Les Arts Florissants – William Christie – Trisha Brown
AtHENS & EPIdaURuS FESTIVAL 2010 | Megaron Mousikis |

Jean Philippe Rameau, Pygmalion

William Christie and Les Arts Florissants are celebrating thirty years of service to the Baroque revival with new productions of  two jewels from Rameau’s exceptional oeuvre: the one-act acte de ballet Pygmalion, and extracts from Hippolyte et Aricie. Co-produced by the Festival d’Aix-en-Provence, Holland Festival, Athens Festival and the Teatro Real (Madrid), the production combines the exploratory spirit of  William Christie and Les Arts Florissants orchestra and chorus with the innovation of American choreographer Trisha Brown and her company to great effect.

Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683-1764)
Hippolyte et Aricie, extracts

Conducted by William Christie
Direction – Choreography – Sets: Trisha Brown

Costumes Design: Elisabeth Cannon
Lighting Design: Jennifer Tipton

Costume Design: Elisabeth Cannon
Lighting Design: Jennifer Tipton

Music Assistant: Jonathan Cohen
Music preparation of soloists: Béatrice Martin
Music preparation of the chorus:  François Bazola
Language Consultant:  Anne Pichard

Assistant Choreographer: Carolyn Lucas
Assistant Director: Sophie Petit
Assistant Lighting Designer: John Torres
Assistant Set Designer: Sandra Goldmark
Rehearsal Director: Diane Madden
Flying dancers directed by Peter Warren
Surtitles Translation: Bouboulina Nikaki

Hippolytus and Aricia
Aricia: Sophie Karthäuser
Cupid, Female Sailor, Huntress, Priestess: Emmanuelle de Negri
Follower of Cupid: Ed Lyon
Phaedra: Karolina Blixt

Cupid: Sophie Karthäuser
Statue: Emmanuelle de Negri
Pygmalion: Ed Lyon
Céphise: Karolina Blixt

Les Arts Florissants orchestra and chorus

With The Trisha Brown Dance Company
Dai Jain; Elena Demyanenko; Leah Morrisson; Tamara Riewe; Todd Stone; Nicholas Strafaccia; Laurel Tentindo; Samuel Von Wentz

In French with Greek surtitles

Creation on June 13, 2010 in Theatre Le Carré AmsterdamProduction: Festival d’Aix-en-ProvenceCo-production: Athens Festival, Holland Festival, Teatro Real (Madrid)In collaboration with Les Arts Florissants and The Trisha Brown Company

source: greek

26 & 28 June 2010, 21:00

Megaron, Τhe Athens Concert Hall, Alexandra Trianti Hall

Vas. Sofias & Kokkali str

nearest metro: megaron mousikis

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