XOGA at the OMNIBUS THEATRE | SHAKESPEAREAN COUPLES
Créditos teaser: Camille Jetzer
XOGA presents an evening of opera, song and dance based on Shakespearean couples. Ophelia, Hamlet, Romeo, Juliet… Turbulent love stories of jealousy, disappointment, vanity, ambition, chance, fate and madness that with death come to an end.
In the second half of the evening, the story of Gloria and Labarta from the Galician opera “O Arame” (The Tightrope) by Galician composer Juan Durán, and with libretto by Manuel Lourenzo, follows as tragic a path as those by Shakespeare.
Is death an end to the agony, an ultimate proof of love, a punishment or redemption?…
Soprano | Lorena Paz Nieto
Baritone | Phil Wilcox
Dancers | Azzurra Cacceta and Fran Mangiacasale
Ensemble | Victoria Jericó, Ana do Vale (violins); Anastasia Sofina (viola); Mike Newman (cello); Laura Cioffi (flute); Mireia González Ricart (oboe); Ángel Sánchez (clarinet); Tom Moss (bassoon); Derryck Nasib (horn); Tamara Lorenzo Gabeiras (piano).
Galician, English and German. English surtitles projected over the scene.
Two halves of around 45 minutos each with and intermission of 20 minutes.
London, 24th June 2018 | 7:30pm
Omnibus Theatre | 1 Clapham Common North Side | SW4 0QW, London | United Kingdom
MANUEL LOURENZO FALA SOBRE ‘O ARAME’
This production is supported by the National Opera Studio (NOS) through their initiative “Opera Roots” and by the Office for Cultural and Scientific Affairs of the Spanish Embassy in London.