10 February 2008
Wanna hire a Tristan?
Occationally you see that an opera production is a cooperation. This is cost saving, and gives minor or medium sized opera companies a possibility of sharing a concept of much higher standards than they could produce alone. I suspect we will see more of this, although I am sure the local directors and set designer dislike it.
When surfing the Glyndebourne Festival site, I find information on productions that are available "for hire". They also have supertitles for hire. What about hiring the Nikolaus Lehnhoff production of Tristan und Isolde at Glyndebourne for your next staging of the opera at your local high school?
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