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Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov 3: Russian Operas
"The flight of the Bumblebee has become much more famous than the opera for which Nikolai Ski Korsakov routed today. Bits of other Russian operas that have become better known in the concert hall then on the Opera Stage they call Me Kyle. Glinka the father of Russian classical music you hardly ever see Glinka opera Muslim and Ludmilla but you hear the overture. All the time well at least loosely. Ludmila has been performed. That's more than you can say for some operas. Lada flopped twice the first time a Russian theatre asked four different composers to collaborate writing combination. Opera Ballet. That Malaysia was never performed. Then rimsky-korsakov who was one of the four composers recycled the music he'd written into a melodic of own. That Lotte lasted all of six performances. Malaga is a funny title. Sergei PROKOFIEV program called the love for three oranges. The love for three oranges is about a prince who finds the princess? He loves inside. An orange one of three oranges. Love is a big problem for the title character in an opera by Tchaikovsky. Called Eugene on Yagan. A girl named Tatyana falls in love with gene on Yagan. But he doesn't fall in love with her until it's too late and she's married to someone else. The two of them always seemed to be meeting up at a ball. So Tchaikovsky put plenty of dance music including this waltz into his office part of Modesto Missouri Skis Opera. Boris good enough takes place in a Polish court where they do a Polish Vance the pullen his another Russian opera with famous dances in it is by Alexander Barra. Dean. Borodino was a professor of chemistry. Who only got to write music in his spare time. His only opera was prince eager in which the prince eager gets captured. While fighting the pile-up Ziems the best known. Part of the opera is when the Pelosi enslaves entertain prints e core by singing. Dancing Borodino died before he could finish prince eager but two of his friends who knew how he wanted it to sound finished it for him. One of those friends was Nikolai. Rimsky-korsakov whose flight of the Bumblebee is far more famous than the tale of our Sultan. The opera for which he wrote
"opera ballet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A British mother tries to change her son's birthday so it's not Boxing Day your next story of a mother who went to that little extra distance comes from faith Salih like many children Delphian Babineaux of Versailles loves the ballet she also loves happy endings which is why her very thoughtful very rich mother on the east Archambault decided that for Delphian sixth birthday party she take her daughter and twelve friends to see Swan Lake at the Paris Opera ballet but first Archambault needed to change the entire ending of Swan Lake those familiar with Tchaikovsky's famous ballet know that an act for the cursed princess one oh dad and her devastated lover Siegfried fooling themselves into the lake to die together it's not clear how a bird who swims can drown itself but that's beside the point Shambo being the world's greatest mall mall did not want her daughter to witness a double suicide on her birthday so she paid at the Paris Opera ballet to re choreographed the day new mall it took two weeks of rehearsal and a two point five million euro donation to the Paris Opera to have the entire company throw out the choreography of Rudolf Nureyev and replace it with a dance to delight dell scene and her friends for the finality Odette and Siegfried jump into the lake and then emerge as chewed glittery unicorns flying through the air well six year old girls through mackerels at them my friend's mother please.
Kate Murdoch Discusses Her Newest Masterpiece 'The Orange Grove'
"You've traveled through France you probably went to the side live. You could only wonder at the opulence of the King's palace petition. Also wonder how the French court operated will thanks to Cape Murdoch. We get an idea. Welcome back again you descriptions of the palace and what the people were wearing lean and even the food that was served. We're really vivid. There was a lot of research he must have done. Yes and it also comes about because of my because I was an office for so many years. So grading visuals is really important to me. I like to read visuals and I like to write them. So yeah that's part of it. Also but yes I had to get. Did you know there are a number of things like at one stage. I had a carriage clock on a mantle and carriage clocks when invented like that new I was constantly rating like I did a number of proofs just obviously for those types of things and what about the Masa Pancake. Yes I came across that somewhere and I can't remember Web ed but there was something like that Croatia's on point for the coach and Yes it was as realistic as possible. this was all around seventeen fifty seventeen. I five seventeen o five so the louise were in prisons whether the fourteenth But the book is called the Orange Grove. And that's not in beside who owns the Orange Grove and palace the duke and Duchess Stumbles Linage and yes. It's a beautiful chateau. It's an Orange Grove and extensive grounds and manicured gardens will well. He's Juke Hugo let's make it easy and The touches Charlotte now. They have a daughter Amelia. But there's also a number of mistress yes as mistresses and up to this. You know the time. The book said they've all been co-existing quite happily. It hasn't been too many problems uh-huh but all of a sudden that changes with the arrival of the new mistress Latisha. Well what I couldn't believe is the the duchess in the five mistresses. All went out from a picnic and they had a very cordial social time. They even discuss the merits of marriage over missing. That's right I take it with your research. Could that conversation really go on. Yes I believe so because I think that the tension amongst these women would have reached a fever pitch at times and that was the whole the whole idea of that was what got me rushing. This story in the first place is because very early on. I read a In academic paper about Prince of the time who had twelve mistresses and they all followed behind in these carriages and they all had the same You know Equi posh was the word that's used to end the same library and everything was the same and this immediately intrigued me and I thought well how would they get along. Would they be friends with any of them be friends and most importantly how with the wife handle the situation and this is set up so you know the the same that you referred to. I'm usually the mistress's know what to say. And what not to say. And they keep keep the council and they they ruffle her the duchess's feathers but in that particular sane on riot decides to stand up to her a little beach to the shock. Give it all the other women. So what what. Why didn't why didn't the duchess the other mistresses like the newest the fifth mistress? While she's she's very young and beautiful for one and she's also someone who gecas actually fallen in love with so. That hasn't happened before. No what I call her. The child concrete and will of course if the king is falling in love with her. He's not having any relationships with any of the other mistresses press'. Well maybe but you know this elaine who is desperately needs his Not Much affection but his logistics logistics. Shall we say yes. What's her problem? Well she's desperate for love wherever she can find it. She's a very insecure person. She's he's definitely being threatened. Yes and her husband. I'm lates laugh. That costs a lot of money. He's Gambler and She has to continue to fund him. And you know her. His life is dependent on her success within that setting so yes it isn't you've mentioned Henry Henry and Well she is actually had a daughter by the king yes salon challenge Sir There's another child around to the SES. Isabela neither mistresses son. Thomas and I I would win the fifth Mistress the teasha becomes pregnant. Everybody will only everybody else worries if it's Zahn years and that was the other thing that I should've mentioned that the other reason that she's a threat because up to that point the duchess hasn't been able to provide an air and so she realizes houses. This young girl could really position by by doing that so when she asks yes when she becomes pregnant the stakes are raised even higher which leads to some a lot of people having a grudge against Latisha and wanting to do her harm. That's the two children children. Thomasson Solange have the run of the palace the Orange Groves secret. They like to go there to hide and seek they also like to play hide and seek in the palace and to learn a lot of the palace secrets. Yes they learn about law. By what's Li- Li- is a substance that was used for cleaning and I decided to have it be used Chew Harm. I'm someone in the story if I want to go. We knocked telling her LA is placed in undergarments and causes quite a bit image. So yeah it Welson Rashes in hates and faints. Oh well that's not the only damage and here. I'm passing being A. I'm going to get Cape Murdoch to read from page one hundred seventy nine. Because this is all about a black doc mass. Let's say crucifixes must be inscribed on the soles of the fate the celebrant should be cloaked in black back and naked beneath the ideal animal for sacrifice is a girl or a peak the vessel should be placed on the naked body of a woman in place of consecrated bread we must use a decompose turnip and the blood of the slaughtered animal. Replaces the consecrated wine. Madam Fulbright gave a wicked smile. Her eyes glinting. I'll kill the peak having had experienced at the task. Where is the best place for the mass to be performed? Charlotte pondered the question gazing out of the pavilion windows towards the Orange Grove. It's symmetrical rows of trees. Stretching into the distance. The tree canopies with thick and the leaves glossy casting deputy sheriff as long the gravel pathways ace the Orange Grove Child Charlotte replied. No one will see us and made all that foilage. Sorry the reason for this. Who is she doing who she actually getting? The black mess said four. You'll have to read to find out now this isn't the owning mythical magical magical todd Thing in this terret cod readings. Yes so there's a character called remand Davila who comes to the Chateau and he's purposes to entertain attain the women with his he's ratings and the civil Rating Terry waiting saints throughout the novels. So I started to try and write them and it just was not feeling rush. I thought I'm really going to have to learn to read them because otherwise people are going to read it and they'll be able to tell that I have no idea what I'm hoping so I teach you sat up pack of the cards and when I started looking at them and looking at some of the descriptions of of at all I was very skeptical. This is a load of rubbish and then as I kind of didn't more and more I ended up kind of locking them and now I have my pack. It's interesting because you know you do the ratings. And we we hear about king of swords and seven of swords and all these other ones and and of course with the insider of an author you can go back and write whatever you like but as we're reading way building story and I had to laugh about this because because you know they was at. It was really professional. Tear raiders in the courts. At the time I didn't rate of that specifically now that I thought it it was quite possible to have somebody like that. Yeah I mean. There are all kinds of entertainments that they had the time. I'm the opera ballet was featured in the novel is certainly. There's out if it was your written with an artist cy looking at it I look I laughed about this. The Professional Tara Cod Rita. Now I think the best fortune telling was done by his prostitute friend who said you are a bad man with noble intentions. Didn't you will be good. You just don't know it yet but there are forged love letters jewell secret visits to a convent and a priest who is tout told to doll his heart. Blood with frigid air prayer and whip but back to the side with all the court his planning and plotting and scheming. It's the Esto. The Duke and Duchess is twelve year old daughter. WHO's introduced or my case in the hope? He would remember her in years to come but it wasn't her. It was the word games that he played with. LETITIA captivated him yes well. She ended up playing with Madame for Bray and he was watching and he is nine as has being very good at the word Games of course and yeah I think just they conversation they they start to be quite interested in another but it's very forbidden. ooh ooh forbidden stuff. This cade Murdoch. You've given US seventeen o five France Orange Grove. The previous book was Stone Circle Cool Sixteenth Century and Nixon's nineteen twenty Sicily just keep revolving around but the book. I've been speaking with kite today. About what is the Orange Grove published by Regal House publishing. Thank you came over
"opera ballet" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher
"Welcome to an h._b._o. Podcast from the h._b._o. Latent series real time with bill maher well. I think i know why you're happy today. You haven't even check your stocks yet. Trump over and over member this kept saying that the tariffs he putting on china that we were not going to be paying the tariffs china was going to be paying that they were not going to be passed the cost onto the american consumer so now he's postpone those tariffs he says because he doesn't want to to affect christmas with the tariffs that don't affect consumers thank you mr president did for ending the war on christmas that that you started so the tariffs were going to be put on cell phones and laptops and toys choice. They were supposed to go into effect on september first but in the middle of the night president scrooge mc president got a visit from the ghost of christmas stupid so yesterday the stock market dropped eight hundred points conservative media knows who to blame me blaming me really sean how these on it every night because i have been running for a recession yes because of the economy falters trump goes it is worth with it. I would rather sorry sorry has to be that way but i would rather see. The economy tank then tanks in the streets. You know i mean look the stuff. That's going away permanently. That's the stuff. I worry about the endangered species act. He's getting rid of that kinda shit. We have a pesticide here in california. California is banning now a pesticide that obama the had band and then the trump administration unbanned. It's linked to brain damage. Something republicans obviously don't have a problem with uh and there's a new <hes> metoo casualty placebo domingo big fans of his. He's an opera singer big opera persona. That's true. Apparently i don't know i don't know what the truth is but you know it should be investigated of course but it always seems like it's people an opera ballet conductors the comedian singers you know nothing in the meatpacking industry. Jeffrey epstein was found dead in his jail cell this week. Apparently the lord called him home to the big pedophile island in the sky the autopsy who's done today they found that epstein neck was broken in multiple places his cell the hallway the mop closet the break room separate group get it jeffrey epstein wanted his head and his penis frozen so that after death they could be reanimated wanted to reanimate his penis. Even roger stone's this guy's a weirdo the patch all new episodes of real time with bill maher every friday night at ten or watching from any time on h._b._o. On demand for more information log on h._b._o. Dot com..
"opera ballet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The cultural frontline at BBC dot co dot U K out ways, we look forward to hearing from me. Hi, I'm Fatma Mobutu. Am a writer from Pakistan, and you're listening to the culture frontline on the BBC World Service. On next guest Sergei polluted as a project, he became the UK's Royal ballet youngest ever, male, principal dancer, he's been heralded as one of the finest dances of his generation and his performance his don't millions of us on YouTube, but to many he simply known as the bad boy of ballet, so gays have been as he's bring people together through dumb as merit by his habit of making divisive and inflammatory statements a few months ago as he prepared to perform for a major show at the Paris opera ballet Sergei had the world at his fate. Then he jumped onto Instagram and everything changed after making a series of controversial statements on gender, sexuality and body image. Segue lost his job. Well, now, he's back with a new show. But does he have a new outlet? I spoke to Sergei about his turbulent relationship with Down's mom told mister done before it was woken, and then she put me into dance classes at three years old. I saw the she site some ballroom dance that was my first memory of dance, and my mom would I wanna be done. So next said, no, I think I was five or six years old. And when did you first decide that this would be occur? Efi my mom decided for me, the put me to dance I was eight years old gymnastics for four years professionally I returned to Danson and that that was the start of my never professional career for Dunston. I wanted to become the best dancer, I could and you Dade you became the youngest ever male principal dancer for the Royal ballet you very successful looking back on. On your life. As a dumpster, you'll still very young. But how do you describe your relationship with don's on very recently? I in a way accepted responsibility for dance, it was like a months ago before that it was very tricky. It was a fight Wisden's when I was on stage. I was I was not acceptance. I was more. I don't know fight in the wizard. Why has it been a fight never felt like a dancer? I didn't think about the dunce. I didn't really care about my own dance. And I think myself, a dancer dance was one thing. And Bali was another and me was third thing. I'm so when I was going on stage. I was I was fighting. Why am I doing this? It's something that you've kept going back to. Yes. And I didn't know why. I just mind tuition was telling me, you can do something with it and something can be done with dance. I wasn't fully realizing what is on the very recently. I started to realize except and Crispin civility for it. When he save any recent nee take responsibility Fidel. What does that mean? I'm what led to that moment? I went through some weird stage show when there was three months of cows. And it was like a deci- was destroying things. And a lot of people were kind of getting hurt around me. But I was I was using Instagram's tool to destroy things. But after three months of it, something happened took my Instagram and Seychelle media at the end of last year. He made some pretty outspoken comments on those platforms about male gender identity, sexuality and body image, which some people would find offensive which cost jobs, but the parasol prevailing. Why did you make those comments? And and do you regret them come say? I regret anything because I made the decision never to regret anything in my life. But I felt it was like an energy through me. It wasn't almost me doing it. It was an energy. And I had to do it was destroying the love the interesting projects in a of people were getting hurt. But I had to do it do to hold these beliefs. A lot of what you said. Come across as being well, they are homophobic, men growing soft and should be in the type of relationships people should have which in your position in the public high could encourage discrimination against gay people. Look at it as homophobic. I looked doesn't matter if it's true Minar gay. But I do share some venture in not keeping certain violence. I don't I don't think men should lipstick or makeup on things like that. I believe that men and women should depend on each other. In should never be sometimes women say, I don't need a man can do everything by myself. It's like, I think it's something wrong. Valley's other people would no doubt disagree with. What is all of this to deal with don's dumps represents life. You know, we see other is very important because it's an lights people. And you know, had the teacher when I was young. And he said if you're not a man on stage, if you don't jump done if you're not the best if you don't have a male energy is my leave. It's not the place for you to be. That's the only way this is a man's job. And I think there should be a difference between feminine energy and muscular energy onstage. That's the balance that's balance of life. And that's volition stage believe how did other dunces react to you, and you expressing these views publicly divided people, and as I said, I went against the car because that's what I thought. There was a danger because I stopped seeing them in stage. Everything became, you know, man, start to wear Pointe shoes, they feel secure in your masculine. Not surely you can wear anything you can well at state you can win L varnish. That's your progressive about men's copy women women became stronger in a way. And that's what I go upset with a man in. I don't know of being the man place for everybody in dance, regardless of your gender. If you have gender, you don't want to identify as being a particular Genda, isn't there a place for everybody in Danzig art for sure. And I mean, I would support anybody if somebody decides to be to be feminine station, I like certain dances. There has to be a strength that and it has to be a balance. I think at the moment is to my show feminine and supportive, Vladimir Putin and your new Russian citizenship, you all Ukrainian you support Putin. How people reacted to that? When they performed them island in Crimea. They stopped me from going back home. So that was my first sort of big hit to me, we have to unite things we have to join a country throughout because our against an RT nightside's are builds in lights people, and I think that's our job to unite countries throughout and I know I went off at a little bit because I felt a bit powerless thought talker people countries because I felt dance cannot join newly cannot unite countries instead of sticking to my to art to United. I kind of when attacked which thing was wrong. You took about unity through don's. But in the past you've judge people based on body size or based on that pass. No, freedoms and choices. How do you reconcile those of those things, you know, you see a light? And you see a dark always had that two sides pool in me and depends on what side is winning New York away. And that's that was my struggle that all the way do you? Go into this shocked team away in the dark way. Or do you go in in the light and build and protect the down said gate Pollux Knin Sergei's performing across Europe, the next three months in Prague Moscow. And in London. Marian Motin has made the transition from dont surfer Queen of pop Madonna to choreography to Christine and the queens over the couch front nine she shares how she's inspired by hop by life on the street and on the screen, especially in the award-winning French film Lahan who hate sets in the fringes of Paris in nineteen ninety five. Denzel's of career refer that. I'm not impressed by them. Because I come from hip, and he will really self made for me really most important influence is human in normal life, not in dense. I love teenage girls. I love old people. I love to see how they move naturally how they react naturally. Maybe the little bit oakwood. An I love the spontaneity. I just expect from the sales to be only what they are in life who they are is amazing, and it's so emotional causing dance. We move like denser, we walk like denser. And I don't really like it. That's why I don't like to watch dense. I prefer movies. And I think it is something maybe we can see in my show because I always think like movie in Tweety live movie,.
"opera ballet" Discussed on Marathon Talk
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"opera ballet" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Italy. But it's your even passing Lifa me with ballet, you know, that all of the terminology for it is in French, and we actually have Catherine Domenici to thank for that. When Catherine married on re the seconds of France and fifteen thirty three she brought a lot of Italian customs and culture into the French court wasn't as though France did not have plenty of culture of its own, but Katherine missed the very over the top celebrations that she had been growing up with. So she encouraged the development of the kinds of dances and events such as Bellizzi and Bali that she had loved at home back in Italy at this point, these ballets as the French called them were formal social events. Although in some cases, the specific steps were adapted as performances. Yeah. But even those performances were not like set apart from the event, they were kind of in the middle of it almost the way you would have. Like dance line at a modern. Where people go through when they show off their skills kind of like that except much more formal and not as free style. And of course, if you have listened to the podcast, you know, that Katherine Domenici was involved in all manner of political intrigue, and she was innocent. So I don't wanna try to paint a picture of her as some benevolent purveyor of culture from Italy to France. But her influence on the arts of Europe is significant in fifteen eighty one czar to Bush, y yo who had traveled from Italy to the court of France in fifteen fifty five as musician staged the first ballet that we have the complete record for his creation was by comedic, della Ren. And that's the queen's comic ballet, it was created as part of the celebration of the marriage of Marguerite de Laurente, the Duke Degeorges in October. That was okay, we're fifteenth fifteenth eighty one and this performance included singing and poetry as well as dancing. It also lasted five and a half hours. This was expensive to produce in the price tag for that particular piece of entertainment was three point six million gold francs, and yes, there were absolutely people at court who spoke very critically of that level of expenditure at a time when France was in conflict and should not have been throwing money around. But this production also had a massive influence for one thing it set a trend, it spire courts of other countries to similarly stage, massive theatrical performances. It also sparked not only the development of ballet is an art form. But also opera ballet cummick Dila rain was narrative, it was the story of Searcy from Homer's odyssey. Although if ultimately the king of France to sir Bals in this version, the performance was given by members of the courts, and while it may be called the first ballet, it was not up on a stage. It was just in the middle of a ballroom. Yep. Said everybody's just kind of at the same level dancing sharing their their production. This performance had been the result of more than a decade of effort and philosophizing about art at the academy. Deposi demure Zeke which was founded in fifteen seventy by Catherine son, Charles the ninth the France, he gets the same. Disclaimer is his mother regarding often being the cause of a lot of political intrigue. Not just a benevolent patron of the arts. The academy was established on the idea that humans could achieve a certain level of spiritual grace through the study of the arts in this sort of runs parallel to the use of the ethical spectacles celebration as a way to counter the heavy conflict of France at the time conflict that this family, and the Royal staging these bellies were often party to also often the cause of and in terms of bellies history by Komag delay. Rain started another trend, and it isn't just inspiring other..
"opera ballet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Public radio international. My name is Tom power. So there's a concert hall in the middle of Manhattan in the heart of New York City called the David h coke theater. If you stand on the front steps there and you start walking in pretty much any direction. He'll start hitting all sorts of New York landmarks the met opera Carnegie Hall central park to Juilliard school. It's all right there. What I'm trying to say here is that this theater is at the center of a certain kind of New York, life, and culture. For the past week, the performances that have taken over the stage at the coke theater. They've come a long way from New York, the Hungarian State Opera and national ballet or putting on a showcase their right now, which means three hundred fifty singers dancers and musicians have set up camp in this little corner of New York culture to give the city and the country a glimpse of Hungary's incredible cultural history. Here's the thing at tore of this scale in the world of ballets pretty much unheard of. Because it's so insanely expensive to pull off and the only way Hungary State Opera has managed to do. This is with a huge investment from the country's far right government. So why Michael Cooper is an arts reporter for the New York Times? He's here to tell you why this very ambitious event is maybe about more than just culture, and he joins us from the New York Times building in New York. Hi, michael. Hi, tom. Thanks for having me. I'm assuming things are so quiet. The New York Times building today. Oh, yeah. Nothing. So you went to see the first performance of this tore in New York last week. What was the show the show is Bank? Bonn, which is considered the national opera of Hungary. It's performed all the time in Budapest, but almost never anywhere else. So it's a true rarity. It's by friends are Cal, and it's sort of a fascinating. Nationalistic look at Hungary in the thirteenth century and the threat of foreigners, and you know, the peons to nationalism and rousing choruses. So it was really an unusual performance. When you were there when you were looking around what kind of crowd was there? It felt like a state occasion. I mean, it was I was curious I had gone to Budapest in the spring to try to get a sense of what the opera company was like and to try to grapple with what it meant for the far-right government of Viktor Orban's investing so much in opera. And I was really wondering how much would they lean into politics during their tour of New York? And in fact, they went all the way it was a state occasion before they over. Sure. Before the first note sounded the ambassador to the United Nations from Hungary gave a speech from the stage, the president of Hungary reservoir in the audience sitting next to Placido Domingo who is apparently a big supporter of the opera there. There were tons of Hungarian officials. It was really all about politics front and center. So we should be clear for people this huge production in New York, as you mentioned is only possible because Hungary's government led by Prime Minister, Viktor Orban is pumping a lot of money into the State Opera and ballet, so you mentioned the political scene at the event will what kind. Politician is Victor Orban. Victorian is sort of at the forefront of this kind of right wing populism. That's sweeping Europe right now. He is taken extremely hard line against immigration. He's sort of sparked this Riddick humanitarian crisis a few years ago when they closed the train station in Budapest stranding all these refugees for a while. Steve Bannon who is President Trump's chief adviser for a long time called orbin Trump before Trump at one point and since taking power he's really taken the country, and what a lot of people see as an increasingly authoritarian kind of direction rewriting the national constitution reshaping the judiciary tweaking the electoral system and also trying to change kind of you know, that's the hardware of a country. Also, trying to change the software looking at the culture academia, things like that. Well, that's the thing because forgive me for this disconnect. But I was surprised to hear a far, right? As you mentioned populous government would support the arts in this way. Like, why are the arts a priority for Victor Ruben? Well, you know, countries have always taken historically taking pride in the arts. And it's not so unusual. Really? If you think about it, you know, Vladimir Putin made huge investments in the arts in Russia as he sort of solidified his style of rule there. They built a whole new Marian ski theater know, they take the on tour all the time. In fact, while the Hungarian State Opera was at Lincoln center. The marines ski was at Carnegie Hall also drawing protests on the streets from people who were anti Putin protesters. So it's always seen as a way to sort of project, pride and nationalism. Maybe some cultural one-upmanship I mean, cultural diplomacy is as old as the art to themselves. And if you think about, you know, during the Cold War wasn't just a space race between the Soviet Union in the United States. They would also spend quite a bit of money sending each other's ballet companies back and forth, and sort of cultural went upsmanship to see who had the best details or what have you? So how is picked organs, politics employees? This shows the kinds of productions being put on by this ballet. Well, it's interesting when I spoke to to the brasileiro there. He said, look, you know. Hungarian State Opera for one hundred thirty five years has been under the control of one government or another and that's fine. And we don't get any pressure. But there have been a couple of instances recently where the opera company founded self in the midst of sort of controversies I mean, right after I left last spring. They put on a musical production of Billy Elliot based on the film, and they had done it before. And it had been very successful. But a right wing newspaper. Denounced it calling it gay propaganda and questioning how could Hungary which is under the threat to promote a, you know gay lifestyle when it needs to have more population. What have you and the company instead of sort of making a rousing defense, they defended it a bit. But then they cancelled fifteen of the remaining performances in scaling back drastically. They said at the time that it wasn't the cost of the criticism, but because the criticism led to a decreased audience demand. But it it certainly made headlines around the world in a way that they probably wouldn't have liked. They've also done some unusual things. They did a production last year of Gershwin's Porgy and Bess right now, there's a long history with Porgy and Bess where the Gershwin's really insisted that it'd be sung by black casts, and that was partly because in those days they were often getting offers for black face productions Newton minstrel see like things. And so there's been a rule since their death. The estates really wanted done by black casts. The Hungarian State Opera did it last year with a white cast. And it wasn't a black face structure. They moved the whole set from catfish row in the south to a sort of amorphous hanger like place, and they made made it all about refugees, which again, you know. And it ended up offending some people. Who thought how could you be doing poor game best with the white cast? But it also raised eyebrows. Because in the midst of this reelection campaign for orbin here was the staging of an opera that was sort of paying attention to one of his big calling cards, which is his crackdown on refugees. So why is the Hungarian opera and ballet coming to the US at all? Like why why did they choose the US for this tour? Well, it's it's hard to say. I mean one reason that they're on tour. They'd say is they're renovating their opera house in Budapest, which is an opulent grand really one of the most beautiful opera theaters in the world. You've probably seen it without even realizing it in films all the time. It was recently red Sparrow with Jennifer Lawrence as a standard for the Bolshoi. Matthew Barney part of this cream master cycle there when I got back without even realizing it I went to see this new film Colette, and there was a scene that's supposed to be in belly Peres. Nice. That's that's the opera house in Hungary. So without the use of the house there Plitt performing in a second theater that they have in Hungary. But they're also doing a lot of tours. And so I think they saw this as an opportunity it began really with the the ballet ballet tourists are less expensive and a little more common. And they have really remade their ballet company last seven or eight years. So they wanted to come but any thought between being homeless from their main opera house having a ballet toward that. They're thinking of and also. Trying to project a certain image on the world stage. They thought you know, the time is now to come to New York. So these these productions have had international news coverage, including your article in the New York Times is is the controversy around the Hungarian State Opera and ballet and the potential, you know, political input ramifications into the art that they're making is that affecting the reception of the opera ballet in New York. You know, the the night that I went on the first night. I was curious to see would there be any protests or any kind of scene on the street outside which is not uncommon in New York with with visiting companies. And it was all quiet that that night. I haven't been back into the subsequent one or two performances. I can't say that have been done. But it seems like it's been pretty quiet. Do you think it's a political act just to go like if someone walking into the theater to went to see the Hungarian State Opera and ballet should they approach this with an open mind, or or is it just is it a political act just to attend this thing? That's sort of beyond my Ken. I know that after my story ran I saw people on Facebook saying, oh, I'm going to turn my ticket or I don't want to support this. But other people thought, oh, I'm gonna get a chance to see this. True rarity or Hungary, hasn't really rich long musical tradition. I mean, many of the best conductors for the last century or more have come from Hungary, including conductors were long careers in America or Mindy in Philadelphia, George, Sal, and Cleveland, George Solti in Chicago. I mean, so there is a genuine curiosity about music making in Hungary. Michael cooper. Thanks a lot for telling us the story. Thanks for having me. Michael Cooper is an arts reporter at the New York Times. If you find yourself in New York this week, you can still get tickets to these Hungarian State Opera ballet performances the final show takes place on Monday at the David h..
"opera ballet" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Precisely tax get to know it pretty well. Did you the policy of the directly armed service to maintain a certain degree of formality in relations between guests and personnel? Sorta like Izu you might say with bars to separate the people from the animals. The comparison is quite apt. Somehow, I can't see at Morgan sacking in marble, scroll as like this. I confess he hardly seen the type to me, sir. He was much too unrestrained for the Drakely came in here. A lot getting almost nightly for a few minutes, at least on his way to some gallon nightspot. Nights spotted mortgage. We is and all the years. I knew it. I was only able to drag him into a gala nightspot once he stayed twenty minutes and left because his tie was children. Are you quite certain that your friend was this same Ed Morgan. I wish I weren't friends that he always coming along. No, no, never alone. So he and Nikki were inseparable Nikki, I should say, of course, mrS Barrett. Oh, young widow is that remember lives here in the building lovely. Fascinating. And also, unrestrained definitely. And that Dan was one of her friends. Oh, they were together every night, sir. Our here in our little establishment a few champagne cocktails then out to dinner, dancing the opera ballet, head Morgan. Oh, quite life was just a mad world for those two. I gather your friend was something of a wealthy playboy. Hey was a claims adjuster for an insurance company, then how could he possibly live in the fashion? He did if I told you it flip. I beg your pardon me. Something was that in here on the night? He was killed. Oh, yes. Yes. He left here about nine as I recall and few hours later, he was dead. How did this Nicki take it pretty big enough washing? She is a woman a very strong character. In other words, she didn't bat an eye. That night. Ed was killed and he leave alone. No, sir. It was long when he went off the cliff not when he left here though, Nikki was with him..
"opera ballet" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Three welcome back to the show it's russell rush now joined in the studio here by aaron and rick who are with the tobin center which i'm sure you've heard the name the tobin center i hope you've been there it's one of the most incredible venues we have here in san antonio and the guys here to talk about what's going on down there and and some things that you may not actually know about it so guys first off welcome but aaron you know you work in the in the marketing and programming department with tobin center you bring a lot of the shows in and that's what people see really the front facing part of the tobin center but give us that you know i'm always appreciative knowing what the venue is what it means the awards and things that it continues to win but talk about what the tobin center is kind of where it came from itunes centers just magically special space it is on the location of the old municipal auditorium that a lot of people might remember it opened on september fourth two thousand fourteen and since then we've presented more than three hundred events annually ever since everything from rap and hip hop to you symphony opera ballet on everything in the middle this is an arts nonprofit arts organization that presents arts for everybody chint matter how old you are how young you are where you're born where you grew up we're going to have some sort of artistic talent or some sort of event that you can appreciate and be a part of yeah it's absolutely amazing i mean some of the technology in there like the floor still boggles my mind every time sue we have the only electronic convertible floor for theatre in the country i think it might be the fifth or sixth in the world but the only one in the united states and the floor flips from seventeen hundred and fifty seats as you would see in a normal and normal theater rate seating but it flips to flat floor general admission as you would see any club and the whole conversion happens in about thirty minutes with no labor the floor itself was roughly a ten million dollar addition to the building just on its own holy cow and the acoustics in there are just incredible and how long did that take to get right a long time and a lot of accusations who who came in to pick very specific materials all the wood and the cushioning and the seats and the walls and the curtain everything was picked and designed specifically for sticks so that when the san antonio symphony comes in and does not use microphones and they just you know can stand on stage and play you're gonna hear crystal clear sound every single time it's incredible you know the thing that i love about the tobin center is it yes it's it's another outlet in another place to see an amazing show is that it's bringing you guys are bringing shows the san antonio that we would have missed because we maybe we didn't have the right space to see yeah i think more options in san antonio the better is the truth i mean this is a fast growing music scene and or entertainment scene bef prior to the tobin being open and since the tokens open multiple venues have really come online anything from the aztec in a paper tiger of come online but prior to that you know the majestic was one of the really the only major road house that was doing shows in town and it wasn't that they weren't getting all the shows is that there's only so many dates in a calendar year versus how many shows come through so i felt like san antonio was was missing out on some of those shows just because of sheer availability just because they there was no not a whole lot of options places for them to go so once the tobin and all these other buildings open up all of a sudden there's options for artists and presenters in and more choices for where people can go which allows the music scene and the entertainment scene.
"opera ballet" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"In three to welcome back to the show it's russell rush now joined in the studio here by aaron and rick who are with the tobin center which i'm sure you've heard the name the tobin center i hope you've been there it's one of the most incredible venues we have here in san antonio and the guys here to talk about what's going on down there and some things that you may not actually know about it so guys first off welcome but aaron you know you work in in the marketing and programming department with the tobin center you bring a lot of the shows in and that's what people see really the front facing part of the tobin center but give us that you know i'm always appreciative knowing what the venue is what it means the awards and things that it continues to win but but talk about what the tobin center is kind of where it came from the tobin centers just the magically special space it is on the location of the old municipal auditorium that a lot of people might remember it opened on september fourth two thousand fourteen and since then we've presented more than three hundred events annually ever since everything from rap and hip hop to you symphony opera ballet i'm kind of everything in the middle of this is an arts a nonprofit arts organization that presents arts for everybody shouldn't matter how old you are how young you are where you're born where you grew up we're going to have some sort of artistic talent or some sort of event that you can appreciate and be a part of yeah it's absolutely amazing i mean some of the technology in there like the floor still boggles my mind every time we have the only electric convertible floor for a theater in the country i think it might be the fifth or sixth in the world but the only one in the united states and the floor flips from seventeen hundred and fifty seats as you would see in a normal normal theater raked seating but it flips to flat floor general admission as you would see any club and the whole conversion happens in about thirty minutes with no labor the floor itself was roughly a ten million dollar addition to the building just on its own holy cow and the acoustics in there are just incredible and how long did that take to get right a long time and a lot of accu stations who came in to pick very specific materials all the wood and the cushioning and the seats and the walls and the curtain everything was picked and designed specifically for acoustics so that when the san antonio symphony comes in and does not use microphones and they just you know can stand on stage in play you're going to hear a crystal clear sound every single time incredible you know the thing that i love about the tobin center is it yes it's it's another outlet in another place to see an amazing show is that it's bringing you guys are bringing shows to san antonio that we would have missed because we maybe we didn't have the right space to see yeah i think more options in san antonio the better is the truth i mean this is a fast growing music scene and or entertainment seen before prior to the tobin being open and you know since the tobin's open multiple venues have really come online anything from the aztec and a paper tiger will come online but prior to that you know the majestic was one of the really the only major road house that was doing shows in town and it wasn't that they weren't getting all the shows is that there's only so many days in a calendar year versus how many shows come through so like san antonio was was missing out on some of those shows just because of sheer availability just because there was no not a whole lot of options in places for them to go so once the tobin in all these other buildings open up all of a sudden there's options for artists and presenters in and more choices for where people can go which allows the music scene and the entertainment seeing.
Classics for Kids Puccini's La Boheme
"I may OMI Lewin welcome to classics for kids. Giacomo Puccini's opera Laba. Whim is about struggling artists in Paris, France. Laba win means the bohemian lifestyle. But Bohai Mia isn't in France. It's in eastern Europe. In the Czech Republic unto Nin version was born in Bohemia and wrote music about the legends connected with bohemian forests. Edrich smitten was also from Bohemia and he included a piece about bohemian forests and meadows in the set of tone poems. He called mave last my fatherland. Smetana's first opera the Brandenburgers in Bohemia also celebrated his native region. People from other countries wrote bohemian music to one of the regional dances that Russian composer Nikolai rimsky-korsakov put into his opera ballet. Lada was bohemians. And when Frenchman Judah Messana wrote an orchestral suite called picturesque scenes. He included a bohemian festival. In French. The word bohemian is also used to refer to the gypsy or Roma people. That's because when the Roma gypsies migrated to France, it was from the general direction of Bohemia. So the French started calling them Boheme bohemians the Roma gypsies are famous all over Europe and beyond for their music, Spanish, composer public at Asante, borrowed some of their melodies. Early. And so did Hungarian composer FRANZ Liszt. And German composer Yohannes Brahms. Put a gypsy style finale onto the end of his first piano quartet. Of course, the most famous gypsy bohemian in music is the title character of George visas opera Carmen. Since room gypsy unions were often poor, highly independent unusual lives. French playwrights, and authors started using the word bohemian to describe poor artists who also led highly independent unusual lives Puccini based his opera level him on a French play called Cendana, beatable, whim, or scenes bohemian life by v meal. She the main characters in level Wim live hand-to-mouth. They never know where their next meal is coming from, but they don't worry too much about it. Cheaney's opera about happy, but poor artists seems familiar to you from the musical rent. It's no coincidence that's because the plot of rent was lifted from LA Boheme next week on classics for kids musical theater that's taken directly from classical music. I'm Naomi Lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim Linter at WG UC Cincinnati. Please join me next time for more classics for kids.
"opera ballet" Discussed on WLOB
"Means to not do it you know like they either marry somebody rich or they become rich themselves and then they stopped doing it now why did they stop doing it because it's absolutely terrible it's not empowering at all sexual harassment was rampant coachella two thousand eighteen okay now the says trigger warning this article contains multiple stories describing sexual assaults i got trigger you guys to this isn't teen vogue the the writer said she interviewed fifty four women at coachella and they all had been sexually harassed so this is where i ask and you can see where my thesis is going here this is kind of like the i'm sorry but you can't find yourself alone in a secluded urban area at night you can't if you're a woman i know you want to but you can't you have to deal with reality even when you're sketching out a ideal world okay so and in this case i say that if you don't want to be sexually rest you can't go to music festivals now i know you want them to be free of young men who sexually assault but they're not going to be so stop writing articles saying that you demand it to be happening because it's not happening instead don't go to music festivals don't go but the thing is she works for a magazine that promotes coachella they need to promote this it's part of their business so there's a lot of people in entertainment they're they're not going to say oh you can't go to these festivals but in reality if you really want to help women you should tell them don't go go to places where there's no groping snow groping at the opera right i don't think japan and get groped at the opera ballet i guess the ballet is probably groping going on on stage at the battle but don't go to coachella so she says this year thanks to an invitation from safe saf listen to this again this is kind of like the clip i played you with the mike pence the lack of clarity on this issue this year thanks to an invitation from safe a sexual health app that lets you show your verified std's status so it's an app that allows you to inflation show your sexual transmitted disease status to someone else presumably i now can you.
"opera ballet" Discussed on 710 WOR
"In that have been proven zero seven ten is the number hey you hear people are up in arms about the metropolitan museum this big story today people are furious about the met it's going to be twenty five dollars now if you're out of state so if you live in new york city a won't apply but if you live anywhere new york state like if you're in buffalo you'll be okay okay but if you live in new jersey right across the river if you're an edge water if you're in a connecticut twenty five dollars ghanem at part museum people are screaming about this this why people are so crazy about twenty five dollars for the most part museum i know it's a lot of money but if it were the new star wars movie in it was twenty five dollars people would pay it not even blink the two movie they're going to think twice about it it is quite drug it's nothing that's just a star wars movie this is a building with the greatest works of art in the history of the world you pay twenty five dollars for star wars but this you're gonna have a heart attack over thousands and thousands of the greatest works in history dial m it's a lot of money but that they and they need to kick the museum going all this great stuff the opera ballet can't survive that meet the business models don't work as regularly operates eight nine thousand dollars a ticket and the still broke anywhere secret.
"opera ballet" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The overall goal of at least cell central is to grow the job opportunities for for students students who would otherwise not be thinking about coming onto college not being able to fulfil the needs uh for their families through higher education not being able to acquire the middle skills jobs that are really sorely needed in the dallas area under the house version of the bill millions fewer americans would be able to write off donations to various charities do you think that with effect they'll send we are concerned about that as well you know there are folks that do support our students in terms of scholarships development supporting our students in different ways if you eliminate that your son see hurting not only the community college arrest essentially hurting all of them nonprofits like united way and others that depend on on these contributions uh to be able to support the endeavours in the projects that they have uh such oh scholarship development for for our students it just seems to me so complement to it that you're trying to grow the economy and then at the same time you're talking from the other side of your mouth and saying we're cutting back all of these off in his dad hurt art students and the potential for students to get a quality education and the nobody fulfiling you'll overall needs of colleges and universities it seems as though um colleges and universities are not in the forefront of any support whether it's from the secretary of education or from the administration in washington jose adamas is president about central college in dallas thanks so much for being with us her ball thank you so much and appreciated hurricane harvey was hard on houston's art and culture community four days of torrential rain nearly ground the city's opera ballet and theatre companies along with a revered mural present here's john bernett reports are drying out and starting over on august twenty eight as engorged buffalo by you crept into houston's theater district perrine leach and dean gladden pulled on slickers and rubber boots and head of downtown for look leach is the managing director of the houston grand opera and gladden heads the alley theater next door their worst fears were confirmed there were dead fish in the street a foul brew of by you water and sewage had surged into the theater district for.
"opera ballet" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Three basketball games college basketball game tonight would do the trick which sudanese savvy lease the first the number one team in the country breathed against the number two you'll love these can early season of view in michigan state 5 o'clock today number one number two all ma and a lubbock at seven o'clock we'll have it on espn fourteen under and then kansas in kentucky at seven thirty so young michigan state five lopo seven seven thirty kansas kentucky just sit there vigilant watson college all right i'm gonna do this now when to give away brazilian in these pairs of tickets phone number call right now four to four twelve thickly the event is tonight at the lindsay 730 it is the la dance project this is big big big deep big time big time new york city paris opera ballet the movie black swan right la dan's project tonight 730 th olympic of a bunch of pairs of tickets to give away you call right now you're pretty much assured you'll get one with founded in 2012 la.
"opera ballet" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Pat pat pat everyone in thank you for tuning in to episode one hundred eighty four of awards chat the hollywood reporter's awards podcast on the host scott feinberg and my guest today is one of the most revered an influential composers of the past century a pioneer of the music style minimalism who was crafted groundbreaking operas ballet symphonies and many film scores including three for which he received oscar nominations couldn't do in the hours in notes on a scandal several for arrow morris documentaries including the thin blue line and most recently one for jane brent morgan's terrific new documentary about the early work of primatology us jane goodall i'm talking about the legendary philip glass but first i sat down at the offices of the hollywood reporter with my colleague ashley collins a staff reporter who leads our coverage of legal matters ashley thank you so much for joining us thanks for having me scott it's been an interesting eleven twelve days or so here we are not getting a lot of sleep any of us and you know just covering this whole earthquake that has rocked the film industry and aftershocks of which are being felt far beyond it and that is of course the the harvey weinstein saga he's been a leading producer and distributor in this business for roughly forty years he was the focus several days ago of articles in the new york times the new yorker that featured many women alleging the it's sexually harassed assaulted or even rape them many others have since come forward with their own stories and virtually all the industry over which he sort of rained has excommunicated an of slammed him i want to ask you about the reason why it might have taken as long as it did to tell this story there are a lot of people that are going around suggesting this was an open secret that's the phrase that people who have been using an open secret in hollywood and you know one of the accusers even had suggested that the entertainment media.
"opera ballet" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Woody allen it was it was the beginning of this that's get at ari loves to the lenny kravitz surrey of her so lenny kravitz was in paris at the opening of the paris opera ballet last week he's living in paris as one does any of that because arts and creativity in the vibes so he's working on a new album but he went to the paris opera ballet and len he was in black leather while other people were in texas as lenny s and within his leather unsolvable member when his password again i love the dare he hid some chocolate first knack bouquet and looking shackling caused mayor kidding me enough tell me your no people are so why because you can't breathe there is the paris opera house is stunning stunning red velvet shares are aimed solely raided fall you can take a tour of it when you go to pairs eggs just really incredible and had other line opera and ballet are the two things were people are very she she absolutely all you tori absolutely minutes after the lights went down in her lemme pulled out a piece of chocolate to nibble on and k maybe these could look blood sugar for moseley requiring signs in the arm gene with a pretty lady but as he unwrapped his candy a tuxedo french vip sitting in front of him turnaround said sh oh this heavens had shows all the time okay then a her stabbing stop eating and lenny kravitz got up out of his seat and said don't tell me what to do and the miffed man yelled back this is for labs let me was then grabbed by a woman nearby and said you don't know who that is about the peeved patron brain linde said i don't care you don't tell me what to do there new learn he took his seat who is that first few minutes and then stormed out fifteen minutes later and listen eating at any shell i remember when my man and my sisters went to new york and we went inside the pillow man um and it was very it was a plane it was really quiet but we we had wrapped we brought candy yeah 'cause we needed some fog yeah people were furious with us really theory us i mean but if you.
"opera ballet" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film
"Well yeah but i don't see it as a shift of interest i just see it as it i think is just as important to show people doing good work at both trying an uh achieving something as it is to show people uh incompetent people doing a poor or damaging or disastrous work uh and i i i am not one of those who thinks the documentary film is going to save the world and i i i'm interested in showing as wide a variety of you in behaviors i can and i do think there are lots of institutions and many people who are devoted to the work uh who do it extremely competent way and uh do a good job and i think that's just as important to show a as it is to show an incompetent sokaiya tra stood the bridgewater were made to the gut follies who resembles peter sellers so doing an imitation of a psychiatrist but i i i don't i don't think i i don't see them it in a exclusive terms because i don't see myself as someone who makes expose movies i mean you couldn't make a movie about the bridgewater prison where i made the fall is in 1966 without showing how horrible it was a meda would have been a cheat ornamental why was a horrible fleiss cimoli i don't think you could make a movie about the university of california in berkeley or of the paris opera ballet without showing how good they are because they're they're they're each in its own way his is a magnificent institution uh and if i had us you the story to show only the warts and the know obviously there warts and all these places uh then i i would have basically he have done no damage to the institution but only made a fool of myself.
"opera ballet" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"There's a mom who is featured in a tv channel late story saying that she feels like she got scammed she went to this she sounded senator operas ballet class a belly net class but belly camp her daughter was going to be in an all week long and she dropped two hundred bucks her three hundred bucks for the week and and and but at the list and what she says 'cause this kind of tabasco the of troubles me i had jobs my daughter off with them body that i don't even now was capable of watching touting well in her defence she said that the the place where she paid for this whole week of the camp also has a new owner so style she's dropped ruffalo even knowing bots let's hear a little bit more so that's kind what happened this she she paid for the analysis of in this new ownership and she doesn't know who this person is and you know though on such issues he then went on to tell my pfister in law you know it was it so easy watching shouting i didn't know it was the thieves found scary doesn't it after looking at the news on google and now and faith that i my stomach just started hurting and that's the problem i have let's play that again after looking at the renews on google and yallop and faith that i my tummy just started hurting do you know what's wrong with that statement what she said there you're supposed to google any yelp and look at reviews where you're going to send your daughter for a week all four you pay for and signed your daughter up to send her somewhere who sense their kid do a camp for week there even check reviews what the heck i mean are we really this desperate to dump our kid out that some camphor week yes says executive producer chris not your head now you're probably joking yasser kind of syria sirchia yeah because my wife tells me and she's to every year she tells me this.