Special Events

Royal Swedish Opera - Seminar and Discounted Tickets!

We invite you to see the performance of La Bohème on June 14 with a 25 % discount on orchestra seats, and listen to an introduction held by the Head of Dramaturgy. Please buy your tickets here: http://burl.nu/xcuajc

Introduction and talk, Tuesday June 14, 18:00: Working with a new Scandinavian Bohème. Katarina Aronsson, Head of Dramaturgy, introduces tonight’s performance and talks about her work with the director José Cura, adapting the libretto of Puccini’s opera to a new Scandinavian concept. Presentation of the Archives of the Royal Swedish Opera by Helena Iggander, Archivist.

Performance, Tuesday June 14, 19:00: Inspired by Edvard Munch’s colourful paintings, Hans Jaeger’s portrayal of the bohemians of Christiania and August Strindberg’s novel The Red Room, the renowned tenor, director and conductor José Cura illuminates Giacomo Puccini’s masterpiece with a Nordic light, moving La Bohème from Paris to a fictitious Stockholm. The author Rodolfo becomes August Strindberg, the painter Marcello becomes Edvard Munch, the philosopher Colline becomes Sören Kierkegaard, the composer Schaunard becomes Edvard Grieg and the cabaret singer Musetta becomes Tulla Larsen.
Please buy your tickets here:http://burl.nu/xcuajc

Changement à Vue - Past and Future of Baroque Machineryundefined

Tuesday, June 14, 19:00–21:00 at Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts. A workshop and a round table on how history inspires the future and how different points of view give new insights in the past.

  • Anders Larsson (Stockholm University of the Arts) and Chris Van Goethem (Royal Institute for Theatre, Cinema & Sound, Brussels) research Baroque machinery from a contemporary technical point of view.
  • Jerome Maeckelbergh explores the scenographical possibilities showing examples from the Bourla Theatre in Antwerpen.
  • Ture Rangström reflects on his experiences as the user of the Drottningholm machinery.

The round table is followed by a lecture-demo hands on experience with the one to four model developed by the Expertise Center for Technical Theatre of RITCS (EHB) as a collaboration with the research project Changement á Vue at Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts – SADA.

The event will take place at
Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts (SADA)
Valhallavägen 189
Map: https://goo.gl/maps/HUqFYBtuxd32

If you wish to participate in this event, please send an email to iftr2016@iftr.org

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