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The late Mexican composer who died suddenly in was commissioned to do a new work for the company but was too busy to fulfill his contract. The opera was staged by Rebecca Taichman on two platforms in front of an arbor of trees with flowering plants in the distance.
Warbling vocal obbligato wafted from one platform to another, enticing Giovanni to his fate. Baritone Eric Dubin was a sonorous, stoic Dr.
Rappaccini, with a solid upper register. The singers and musicians were miked but the sound design was clear, free of distortion, and unobtrusive.
Goren led his miniature forces with clarity and a surprising richness of instrumental texture. The libretto, by the composer, tells the story of a tortured prisoner whose cell door is left open by a seemingly sympathetic jailer, who convinced him the Flemish rebels are winning.
The prisoner wanders through an underground passage dreaming of liberty but at the last moment is met by the Inquisitor sung by the same singer as the jailerwho condemns him to be burnt at the stake. The final and cruelest torture is false hope. Dallapiccola originally wrote the minute opera for the Italian radio, and it works very well in a concert context.
The vocal writing is declamatory but sits well on the voice, projects the text expressively, and is integrated into the orchestral texture.
I heard a bracing mixture of Prokofiev, Berg, Debussy, and Italian verismo in this score. The serialist and tone techniques are employed for lyrical atmospheric effects.
The orchestral colors range widely over the spectrum from bleak fragmented chords and darkly thundering tuttis to offstage religious chorales in Latin that are both ethereal and oppressive. Alan Gilbert elicited a brilliant palette of orchestral timbres over a huge dynamic spectrum, though he occasionally neglected to tamp down the volume so the singers could be heard.
The Philharmonic played with total dramatic commitment. Gerald Finley, always a committed artist, sang the title character with dramatic authority and many vocal colors.
The repertory was offbeat: The NYCO presentation was ambitious and imaginative but decidedly a partial success. Rossini was writing for the best singers in Europe, but NYCO cast either newcomers or experienced second stringers.
David Salsbery Fry, the cover Moses, sang with a dry tone that was short on both top and bottom —— a comprimario in a star role. Wayne Tigges blustered as the easily manipulated Pharaoh. Tenor Randall Bills sang the treacherous Prince Osiride with a monochromatic, reedy tenor that easily handled the divisions but was better suited to comic opera.
Aldo Caputo sang Aronne in a clear tenor with native Italian style. In her final solo aria, Davies emerged with a bigger, steadier sound launching confident high notes and scales. Director Michael Counts utilized a huge LED screen to project scenery that moved and changed perspective creating a cinematic effect.
The basic idea was good and economical but overused —— the images zoomed in and out distractingly every few minutes. New music director Jayce Ogren conducted a decent to good pick-up orchestra with fine rhythmic attack and control.
A bar was situated stage left with an omnipresent bartender, and umbrella drinks were consumed throughout the show. Marie Lenormand in the title role was winsome and droll but has a mezzo voice of more character and style than beauty.
Philippe Talbot had a touch of the Gallic pop crooner Luis Mariano in his light tenor, which worked perfectly. The audience reacted with a combination of confused alienation and uncertain laughter.Significance of Women in John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath and William Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom.
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On June 17, a beautiful early summer evening, Neal Goren and the Gotham Chamber Opera presented the New York professional stage premiere of Daniel Catán’s Spanish-language adaptation of Nathaniel Hawthorne’s “Rappaccini’s Daughter” — “La hija de Rappaccini.” Gotham continued.
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