Month: June 2014

REVIEW: The Emperor Of Atlantis (Lost & Found Opera) by Sam Gillies

Lost and Found Opera

Reviewed by Sam Gillies on the 14th June 2014 for Limelight Magazine “Inventive production polishes up a lost 20th century operatic gem” Lost and Found Opera is a unique organisation for Perth: An opera company that has dedicated itself to performing lost and underperformed works in found locations around the city. They are an indication …

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REVIEW: Lost and Found Opera – The Emperor of Atlantis – by Neville Cohn

Lost and Found review

Rare Outing for Altantis Opera Reviewed by Neville Cohn on the 13th June 2014 for the West Australian 3.5 stars Review of Lost and Found Opera’s The Emperor of Atlantis, by Viktor Ullmann Perth Hebrew Congregation Synagogue Despite an environment in which hideous abuse, starvation and death were a constant presence, it is astonishing that …

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REVIEW – WASO – Stravinsky’s Petrushka – by Neville Cohn

WASO stravinsky's petrushka review

Dark Brahms Still Uplifting Reviewed by Neville Cohn on the 3rd June 2014 for the West Australian 3.5 stars Review of the West Australian Symphony Orchestra conducted by Olari Elts and with Barritone Daniel Sumegi ERKKI-SVEN TUUR De Profundis//BRAHMS Four Serious Songs//STRAVINSKY Petrushka Johannes Brahms, that autumnal drear and high priest of gloom, is famous …

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