Fra glemte værker til iscenesættelse som form

Hotel Pro Formas opsætning af Rachmaninov Troika

Forfattere

  • Kathrine Winkelhorn
  • Anja Mølle Lindelof

Nøgleord:

Hotel Pro Forma, opera, iscenesættelse, værkbegrebet, Rachmaninov

Resumé

“Opera is an omnivorous monster. Opera is the result of countless skilled craftsmen, technicians, musicians, singers, artists and administrators work. Opera is passion. Opera is lie and truth in the purest form” as stage director Kirsten Dehlholm wrote in the program to Rachmaninov Troika – hers and Hotel Pro Forma’s staging of Sergei Rachmaninoff’s three operas: Aleko, The Miserly Knight and Fransisca da Rimini produced by the Belgian opera, La Monnaie in Brussels, June 2015 - the first time these three operas were being staged together. In this article we discuss the concept of the art work by examining how Rachmaninov Troika balances between 1) revitalizing these three more or less forgotten music historical operas and/or is creating a new piece of work.

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Publiceret

2021-05-28

Citation/Eksport

Winkelhorn, K., & Mølle Lindelof, A. (2021). Fra glemte værker til iscenesættelse som form: Hotel Pro Formas opsætning af Rachmaninov Troika. Peripeti, 13(25), 64–75. Hentet fra https://tidsskrift.dk/peripeti/article/view/109577

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Hotel Pro Forma 1985-2015