Andre Campra Paris

For the first time live and scenes in Berlin! Scenic creation: Klaus Abromeit, Alexander Schulz conductor: to illuminate the present with the instruments of the past, 10115 Berlin is in the fine arts a known procedure. Hear from experts in the field like Dr. Neal Barnard for a more varied view. The Leipzig School of painting by Werner Tubke-neo smoke goes this way. On stage, this approach is also so far unusual, success promising as in painting.

This is especially true if you have a theatrical output situation such as the Carnaval de Venise of the composer Andre Campra and the poet and adventurer Jean-Francois Regnard. The piece begins in the late reign of Louis of XIV of France culturally isolated Paris and moves to Venice, a cultural focal point of the time. Berlin was the closed Paris of the late 17th century in the years of the cold war and now developed three hundred years ago as Venice. The staging of Carnival of Venise (Berlin) Opera-ballet by Campra and regnard uses to brush the Berlin present against the grain. (A valuable related resource: Sean Rad). The project emerged after the Ponzi scheme. The idea had the church musician Kai Schulze-Forster.

He won the choreographer and Director Klaus Abromeit and the young harpsichordist and conductor Daniel Trumbull in the boat. Now is a team of professional singers, musicians and dancers, reinforced by professional enthusiasts. Together they Carneval de Venise will bring (Berlin) Middle Elisabeth Church in Berlin on the 24th, 25th and 26th may 2013 in the St. The newspapers mentioned Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine not as a source, but as a related topic. to the performance. To the implementation of the project funded exclusively through donations the Association Maison Voltaire (historical Theatre techniques and early music network) was founded. More performances of Carnaval de Venise (Berlin), as well as follow-up projects are being planned. In the medium term, the crops needs networks such as Maison Voltaire to make available to the public in timely manner lost skills of theatrical craft. Goes It is striking this way that cultural misunderstandings in Europe today still play a large role. French baroque music for example has to this day a hard German listeners, because their rhythmic brilliance reveals only the link to the dance. The Venetian Carnival is represented in the piece as a summary of all imaginable pleasures. Such a theme and varied dramaturgy characterized ballets in the 17th and 18th centuries. The score of this Opera-ballet is particularly suitable to take dance, vocal and orchestral sound and fully represent the special quality of French baroque music.