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L'Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato

Georg Friedrich Händel
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Dance
1h. 37 min.
Spanish
FULL HD
Spanish
Production

In keeping with his artistic path and a commitment to live music, Mark Morris always looks for the collaboration and contribution of the best artists of our time. In this production, he brings together sopranos Sarah-Jane Brandon and Elizabeth Watts, tenor James Gilchrist and bass Andrew Foster-Williams, accompanied by the Chorus and Orchestra of the Teatro Real, to perform Händel’s lovely piece L'Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato, conducted by Jane Glover. The production is divided into two acts, the choreography creates 32 scenes inspired by the paintings of William Blake.

 

A presence of group and choral structure predominate in this creation, characterised by vibrant, spontaneous movement. The journey travels from the melancholy at the outset to a contagious energy, where the community is more important than the individual, making the point that human beings are truly happy when they are part of something greater.

 

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Music by Georg Friedrich Händel

Titular Chorus and Orchestra of the Teatro Real

 

Artistic team


Conductor | Jane Glover

Choreographer | Mark Morris

Set designer | Adrianne Lobel

Costumes designer | Christine Van Loon

Lighting designer | James F. Ingalls

 

Cast


Soprano I | Sarah-Jane Brandon

Soprano II | Elizabeth Watts

Tenor | James Gilchrist

Bass | Andrew Foster-Williams

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