly Carte


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D'Oy·ly Carte

 (doi′lē kärt′), Richard
See Richard D'Oyly Carte.

D'Oyly Carte

(ˈdɔɪlɪ kɑːt)
n
(Biography) Richard. 1844–1901, British impresario noted for his productions of the operettas of Gilbert and Sullivan

D'Oy•ly Carte

(ˈdɔɪ li ˈkɑrt)
n.
Richard, Carte, Richard d'Oyly.
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Noun1.D'Oyly Carte - English impresario who brought Gilbert and Sullivan together and produced many of their operettas in London (1844-1901)
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It is the most ambitious professional light opera company tour since the late 1970s which coincidentally featured the original touring G&S Opera Company - the D'Oyly Carte.
1901: Richard D'Oyly Carte, English impresario best remembered as the man behind Gilbert and Sullivan and who built the Savoy Theatre to house their works, died.
The audience on this historic opening night were astounded as impresario Richard D'Oyly Carte demonstrated the safety of the incandescent electric lamps by smashing a lighted lamp bulb into a piece of muslin, extinguishing the light but causing no damage.
The trust launched a PS75,000 appeal to buy land adjoining the reserve, The latest donation to the appeal - PS4,000 from the D'Oyly Carte Charitable Trust - has now taken the total to PS89,000.
Producer Richard D'Oyly Carte brought Gilbert and Sullivan together and nurtured their collaboration.
If he wanted firmer ground to walk on, it was new carpet at the Savoy Theatre in London, built by producer Richard D'Oyly Carte specifically for Gilbert and Sullivan operetta productions, that caused what for a while seemed like an irrevocable upheaval in the relationship.
He got the job with D'Oyly Carte and went on to train at the Royal College of Music, the National Opera Studio and the Royal Opera House.
Boe was brought up near Blackpool before landing a spot with the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company in his late teens.
The European Orchestral Ensemble will accompany four soloists from major opera companies including Opera North, English National Opera and D'Oyly Carte.
Established in 1889, The Savoy was the brainchild of the Gilbert and Sullivan impresario Richard D'Oyly Carte and went on to attract royalty, writers and Hollywood stars such as Frank Sinatra and Marilyn Monroe.
Oost (English, Wesleyan College, Georgia) examines a neglected character in the story of Gilbert and Sullivan, the man who advanced the money, set the stage and promoted the operas, Richard D'Oyly Carte.