3-12 October 2013
Time: 7.30pm, with a 4pm performance on 5 October
Venue: A living room in Northcote
Composed by Juliana Hodkinson (Germany)
Libretto by Cynthia Troup
Sound design by Jethro Woodward
Performers: Deborah Kayser and Anneli Bjorasen
Fasten your seatbelts and ensure your hand luggage is stowed safely under the seat in front of you. Chamber Made Opera’s new living room opera, TURBULENCE, is a first class flight for soprano and electronics unlike any you’ve ever experienced.
Sharing your passenger cabin: a Mother, her 19-year-old Daughter, and the Daughter’s pursuit of conflict as an act of intimacy. Deborah Kayser plays the Mother, her soaring voice carrying you in unimagined directions, together with analogue and digital technologies, beat boxes and electric fans. TURBULENCE: ‘the underlying forces usually hidden’, jolts of understanding, a storm of consequences, the untold risk of the journey.
TURBULENCE will be performed in a private living room in Northcote. The address is revealed upon the purchase of tickets.
Presented in partnership with the New Music Network
Part of Melbourne Fringe
TURBULENCE will also be part of the Macedon International Living Room Opera Weekend [chambermadeopera.com/program/Macedon_International_Living_Room_Opera_Weekend]
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