The Rake’s Progress – Barbara Hannigan, GSO
The premiere and audio-visual recording of the semi-staged production in Gothenburg is the culmination of the documentary project “Taking Risks”.
Barbara Hannigan © www.barbarahannigan.com
“The Rake’s Progress” with the Gothenburg Symphony marks Barbara Hannigan’s debut as an opera conductor and is a special “labor of love” for her since she, who has sung the role of Anne Truelove many times, has hand-picked the entire of soloists in international auditions in Stockholm, Zürich, Paris and London as part of her mentoring program “Equilibrium”. In this unique and refined semi-staged production, director Linus Fellbom invites the audience to a journey in time and space, from a distant future to the present day, and on to 18th century London.
The production of “The Rake’s Progress” also marks the final point of filming for the Accentus Music documentary “Taking Risks – Barbara Hannigan”. The film crew has followed Barbara Hannigan over a period of two years, documenting all the production stages.
Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971)
The Rake’s Progress
Opera in three acts
Barbara Hannigan, conductor
Linus Fellbom, stage direction and stage design
William Morgan, Tom Rakewell
Aphrodite Patoulidou, Anne Truelove
John Taylor Ward, Nick Shadow
Kate Howden, Baba the Turk
Erik Rosenius, Father Truelove
Ziad Nehme, Sellem
Göteborgs Symfonikers Vokalensemble
December 12, 2018
A production of Accentus Music in co-operation with Gothenburg Symphony.
Production Company Accentus Music GmbH
Assoc. Prod. Company Gothenburg Symphony
Composer Igor Stravinsky
Orchestra / Band Gothenburg Symphony
Conductor Barbara Hannigan
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