CITY OF LONDON FESTIVAL Britten's 'Curlew River'

Music, Classical and opera

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Britten's 'Curlew River' is performed by Mahogany Opera

Aurora Orchestra chamber ensemble under 
Roger Vignoles, with James Gilchrist (tenor), 
John McMunn (tenor), 
Lukas Jakobski (bass), 
Rodney Earl Clarke (bass), 
Samuel Evans (bass). Directed by Frederic Wake-Walker.

A story told through Noh theatre about an outsider mad woman who wishes to cross a river in East Anglia. For an all-male cast.

Britten's 'Church Parables' are performed at Southwark Cathedral where they were first seen in London under the direction of the composer. These new productions merge East with West: Japanese Noh with Medieval Western iconography ('Curlew River'), Balinese dance drama with stained glass ('The Burning Fiery Furnace') and Middle Eastern Sufism juxtaposed with the work of Rembrandt and Bosch ('The Prodigal Son'). 



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