Sunday, November 11, 2012

Participate in the Making of an Opera

An Opera in Five Acts is a project of  Vision Forum realised in collaboration with DRAF.


An Opera in Five Acts is initiated and led by Fatos Ustek and Per Huttner with Ariella Yedgar, Joel Vacheron, Annalisa Sonzogni, Jean Louis Huhta, Anna Berglind and Manuela Ribadeniera.

An Opera in Five Acts is an interactive production of an imaginary opera. Each act is treated as the place a development for one aspect or components that make up an opera. We devote one sessions each to: the libretto, the stage, the musical instruments, the choreography and the music. Opera in Five Acts is based on the conceptual framework of the exhibition "A House of Leaves" and builds on the artworks that are being shown.

An Opera in Five Acts invites the audience to take part in the course of its production. If you want to participate write to info@davidrobertsartfoundation. You are welcome to participate in ACT I-IV. ACT V will not host audience participation. For more info about times for the acts and its content look below.

Act I – 17.11.2012 : Libretto
Please join us for the production of the characters and the script of the Opera.
Led by Ariella Yedgar, Fatos Ustek, Annalisa Soznogni, Joel Vacheron.

Act II – 15.12.2012: Musical Instruments
Please be invited to join Joel Vacheron, Manuela Ribenaidenira, Annalisa Soznogni, Fatos Ustek, Ariella Yedgar and Per Huttner to produce the musical instruments for the characters of the Opera from the installation tools of DRAF.

ACT III – 19.01.2012: Choreography
Conceptualised by Manuela Ribadeneira and Fatos Ustek, realised with Annalisa Sonzogni, Joel Vacheron, Ariella Yedgar, ACT III invites you to take part as performers both on stage, in the orchestra and in the audience.

ACT IV – 26.01.2012: Stage and Lighting
Please join Per Huttner, Fatos Ustek, Annalisa Sonzogni, Joel Vacheron,   Manuela Ribenaidenira creating the stage  and lights for the opera built on ACT III.

ACT V – 09.02.2012: Soundtrack and Scene
Please join us for the hearing of the soundtrack of An Opera... composed by Jean Louis Huhta sourced upon the four former acts, within the scenery conceptualised by Anna Berglind.
(The program is open for changes)

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