After the Piano Dress rehearsal (Klavier Hauptprobe – KHP) last week, where we ran the piece with original costumes for the time, we had almost a week of Stage & Orchestra (Bühne Orchester – BO) rehearsals, which are on the … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: November 2010
Calgary Opera has put up a behind-the-scenes video with my teacher (and their conductor for Lucia) Robert Dean:
With a about a week and half until the Premiere of our new production of Die Fledermaus we’re about to get stuck into the important final stage of rehearsals (Endproben) where we begin, not only to run the piece through, … Continue reading
From a recent interview with baritone and independent record producer, Mark Stone: How much does it cost to produce a disc? “For a small- scale recital, it’s around 4,000 pounds ($6,280). If you involve a choir and orchestra, then we’re … Continue reading
I’ve moved this list here.
In Madama Butterfly my character is a rich Japanese guy, however my features are what might best be described as un-Japanese, which is where Armin the Maskenbilder (make-up guy) does his magic: Not bad eh?
While Fledermaus has been taking most of time, I’ve also been busy with Madama Butterfly, in which I play Prince Yamadori – it is small (in terms of time on stage) part in Act II. It’s quite strange to have … Continue reading