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Freedom of Expression

Verantwortlicher Autor: Nadejda Komendantova Kammeropera of Vienna, 06.12.2022, 11:55 Uhr
Presse-Ressort von: Dr. Nadejda Komendantova Bericht 5165x gelesen

Kammeropera of Vienna [ENA] L’ARBORE DI DIANA is an opera by Vicente Martín y Soler, presented at the Kammeroper Vienna. This opera tells the story of Diana, the goddess of the hunt, and her love for the shepherd Endimione. The opera is a mix of comedy and tragedy, with a beautiful score and a captivating story. The Kammeroper Vienna is the perfect venue for this opera, as it is a small and intimate theater with perfect acoustic.

Vicente Martín y Soler was a Spanish composer of the late 18th century. He was born in Valencia in 1754 and died in 1806. He is best known for his operas, which were popular in his time and are still performed today. Martín y Soler studied music in Italy and was influenced by the Italian style of opera. He wrote over 20 operas. Libretto was written by Lorenzo Da Ponte who was an Italian poet, librettist, and teacher who is best known for his collaborations with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Born in 1749 in Ceneda, Italy, Da Ponte was educated in a seminary and ordained as a priest in 1773. He was appointed as the official poet to the court of the Holy Roman Emperor Joseph II in Vienna in 1783.

The baroque music was performed by the Rubén Dubrovsky, those Bach Consort Wien ensemble is a unique group of musicians dedicated to performing music from the Baroque and Renaissance eras on period instruments. Founded in 2008 by Rubén Dubrovsky, the ensemble has become one of the most sought-after groups of its kind in the world. The ensemble is made up of some of the finest musicians in the world, all of whom specialize in playing period instruments.

The topic of sexual orientation and freedom of expression was in focus of the modern installation of the opera. The theme of sexuality is explored in many operas, often through the use of symbolism and metaphor. In some cases, the theme of sexuality is explored through the characters' relationships with each other, while in others it is explored through the music and lyrics. In some operas, the theme of sexuality is explored through the use of explicit language and imagery. In others, it is explored through the use of more subtle and nuanced references.

L'arbore di Diana is a musical comedy about young lovers on the verge of adulthood. It follows the story of two young people, Diana and her beloved, as they navigate the complexities of growing up and falling in love. The story follows Diana and her beloved as they struggle to find their place in the world and make sense of their feelings for each other. In the current version of the performance the story also involves relationships between different people, including questions of power, freedom of expression and traditional values. It was developed by the famous Spanish Regisseurs Rafael R. Villalobos.

The role of Diana was performed by Veronica Cangemi who is an Argentinian opera singer and has been performing in various opera houses. She is renowned for her powerful and emotive performances, and has been praised for her ability to bring a unique and passionate interpretation to each role she takes on. Veronica began her career and is very famous for her performing in baroque various operas such as L’incoronazione di Poppea of Monteverdi, Armida of Haydn, Griselda of Scarlattis and many others. She quickly gained recognition for her powerful and emotive performances, and her unforgettable voice.

A special mention should go to the role of Amor virtuously performed by Maayan Licht who is a baroque opera singer from Amsterdam. He has been performing has developed a unique style of singing that combines traditional baroque opera with modern influences. Maayan is the winner of several awards and has performed in many of the world's most prestigious opera houses. Maayan's voice is extremely powerful and expressive.

L’ARBORE DI DIANA by Vicente Martín y Soler was a truly remarkable experience. The production of the Theater an Der Wien performed at the Kammeroper Wien was a stunning visual and aural feast. The set design was interesting, with realities of a school or public amenities in a not so well off public location. The music was sublime, with wonderful Baroque tradition that perfectly complemented the action on stage. The singing was superb, with the cast delivering powerful, impressive and really engaged play.

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