Netia Jones

Award Nominations

2013 - Nominated for a South Bank Sky Arts Award for Where the Wild Things Are

2013 - Royal Philharmonic Society Award for Where the Wild Things Are

2011 - Royal Philharmonic Society Award


 


Netia Jones is the director of Transition, the critically acclaimed multimedia performance group and Lightmap, a mixed media partnership working in video, film, performance and installation.


Dark Mirror - The Barbican
elegant, inventive, a haunting take on alienation...
— ★★★★★ Financial Times
Magic Flute - Garsington Opera
every detail is precisely observed... it’s disturbing and truthful...
— ★★★★ The Observer
Curlew River - The Barbican
But the Britten Sinfonia – blessings on its name – has got it triumphantly right, with a magnificent cast of musicians and a production by Netia Jones of eloquent simplicity that never allows the densely ritualised action to slip into bathos or unintentional comedy.
— ★★★★★ The Telegraph

Gallery


2018

Production

Company

The Magic Flute Garsington Opera (UK)
The Outcast Olga Neuwirth, Wien Modern Festival
The Dark Mirror Shanghai Grand Theater (China)

2017

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A Midsummer Night's Dream Aldeburgh Festival, Snape Maltings (UK)
Handel's Messiah Bergen National Opera (Norway)
The Dark Mirror - Zender's Winterreise Perth Festival (Australia)

2016

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The Dark Mirror National Taichung Theatre (Taiwan)
Verklarte Nacht/Erwartung Bergen Nasjonal Opera
The Dark Mirror - Zender's Winterreise Barbican (London)
Unquiet Heart Lincoln Centre (New York)

2015

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Verklarte Nacht Paris Chamber Orchestra
Stirrings Still Happy Days International Beckett Festival
Atthis The Royal Opera House
Alice in Wonderland Los Angeles Philharmonic & The Barbican (London)
Les Illuminations Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra

2014

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Company

Curlew River USA Tour of New York, North Carolina & California
LA Philharmonic Opening Gala Los Angeles Philharmonic Gala to celebrate the music of John Williams
Verklarte Nacht Gavle Concert Hall, Sweden