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Philip glass in the penal colony
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In the Penal Colony is a chamber opera in one act and 16 scenes composed by Philip Glass to an English-language libretto by Rudy Wurlitzer. The opera is. In the Penal Colony. A chamber opera. 80′. Music by Philip Glass. In the Penal Colony. A Chamber Opera by Philip Glass. Libretto written by Rudolph Wurlitzer based on the tale by Franz Kafka. Catalog; Notes; Cast.
Philip Glass. Publisher: Chester Music. In the Penal Colony (). commissioned by A Contemporary Theatre (ACT) in Seattle, Washington. Work Notes. 11 Feb Based on Kafka's short story, Philip Glass's chamber opera explores the circumstances of a condemned man awaiting execution. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Philip Glass: In the Penal Colony - Michael Rafferty on AllMusic - - Among the.
An opera by Philip Glass Libretto by Rudolph Wurlitzer Based on the original story by Franz Kafka. A distinguished visitor arrives in an unnamed place to witness. Nowhere else but in Philip Glass's chilling and darkly comic two-character opera Adapted from Franz Kafka's dystopian short story, In the Penal Colony is a. Philip Glass's harrowing adaptation of Franz Kafka's short story of the same title returns to Chicago for the first time since the work's premiere at the Court Theatre . 4 Oct A short, unsettling story by Franz Kafka provides both source material and title for In the Penal Colony, Philip Glass's opera presented by. 12 Sep Philip Glass talks to Ivan Hewett about his decision to compose an Fidelio, Welsh National Opera/ In the Penal Colony, Music Theatre Wales.
7 Nov Philip Glass wrings black humor from Kafka for his intimate, oppressive, and pertinent chamber opera “In the Penal Colony,” staged this week. Music Theatre Wales, Michael Rafferty, Philip Glass, Michael Bennett, tenor, Omar Ebrahim, baritone, Miranda Fulleylove, violin, Phillipa Mo, Gustav Clarkson . 12 Nov What composer could be more suited than Philip Glass to write music for an opera based on Franz Kafka's story “In the Penal Colony”? Aren't. In , when I was quite a bit younger, I had a wonderful opportunity to perform and tour as the violist in the World Premier Production of Philip Glass's opera.