HENKELL FAMILY FUND
PÄSOLD CONSULTING P/L
FESTOOL AUSTRALIA P/L
KANSOM AUSTRALIA P/L
Knut & Toni Feddersen
Hartmut & Ruth Hofmann
Dr Alastair Jackson
Denys & Ingeborg McCullough
Dr Jens & Linde Mohr
Marie Morton FRSA
Lady Primrose Potter AC CMRI
Peter & Anita Bachem
WH John Barr AM
Prof Dino Bressan & Dr Jacqueline Walters Bressan
Dr David & Eveline Charles
Dr George & Kathy Deutsch
Prue Gillies AM
Prof Dr Sabine Hammond
(in memory of Daniel Méra)
Manfred & Ingrid Handel
Peter & Ingrid Hanenberger
Dr Vlad and Radmila Hardi
Jörg & Kerstin Hildebrand
Horst & Maria Kolo
Geoff & Cindy Mann
Hugh Morgan AC
Andrew & Jenny Pike
Herbert & Rita Schwärzler
Dr W & W Uhlenbruch
HV & JA Westwood
Please join us to welcome back our successful 2009 Winner of the
German-Australian Opera Grant and get a sneak preview of
Dr David Kram‘s latest Mini-Ring Cycle production.
Monday, 19 July 2010, 6.30pm
at the Australian Academy of Design
220 Ingles Street, Port Melbourne (1st Floor)
Welcome Back 2009 Winner Christopher Busietta from Germany after his one year engagement at the Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden.
Christopher will entertain you with his latest repertoire and tales from Germany. He will present excerpts of Lortzing, Wagner, Mozart and more.
The best of Wagner’s epic woven together by David Kram to a taut multimedia action with waves of groundbreaking immersive sound. Narrated and sung in English.
Featuring the beginning and the end of the production, with Olivia Cranwell (soprano), Daryl Barclay (tenor), saxophone quartet, bassoon, keyboard and Bent Leather Band.
The German-Australian Opera Grant successfully promotes emerging Australian Opera singers by launching their international career at the State Theater in Wiesbaden, a German A-Grade opera house.
To date 7 outstanding opera singers went to Germany and our 2010 winner is about to leave in June to start her one year employment as a full ensemble member at the State Theatre. Enjoy Chris Busietta‘s (2009 Winner returning to Australia in July) arias from his latest repertoire and hear about his experience in the German opera world.
Wagner conductor and expert Dr David Kram has condensed Wagner’s Ring Cycle into a one-hour production, which will premiere later this year in Victoria.
This special occasion features the beginning and the end of the production with Olivia Cranwell (soprano), Daryl Barclay (tenor), a saxophone quartet, bassoon, keyboard and Bent Leather Band.
More Than Opera Ltd is looking for additional support. Whilst the current grantee is already covered through generous donations we are now attempting to attract donations and sponsoring to finance the grant from June 2018 and further years.
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