Opera di Peroni runs for two seasons - spring/summer and autumn/winter - presenting two productions of authentic operas that will be run with a modern soundtrack, including new music from Kwes.
Key arias from Verdi's La Traviata and Puccini's La Bohème and La Rondine will be reworked into new productions in an al fresco opera scene.
The operas will be performed at London's Triton Square on July 5 to 7.
They then move to Birmingham Cathedral Square for July 11 to 12, travelling to Manchester Media City on July 18 to 19 and Liverpool Anglican Cathedral for August 15 to 16.
Creative director James Hurley said: "Throughout the creative process it has been crucial to stay true to the opera's essentially Italian heritage while making the work feel fresh and innovative to stimulate the passion of a new audience, many of whom may have never seen an opera before.
"Puccini is one of the greatest Italian opera composers and La Rondine contains some of his most beautiful and heartbreaking music.
"It is a work that is rarely (if ever) performed outside the big opera houses, so the team and I have had the creative freedom to produce a completely unique musical-theatrical event which pushes the boundaries of what people may have come to expect from a night at the opera. We encourage everyone to leave their preconceptions at the door!"