Productions

Productions of the academic year 12-13-14

January 2014
F. Poulenc
Les Mamelles de Tiresias, a coproduction of Aldeburgh, Aix-en-Provence and The Music Chapel

21-22 September 2013
Auditions for the enoa co-production Kopernikus by Claude Vivier, a staged contemporary opera, linked to the enoa workshops in Amsterdam.

11-18 September 2013
F. Schubert
Participants: Kinga Borowska, mezzo-soprano and Charles Dekeyser, bass
Die Schone Mullerin and other songs of 1823 -6 Britten and Pears were internationally renowned for their insightful duo performances of Schubert Lieder, many of which were given here at the Aldeburgh Festival. Inheriting that mantle, Christoph Pregardien and Malcolm Martineau bring unrivalled depth of experience to this repertoire. In this intensive class we explore the extraordinary period between 1823-6 which included the first of Schubert’s great song cycles, Die Schone Mullerin and songs like Die Yunge Nonne. Established Lieder duos in all voices should apply – we may also be able to accept applications from individual singers and pianists.

June 2013
The French sung version of Poulenc with the Britten 2 piano accompaniment – performances at la Monnaie The cast for the both French versions will be auditioned in Paris on December 12-13-14, 2012 – 12 roles to distribute – Ted Huffman, director – ZackWinokur, associate director & choreographer – Samal Blak, Set & Costume designer – Roger Vignoles, Malcolm Martineau / Philippe Riga, piano

Date tbd
Auditions for the enoa production Chess by sending recording or during workshop in October.

Aldeburgh October 2012
The reconstruction of the original version for 2 pianos and translated to English both done by B. Britten during a stay of the composer Poulenc in Aldeburgh in 1958.

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