|L'Arianna abbandonata e gloriosa|
Event Type: Public Event|
Age Group(s): Adult
Start Time: 8:00 PM
End Time: 10:00 PM
Presenting historically informed Italian baroque performance in a contemplation on grief and its transformational properties.
Featuring Italian keyboard music, two contrasting performances
of Claudio Montevedi’s ‘Lamento d’Arianna’, lavish period
costumes and modern sound design situated historically
by a brief talk titled ‘Grief in Greek Myth: Revisiting the
Daniela Kaleva (Arianna), Corinna Di Niro (Dorilla), Donald
Nicholson (harpsichord), Prof. Han Baltussen (speaker),
Philip Rene van Hout (sound design), Shane Dunn (costume,
hair and makeup), Andrei Gostin (lighting).
Produced by Dr Daniela Kaleva under the auspices of the ARC Centre
of Excellence for the History of Emotions Europe (1110-1800), the Hawke Research Institute, University of South Australia in partnership with the State Library of South Australia.
Location: Mortlock Chamber, Mortlock Building Ground Floor
Registration Ends: 25/11/2014 at 1:00 PM
The performance is part of a research project. It will be filmed and followed by a cocktail in the Treasures Wall area where patrons will be able to meet the artists. Patrons will be invited to respond to two audience surveys about the performance, one immediately after the performance and a longer one within three weeks of the performance. Please note the performance will be filmed.Contact: Steve Burrows
The first 50 bookings will receive a free DVD of ‘Lamento d’Arianna’ with rhetorical gesture performed by South Australian musicians.
Contact Number: 82077626
Presenter: Daniela Kaleva
Status: Payment Required (12)