ORFEO


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ORFEOOptical and Radar Federated Earth Observation
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"Orfeo ed Euridice" by Christoph Willibald Gluck which premiered in Seoul in 2010 and ran until 2015 will return to the stage with a contemporary version whose plot has been revised to a modern day Korea setting.
It was clear Carsen took considerable care to work with each protagonist for the Parisian premiere--in particular, with his Orfeo, countertenor Philippe Jaroussky.
A very smart audience arrived for Gluck's Orfeo ed Euridice , complete with picnic hampers or anticipating a champagne supper in one of the discreet marquees during the long mid-performance interval.
Orfeo ed Euridice, first performed in 1762 in Vienna, represented a new direction for opera, a movement away from the complexity and rigor of opera seria.
And next month the cultural education of Kirkheaton continues with a a sparkling musical concert entitled from Naples to Vienna - an 18th century journey including music by Haydn and extracts from Gluck's Orfeo and Euridice.
The book opens with three critical essays, followed by the masterful verse translations of Poliziano's Orfeo and Tasso's Aminta.