Glyndebourne’s Imago arrives 4 Mar 2013Posted by Tony Law in Impact of IT, Social issues, Social media.
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Some while ago I posted a note about Glyndebourne’s 2013 Community Opera, Imago. It’s staged this week; tickets are still available for some of the performances – at “ordinary”, not High Season, prices.
Imago is an opera about modern technology. It challenges the boundaries between real and virtual worlds, between age and youth, and between emotion and impudence. It uses serious technology in its visual effects, though not all of it is modern technology! The chorus cast and some of the orchestra are local musicians, not mainstream professionals; many of the name parts are sung by young professionals.
If you’re a techie, not used to opera, in the East Sussex area – come!
View this Glyndebourne video, or find Imago on the Glyndebourne website or on Facebook.