Feel like wandering over to Tate Modern via the Southbank, having some hot chocolate or some stronger hot drink? It IS worth the trip to check out what all this fuss is about with most recent exhibition in Turbine Hall.
"The acclaimed Cuban artist and activist, Tania Bruguera, has created a series of subtle interventions in and around Tate Modern. The work’s title is an ever-increasing figure: the number of people who migrated from one country to another last year added to the number of migrant deaths recorded so far this year – to indicate the sheer scale of mass migration and the risks involved." - As described by @Tate
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Eva Kong as Donna Anna, Virgilio Marino as Don Ottavio and Hayley Sugars as Donna Elvira.
photos by Stephanie De Rozario.
Opera Queensland’s Don Giovanni
Conducted by Johannes Fritzsch
Lindy Hume’s darkly delicious production of the Mozart masterpiece has “hit” written all over it. From the stirring opening overture to the amazing finale, with fifty-odd mostly fully naked women pushing Don Giovanni to hell, it gripped, titillated, amused, and at times brought gasps of disbelief from a shell-shocked audience.
There was no watch checking or seat squirming for the first 90 minute act and the second 70 minutes flashed by. The singing, with cast and chorus, without exception was of the highest order in tone and emotion. It was a sheer aural pleasure with that and the marvellous score played by the QSO. The recipe was in the work but the mixing was perfected by the director and her cast.
for the rest of the review checkout absolutetheatre.com.au