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Nagambie Lakes Opera Festival - The Scottish Opera

When:

Sun 4 Sep 2016, 4:15pm–6:00pm

Where: Mitchelton Winery, 470 Mitchellstown Road, Nagambie, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • All Tickets: $60.00
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Listed by: TheParlourFineMusic

McBeth could be your neighbour, the odd guy up the road with a McMansion and his own business... Mr & Mrs with an aptitude for glory led by an appetite for destruction... vandalised opulence... menacingly beautiful.

Gertrude Opera has commissioned a 're-imaging' of Verdi's score by US composer, Peter Stopschinski - orchestration for electric violin, electric guitar, trombone, double bass, keyboard and percussion - and will bring a 21st century aural sensibility to Verdi's sublime melodies. In our first co-production with Monk Parrots (NYC), a cast of 12 will present a 70minute version, sung in English. Set in fantasy modern Scotland where every day is All Hallow's Eve, in the Underground Cellar at Mitchelton winery, with Australia's most revered Verdi baritone, MICHAEL LEWIS OAM, in the title role.

Artistic Director: Linda Thompson
Director/Designer: Luke Leonard (USA)
Verdi 're-imagined' by Composer Peter Stopschinksi (USA)
Conductor: Warwick Stengards

Underground Cellar

The Scottish Opera
Verdi/stopschinski
Violent themes - PG*